Zhi Lu, Xin-Jun Lu, Shi-Hong Fu, Song Zhang, Zhao-Xia Li, Xin-Hua Yao, Yu-Ping Feng, Amy J. Lambert, Da-Xin Ni, Feng-Tian Wang, Su-Xiang Tong, Roger S. Nasci, Yun Feng, Qiang Dong, You-Gang Zhai, Xiao-Yan Gao, Huan-Yu Wang, Qing Tang, and Guo-Dong Liang
Author affiliations: Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (Z. Lu, X.-J. Lu, S.-H. Fu, D.-X. Ni, F.T. Wang, Y. Feng, Y.-G. Zhai, X.-Y. Gao, H.-Y. Wang, Q. Tang, G.-D. Liang); Xinjiang Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Xinjiang, People’s Republic of China (S. Zhang, S.-X. Tong, Q. Dong); Kashi Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Xinjiang (Z.-X. Li); Jiashi County Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Xinjiang (X.-H. Yao); Maigaiti County Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Xinjiang (Y.-P. Feng); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (A.J. Lambert, R.S. Nasci)
Figure 2. Phylogenetic analysis of Tahyna virus (TAHV) XJ0625 from China based on the complete nucleotide sequence of the small segment (A) and the medium segment (B). Distances and groupings were determined by the p-distance algorithm and neighbor-joining method with MEGA version 3.1 software (www.megasoftware.net). Bootstrap values are indicated and correspond to 1,000 replications. The tree was rooted by using Bunyamwera virus as the outgroup virus. Scale bars indicate a genetic distance of 0.05-nt substitutions per position.
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