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Volume 14, Number 5—May 2008

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Morbillivirus and Pilot Whale Deaths, Mediterranean Sea

Antonio Fernández*Comments to Author , Fernando Esperón†, Pedro Herraéz*, Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros*, Cristina Clavel‡, Antonio Bernabé‡, J. Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaino§, Philippe Verborgh¶, Renaud DeStephanis¶, Francisco Toledano#, and Alejandro Bayón‡
Author affiliations: *University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain; †National Institute for Crop and Food Research, Madrid, Spain; ‡University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain; §University Complutense-Madrid, Madrid, Spain; ¶CIRCE (Conservation, Information, Research, Cetaceans) Andalusia, Spain; #PROMAR (Recovery Program for Marine Animals), Almería, Spain;

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Neighbor-joining phylogram of 6 selected sequences from marine mammal morbilliviruses and Rinderpest virus. The name of the sequence indicates the GenBank accession number, virus species, and the country of the isolate. DMV, dolphin morbillivirus; PWMV, pilot whale morbillivirus; PDV, phocine distemper virus. The scale bar indicates the p-distance of the branches.

Figure 2. Neighbor-joining phylogram of 6 selected sequences from marine mammal morbilliviruses and Rinderpest virus. The name of the sequence indicates the GenBank accession number, virus species, and the country of the isolate. DMV, dolphin morbillivirus; PWMV, pilot whale morbillivirus; PDV, phocine distemper virus. The scale bar indicates the p-distance of the branches.

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