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Volume 16, Number 10—October 2010

Dispatch

Klassevirus Infection in Children, South Korea

Tae-Hee Han, Cheol-Hwan Kim, Ju-Young ChungComments to Author , Sang-Hun Park, and Eung-Soo Hwang
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Inje University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea (T.-H. Han, J.-Y. Chung); Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul (C.-H. Kim); Seoul Metropolitan Government Research Institute of Public Health and Environment, Seoul (S.-H. Park); Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul (E.-S. Hwang)

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Figure A1

Phylogenetic analysis of the A) partial viral protein (VP) 0/VP1 (852 bp), B) 3D (668 bp), and C) 2C (345 bp) gene sequences of klassevirus-1 strains. The klassevirus-1 strains isolated in this study are indicated in boldface. The tree was constructed by using the neighbor-joining method with Kimura 2-parameter estimation. The bootstrap values from 1,000 replicates are present on each branch. The nucleotide sequences identified in this study have been deposited in GenBank under accession nos. HM

Figure A1. Phylogenetic analysis of the A) partial viral protein (VP) 0/VP1 (852 bp), B) 3D (668 bp), and C) 2C (345 bp) gene sequences of klassevirus-1 strains. The klassevirus-1 strains isolated in this study are indicated in boldface. The tree was constructed by using the neighbor-joining method with Kimura 2-parameter estimation. The bootstrap values from 1,000 replicates are present on each branch. The nucleotide sequences identified in this study have been deposited in GenBank under accession nos. HM38122–HM038147 (3D gene), HM038148–HM038170 (VP0/VP1 gene), and HM038171–HM038196 (2C gene). AU, Australia; KR, Korea; SP, Spain; US, United States.

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