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Volume 16, Number 2—February 2010

Research

Human Hendra Virus Encephalitis Associated with Equine Outbreak, Australia, 2008

Elliott G. PlayfordComments to Author , Brad McCall, Greg Smith, Vicki Slinko, George Allen, Ina Smith, Frederick Moore, Carmel Taylor, Yu-Hsin Kung, and Hume E. Field
Author affiliations: Pathology Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (E.G. Playford); University of Queensland, Brisbane (E.G. Playford, B. McCall); Forensic and Scientific Services, Brisbane (G. Smith, I. Smith, F. Moore, C. Taylor); Brisbane South Public Health, Brisbane (B. McCall, V. Slinko); Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane (E.G. Playford, G. Allen); Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Brisbane (Y.-H. Kung, H. Field)

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Figure 2

Phylogram showing relationships between Hendra virus isolates, Australia, 2008, based on medium gene sequence. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.

Figure 2. Phylogram showing relationships between Hendra virus isolates, Australia, 2008, based on medium gene sequence. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.

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