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Volume 19, Number 12—December 2013

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Hepatitis E Virus Variant in Farmed Mink, Denmark

Jesper S. KrogComments to Author , Solvej Ø. Breum, Trine H. Jensen, and Lars E. Larsen
Author affiliations: Technical University of Denmark, Frederiksberg, Denmark (J.S. Krog, S.Ø. Breum, L.E. Larsen); Aalborg University/Aalborg Zoo, Aalborg, Denmark (T.H. Jensen)

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Phylogenetic tree showing the relationship between the novel mink hepatitis E virus (HEV), other HEV variants, and the 4 known HEV genotypes based on 261 bp of the RdRp gene. The CLC Main Workbench software (CLC bio, Aarhus, Denmark) was used for the phylogenetic analysis. Alignments were made by using MUSCLE algorithm (www.drive5.com/muscle/) and phylogenetic tree was made by using distance-based method with the neighbor-joining algorithm and bootstrap value of 1,000. Phylogenetic analysis with

Figure. . Phylogenetic tree showing the relationship between the novel mink hepatitis E virus (HEV), other HEV variants, and the 4 known HEV genotypes based on 261 bp of the RdRp gene. The CLC Main Workbench software (CLC bio, Aarhus, Denmark) was used for the phylogenetic analysis. Alignments were made by using MUSCLE algorithm (www.drive5.com/muscle/) and phylogenetic tree was made by using distance-based method with the neighbor-joining algorithm and bootstrap value of 1,000. Phylogenetic analysis with other methods showed similar results. [Q: Scale bar indicates what?]

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