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Volume 19, Number 2—February 2013

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Usutu Virus, Italy, 1996

Herbert WeissenböckComments to Author , Tamás Bakonyi, Giacomo Rossi, Paolo Mani, and Norbert Nowotny
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria (H. Weissenböck, T. Bakonyi, N. Nowotny); Szent István University, Budapest, Hungary (T. Bakonyi); University of Camerino, Matelica, Italy (G. Rossi); University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy (P. Mani); Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman (N. Nowotny)

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Genetic relationships of partial nonstructural protein 5 nucleotide sequences of Usutu virus, Italy, 1996. Sequences are indicated by codes containing GenBank accession number, country of origin, and year of sample collection. Virus reported in this study is indicated in boldface. Bootstrap values >500 (50%) are displayed. Scale bar indicates genetic distance.

Figure 2. . Genetic relationships of partial nonstructural protein 5 nucleotide sequences of Usutu virus, Italy, 1996. Sequences are indicated by codes containing GenBank accession number, country of origin, and year of sample collection. Virus reported in this study is indicated in boldface. Bootstrap values >500 (50%) are displayed. Scale bar indicates genetic distance.

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