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Volume 17, Number 11—November 2011

Dispatch

Hepatitis E Virus in Rabbits, Virginia, USA

Caitlin M. Cossaboom, Laura Córdoba, Barbara A. Dryman, and Xiang-Jin MengComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA

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Phylogenetic tree for the 765-bp sequence of open reading frame 2 of the capsid gene of rabbit hepatitis E virus (HEV) isolate USRab-14 from the United States, 2 rabbit HEV isolates (GDC9 and GDC46) from China, representative genotype 1–4 HEV strains, avian HEV, rat HEV, and novel wild boar HEV. GenBank accession numbers are shown for each HEV strain used in the phylogenetic analysis.

Figure. Phylogenetic tree for the 765-bp sequence of open reading frame 2 of the capsid gene of rabbit hepatitis E virus (HEV) isolate USRab-14 from the United States, 2 rabbit HEV isolates (GDC9 and GDC46) from China, representative genotype 1–4 HEV strains, avian HEV, rat HEV, and novel wild boar HEV. GenBank accession numbers are shown for each HEV strain used in the phylogenetic analysis.

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