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Volume 17, Number 9—September 2011

Letter

Novel Mycobacterium Species in Seahorses with Tail Rot

José Luis BalcázarComments to Author , Miquel Planas, and José Pintado
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, Vigo, Spain (J.L. Balcázar, M. Planas, J. Pintado); Catalan Institute for Water Research, Girona, Spain (J.L. Balcázar)

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Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree constructed from 16S rRNA gene sequences, showing the position of strain BFLP-6T (in boldface) among other Mycobacterium species. Numbers at node indicate bootstrap values (expressed as percentages of 1,000 replications); only values >50% are given. Mycobacterium leprae TN was used as an outgroup. Scale bar indicates 0.01 substitutions per nucleotide position. GenBank accession numbers are in parentheses.

Figure. Neighbor-joining phylogenetic tree constructed from 16S rRNA gene sequences, showing the position of strain BFLP-6T (in boldface) among other Mycobacterium species. Numbers at node indicate bootstrap values (expressed as percentages of 1,000 replications); only values >50% are given. Mycobacterium leprae TN was used as an outgroup. Scale bar indicates 0.01 substitutions per nucleotide position. GenBank accession numbers are in parentheses.

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