Canine Distemper Outbreak in Rhesus Monkeys, China
Wei Qiu1, Ying Zheng1, Shoufeng Zhang1, Quanshui Fan1, Hua Liu, Fuqiang Zhang, Wei Wang, Guoyang Liao, and Rongliang Hu
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Chengdu Military Region, Kunming, People’s Republic of China (W. Qiu, Y. Zheng, Q. Fan, H. Liu, F. Zhang, W. Wang, G. Liao); The Veterinary Research Institute of Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Changchun, People’s Republic of China (S. Zhang, R. Hu)
Figure 2. Phylogenetic analysis of the canine distemper virus by comparison of the genome or gene of the monkey isolate with other canine distemper virus isolates. A) Full genome. B) H gene. FX, fox; CN, People’s Republic of China; RD, raccoon dog; DG, dog; TW, Taiwan; MKY, monkey; CNKM, Kunming, People’s Republic of China; CNBJ, Beijing, People’s Republic of China; JP, Japan; DM, Denmark; PDN, Lynx pardinus; SP, Spain; FT, ferret; US, United States; GM, Germany; BG, badger; LP, lesser panda; MK, mink; RC, raccoon; LPD, leopard; NL, the Netherlands. Scale bars indicate phylogenetic distance between isolates.
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