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Volume 18, Number 12—December 2012

Research

Borrelia, Rickettsia, and Ehrlichia Species in Bat Ticks, France, 2010

Cristina Socolovschi, Tahar Kernif, Didier Raoult, and Philippe ParolaComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Unité de Recherche en Maladies Infectieuses et Tropicales Emergentes, Marseille, France (C. Socolovschi, T. Kernif, D. Raoult); World Health Organization Collaborative Center for Rickettsial Diseases and Other Arthropod-Borne Bacterial Diseases, Marseille (P. Parola)

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Figure 6

Phylogenetic tree drawn from an alignment of the 1206-bp 16S rRNA gene specific to Borrelia spp. by using the minimum evolution method. Bootstrap values are indicated at the nodes. Scale bar indicate the degree of divergence represented by a given length of branch. Boldface indicates the position of Borrelia sp. AvBat in the phylogenetic tree.

Figure 6. . . Phylogenetic tree drawn from an alignment of the 1206-bp 16S rRNA gene specific to Borrelia spp. by using the minimum evolution method. Bootstrap values are indicated at the nodes. Scale bar indicate the degree of divergence represented by a given length of branch. Boldface indicates the position of Borrelia sp. AvBat in the phylogenetic tree.

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