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Volume 16, Number 12—December 2010

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Hantaviruses and Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Maranhão, Brazil

Elizabeth S. Travassos da Rosa, Elba R. Sampaio de Lemos, Daniele B. de Almeida Medeiros, Darlene B. Simith, Armando de Souza Pereira, Mauro R. Elkhoury, Wellington S. Mendes1, José R.B. Vidigal, Renata C. de Oliveira, Paulo S. D’Andrea, Cibele R. Bonvícino, Ana C.R. Cruz, Márcio R.T. Nunes, and Pedro F.C. VasconcelosComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Evandro Chagas Institute, Ananindeua, Brazil (E.S. Travassos da Rosa, D.B. de Almeida Medeiros, D.B. Simith, A. de Souza Pereira, A.C.R. Cruz, M.R.T. Nunes, P.F. da Costa Vasconcelos); Oswaldo Cruz Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (E.R. Sampaio de Lemos, R.C. de Oliveira, P.S. D’Andrea); Pan American Health Organization, Brasília, Brazil (M.R. Elkhoury); Federal University of Maranhão, São Luís, Brazil (W.S. Mendes); State Health Secretariat, São Luís (J.R.B. Vidigal); National Institute of Cancer, Rio de Janeiro (C.R. Bonvicino); Pará State University, Belém, Brazil (A.C.R. Cruz, P.F. da Costa Vasconcelos)

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Phylogenetic analysis of partial small RNA segments of hantaviruses, Maranhão, Brazil, by using maximum-likelihood and Bayesian methods. Bayesian and bootstrap values (in parentheses) are shown over each main tree node. Values in brackets indicate mean divergence between groups. Arrows indicate exact position of these 2 values. Scale bar indicates nucleotide sequence divergence. BMJV, Bermejo virus; NEMV, Neembuco virus; LECV, Lechiguanas virus; ANDV, Andes virus; ORNV, Oran virus; CASV, Castelo

Figure 2. Phylogenetic analysis of partial small RNA segments of hantaviruses, Maranhão, Brazil, by using maximum-likelihood and Bayesian methods. Bayesian and bootstrap values (in parentheses) are shown over each main tree node. Values in brackets indicate mean divergence between groups. Arrows indicate exact position of these 2 values. Scale bar indicates nucleotide sequence divergence. BMJV, Bermejo virus; NEMV, Neembuco virus; LECV, Lechiguanas virus; ANDV, Andes virus; ORNV, Oran virus; CASV, Castelo dos Sonhos virus; JUQV, Juquitiba-Araucaria virus; ARAV, Araraquara virus; PRNV, Pergamino; SNV, Sin Nombre virus; NYV, New York virus; LSCV, Limestone Canyon virus; RIOSV, Rio Segundo virus; ECMV, El Moro Canyon virus; CHOV, Choclo virus; CANOV, Cano Delgadito virus; MULV, Muleshoe virus; BCCV, Black Creek Canal virus; BAYV, Bayou virus; ANAJV, Anajatuba virus; RIOMV, Rio Mamoré virus; RIMEV, Rio Mearim virus; APV, Alto Paraguay virus; LNV, Laguna Negra virus; HTNV, Hantaan virus; SEOV, Seoul virus; TULV, Tula virus; PPUV, Puumala virus.

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