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Volume 17, Number 12—December 2011

Research

Enterovirus Co-infections and Onychomadesis after Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease, Spain, 2008

Maria A. BrachoComments to Author , Fernando González-Candelas, Ana Valero, Juan Córdoba, and Antonio Salazar
Author affiliations: Centro Superior de Investigación en Salud Pública, Valencia, Spain (M.A. Bracho); Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red en Epidemiología y Salud Pública, Barcelona, Spain (M.A. Bracho, F. González-Candelas); Universitat de València, Valencia (F. González-Candelas); University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (A. Valero); Hospital Universitario La Fe, Valencia (J. Córdoba); Centre Salut Pública de València, Valencia (A. Salazar)

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Figure 2

Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic reconstructions for coxsackievirus A10 based on partial viral protein 1 sequences. A) 5′ partial coding region (89 sequences, 246 nt); B) 3′ partial coding region (87 sequences, 397 nt). Bootstrap values >75% are shown. Scale bars indicate number of substitutions per nucleotide position. Multiple strains from the same country sharing the same node were collapsed and shown as triangles with shape proportional to branch distances and number of sequences.

Figure 2. Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic reconstructions for coxsackievirus A10 based on partial viral protein 1 sequences. A) 5′ partial coding region (89 sequences, 246 nt); B) 3′ partial coding region (87 sequences, 397 nt). Bootstrap values >75% are shown. Scale bars indicate number of substitutions per nucleotide position. Multiple strains from the same country sharing the same node were collapsed and shown as triangles with shape proportional to branch distances and number of sequences.

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