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Volume 14, Number 9—September 2008

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Host Range and Genetic Diversity of Arenaviruses in Rodents, United Kingdom

Kim R. Blasdell, Stuart D. Becker, Jane Hurst, Mike Begon, and Malcolm BennettComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK;

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Unrooted neighbor-joining tree using the p-distance model (1,000 replicates) for a section of the glycoprotein precursor gene gene, showing bootstrap values of >60 for all sequences identified in this study (283 bp) and indicating site of origin. Captive colony, MF 2004, and BHF 2005 as in Table 1. MF* is from Apodemus sylvaticus, and all other sequences are from Mus musculus. Scale bar indicates number of substitutions per site.

Figure. Unrooted neighbor-joining tree using the p-distance model (1,000 replicates) for a section of the glycoprotein precursor gene gene, showing bootstrap values of >60 for all sequences identified in this study (283 bp) and indicating site of origin. Captive colony, MF 2004, and BHF 2005 as in Table 1. MF* is from Apodemus sylvaticus, and all other sequences are from Mus musculus. Scale bar indicates number of substitutions per site.

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