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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

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Imported Case of Poliomyelitis, Melbourne, Australia, 2007

Andrew J. StewardsonComments to Author , Jason A. Roberts, Carolyn L. Beckett, Hayden T. Prime, Poh-Sien Loh, Bruce R. Thorley, and John R. Daffy
Author affiliations: Eastern Health, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (A.J. Stewardson, C.L. Beckett, P.-S. Loh, J.R. Daffy); Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, Melbourne (J.A. Roberts, B.R. Thorley); MIA Victoria, Melbourne (H.T. Prime)

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VP1 phylogenetic tree constructed by using cognate sequence available in the public domain was created by using the PHYLIP DNA maximum-likelihood algorithm with 100 bootstrap replicates. Marker represents relative phylogenetic distance. AFG, Afghanistan; AUS, Australia; BAN, Bangladesh; CHN, China; GRE, Greece; IND, India; IRA, Iran; NEP, Nepal; PAK, Pakistan; SYR, Syria; TAJ, Tajikistan; UZB, Uzbekistan. Scale bar represents number of nucleotide substitutions per site.

Figure 2. VP1 phylogenetic tree constructed by using cognate sequence available in the public domain was created by using the PHYLIP DNA maximum-likelihood algorithm with 100 bootstrap replicates. Marker represents relative phylogenetic distance. AFG, Afghanistan; AUS, Australia; BAN, Bangladesh; CHN, China; GRE, Greece; IND, India; IRA, Iran; NEP, Nepal; PAK, Pakistan; SYR, Syria; TAJ, Tajikistan; UZB, Uzbekistan. Scale bar represents number of nucleotide substitutions per site.

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