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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 2

Phylogenetic analysis of nucleotide sequence of (A) VP1, (B) VP2, (C), VP3, (D) VP4, (E) VP6 and (F) VP7 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 vaccine strain is indicated by a filled diamond. Bootstrap values above 70%, estimated with 2,000 pseudoreplicate datasets, are indicated at each node. Only the genotype in which the strains under invest

Figure 2. . . Phylogenetic analysis of nucleotide sequence of (A) VP1, (B) VP2, (C), VP3, (D) VP4, (E) VP6 and (F) VP7 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 vaccine strain is indicated by a filled diamond. Bootstrap values above 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 and one prototype from another genotype has been added as 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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