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Volume 18, Number 8—August 2012

Research

Hepatitis E Virus Genotype 3 in Wild Rats, United States

Justin B. LackComments to Author , Kylie Volk, and Ronald A. Van Den Bussche
Author affiliations: Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA

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Genetic network showing the relationship among all hepatitis E virus genotype 3 sequences obtained in this study from isolates from wild rats collected in the United States. Each line represents a single mutational event and closed circles represent extinct or unsampled sequences. Each oval represents a single isolate, and the label corresponds to the tissue number shown in the Technical Appendix and the general sampling locality.

Figure. . . . Genetic network showing the relationship among all hepatitis E virus genotype 3 sequences obtained in this study from isolates from wild rats collected in the United States. Each line represents a single mutational event and closed circles represent extinct or unsampled sequences. Each oval represents a single isolate, and the label corresponds to the tissue number shown in the Technical Appendix and the general sampling locality.

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