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Volume 15, Number 9—September 2009

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Role of Rhinovirus C in Apparently Life-Threatening Events in Infants, Spain

Cristina CalvoComments to Author , M. Luz García, Francisco Pozo, Noelia Reyes, Pilar Pérez-Breña, and Inmaculada Casas
Author affiliations: Hospital Severo Ochoa, Leganés, Madrid, Spain (C. Calvo, M.L. García); National Center for Microbiology, Institute of Health Carlos III, Madrid (F. Pozo, N. Reyes, P. Pérez-Breña, I. Casas).

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Phylogenetic analysis of 5′ noncoding region and viral protein (VP) 4/2 coding region of 9 human rhinoviruses (HRVs) identified in infants with apparently life-threatening events in Spain, November 2004–December 2008. Phylogeny of nucleotide sequences (≈492 bp) was reconstructed with neighbor-joining analysis by applying a Jukes-Cantor model; scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site. Included for reference are sequences belonging to the novel genotype reported previously (QPM and 02

Figure. Phylogenetic analysis of 5′ noncoding region and viral protein (VP) 4/2 coding region of 9 human rhinoviruses (HRVs) identified in infants with apparently life-threatening events in Spain, November 2004–December 2008. Phylogeny of nucleotide sequences (≈492 bp) was reconstructed with neighbor-joining analysis by applying a Jukes-Cantor model; scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site. Included for reference are sequences belonging to the novel genotype reported previously (QPM and 024, 025, 026 [11]) and all HRV-A and -B serotypes available in GenBank. Significant bootstrapping is indicated.

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