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Volume 16, Number 11—November 2010

Letter

Enteric Viruses in Ready-to-Eat Packaged Leafy Greens

Kirsten MattisonComments to Author , Jennifer Harlow, Vanessa Morton, Angela Cook, Frank Pollari, Sabah Bidawid, Jeffrey M. Farber, and Jeffrey M. Farber
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (K. Mattison, J. Harlow, V. Morton, S. Bidawid, J.M. Farber); University of Ottawa, Ottawa (K. Mattison, V. Morton, J.M. Farber); Public Health Agency of Canada, Guelph, Ontario, Canada (A. Cook, F. Pollari)

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Phylogenetic analysis of the partial capsid sequence from genogroup I (A) and genogroup II (B) norovirus strains detected on leafy greens samples, Ontario, Canada, 2009, compared with the ViroNet Canada reference set for this region. Dates in parentheses are the date when testing was performed. Bootstrap scores were assigned as a percentage of 2,000 replicates.

Figure. Phylogenetic analysis of the partial capsid sequence from genogroup I (A) and genogroup II (B) norovirus strains detected on leafy greens samples, Ontario, Canada, 2009, compared with the ViroNet Canada reference set for this region. Dates in parentheses are the date when testing was performed. Bootstrap scores were assigned as a percentage of 2,000 replicates.

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