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Volume 18, Number 9—September 2012

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Rickettsia raoultii–like Bacteria in Dermacentor spp. Ticks, Tibet, China

Yuefeng Wang, Zhijie Liu, Jifei Yang, Ze Chen, Jianzhi Liu, Youquan Li, Jianxun Luo, and Hong YinComments to Author 
Author affiliations: SKLVEB, Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute, Lanzhou, Gansu, China (Y. Wang, Z. Liu, J. Yang, Z. Chen, Y. Li, J. Luo, H. Yin); and Tibet Livestock Research Institute, Lhasa, Tibet, China (J. Liu)

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Unrooted phylogenetic trees inferred from comparison of A) outer membrane protein A (ompA) and B) ompB gene sequences of rickettsial species by using the neighbor-joining method. Sequences in boldface were obtained during this study. Numbers at nodes are the proportion of 100 bootstrap resamplings that support the topology shown.

Figure. . . Unrooted phylogenetic trees inferred from comparison of A) outer membrane protein A (ompA) and B) ompB gene sequences of rickettsial species by using the neighbor-joining method. Sequences in boldface were obtained during this study. Numbers at nodes are the proportion of 100 bootstrap resamplings that support the topology shown.

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