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Volume 19, Number 11—November 2013

Dispatch

Evidence of Vaccine-related Reassortment of Rotavirus, Brazil, 2008–2010

Tatiana Lundgren RoseComments to Author , Marcelle Figueira Marques da Silva1, Mariela Martinéz Goméz1, Hugo Reis Resque, Maria Yury Travassos Ichihara, Eduardo de Mello Volotão, and José Paulo Gagliardi Leite
Author affiliations: Oswaldo Cruz Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (T.L. Rose, M.F.M. Silva, M.M. Gomez, H.R. Resque, E. M. Volotão, J.P.G. Leite); Federal University of Bahia, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (M.Y.T. Ichihara)

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Figure 1

Phylogenetic analysis of nucleotide sequence of A) nonstructural protein 1 [NSP1], B) NSP2, C), NSP3, D) NSP4, and E) NSP5 encoding genes of G1P[8] RVA samples collected in Brazil and described in this study. Filled circles indicate samples from non-vaccinated children and filled triangles vaccinated children. The Rotarix strain is indicated by a filled diamond. Bootstrap values >70%, estimated with 2,000 pseudoreplicate datasets, are indicated at each node. Only the genotype in which the str

Figure 1. . . Phylogenetic analysis of nucleotide sequence of A) nonstructural protein 1 [NSP1], B) NSP2, C), NSP3, D) NSP4, and E) NSP5 encoding genes of G1P[8] RVA samples collected in Brazil and described in this study. Filled circles indicate samples from non-vaccinated children and filled triangles vaccinated children. The Rotarix strain is indicated by a filled diamond. Bootstrap values >70%, estimated with 2,000 pseudoreplicate datasets, are indicated at each node. Only the genotype in which the strains under investigation cluster is shown completely; 1 prototype from another genotype has been added as an outgroup. Scale bars represent 0.5 substitutions per nucleotide site.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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