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Volume 16, Number 9—September 2010

Research

Legionellosis Outbreak Associated with Asphalt Paving Machine, Spain, 2009

Mireia CoscolláComments to Author , José Fenollar, Isabel Escribano, and Fernando González-Candelas
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Universidad de Valencia/Instituto Cavanilles de Biodiversidad y Biología Evolutiva, Valencia, Spain (M. Coscollá, F. González-Candelas); Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red en Epidemiología y Salud Pública, Barcelona, Spain (M. Coscollá, F. González-Candelas); Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland (M. Coscollá); Centro Salud Pública, Alcoi, Spain (J. Fenollar); Hospital Virgen de los Llirios, Alcoi (I. Escribano)

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Figure 4

Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree obtained from the concatenated alignment of 7 Legionella pneumophila genome loci obtained from clinical (C) and environmental (E) samples during outbreak of legionellosis in Alcoi, Spain, 2009. Isolates with identical sequence types (Table 1, Table 2) are represented as 1 isolate. Parentheses enclose the number of samples showing each sequence type. Reference sequences for Philadelphia, Paris, and Corby strains are included. Nodes supported by bootstrap value

Figure 4. Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree obtained from the concatenated alignment of 7 Legionella pneumophila genome loci obtained from clinical (C) and environmental (E) samples during outbreak of legionellosis in Alcoi, Spain, 2009. Isolates with identical sequence types (Table 1, Table 2) are represented as 1 isolate. Parentheses enclose the number of samples showing each sequence type. Reference sequences for Philadelphia, Paris, and Corby strains are included. Nodes supported by bootstrap values >70% are indicated. Scale bar indicates 0.002 nucleotide substitutions/position in the sequence.

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