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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 9

Dendrogram constructed for comparison of open reading frame 1 polypeptide genomic sequence minus the capsid sequence. The geographically and numerically named species are strains of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus. MRCV, Michigan rabbit calicivirus; EBHSV, European brown hare syndrome virus.

Figure 9. Dendrogram constructed for comparison of open reading frame 1 polypeptide genomic sequence minus the capsid sequence. The geographically and numerically named species are strains of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus. MRCV, Michigan rabbit calicivirus; EBHSV, European brown hare syndrome virus.

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