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Volume 15, Number 7—July 2009

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Intergenogroup Recombinant Sapovirus in Japan, 2007–2008

Wisoot Chanit, Aksara Thongprachum, Pattara Khamrin, Shoko Okitsu, Masashi Mizuguchi, and Hiroshi UshijimaComments to Author 
Author affiliations: The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan (W. Chanit, A. Thongprachum, M. Mizuguchi, H. Ushijima); Aino University, Tokyo (P. Khamrin, H. Ushijima); Aino College, Tokyo (S. Okitsu)

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Figure 2

Phylogenetic analysis of the polymerase region (A) and the capsid region (B), showing the different genogroups (GI–GV). The sapovirus (SaV) isolates detected in the study are highlighted in boldface. The scale indicates nucleotide substitutions per position. The numbers in the branches indicate the bootstrap values. GenBank accession numbers of reference strains are as follows: C12 (AY603425), Mc10 (AY237420), Kushiro5 (AB455793), Mc2 (AY237419), Bristol (AJ249939), Dresden (AY694184), NK24 (AY6

Figure 2. Phylogenetic analysis of the polymerase region (A) and the capsid region (B), showing the different genogroups (GI–GV). The sapovirus (SaV) isolates detected in the study are highlighted in boldface. The scale indicates nucleotide substitutions per position. The numbers in the branches indicate the bootstrap values. GenBank accession numbers of reference strains are as follows: C12 (AY603425), Mc10 (AY237420), Kushiro5 (AB455793), Mc2 (AY237419), Bristol (AJ249939), Dresden (AY694184), NK24 (AY646856), Ehime1107 (DQ058829), Yak2 (AB046353), and Yokohama/16/2007/JP (AB305049).

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