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Volume 15, Number 12—December 2009

Research

Novel Calicivirus Identified in Rabbits, Michigan, USA

Ingrid L. BerginComments to Author , Annabel G. Wise, Steven R. Bolin, Thomas P. Mullaney, Matti Kiupel, and Roger K. Maes
Author affiliations: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA (I.L. Bergin); Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan, USA (A.G. Wise, S.R. Bolin, T.P. Mullaney, M. Kiupel, R.K. Maes)

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Figure 8

Dendrogram constructed for comparison of capsid (VP60) amino acid sequences. The geographically and numerically named species are strains of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus. MRCV, Michigan rabbit calicivirus; RCV, rabbit calicivirus.

Figure 8. Dendrogram constructed for comparison of capsid (VP60) amino acid sequences. The geographically and numerically named species are strains of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus. MRCV, Michigan rabbit calicivirus; RCV, rabbit calicivirus.

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