Laurence Bichaud1, Khalil Dachraoui1, Géraldine Piorkowski, Ifhem Chelbi, Gregory Moureau, Saifedine Cherni, Xavier De Lamballerie, Sonia Sakhria, Rémi N. Charrel2 , and Elyes Zhioua2
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Aix-Marseille University (AMU, IRD, EHESP), Marseille, France (L. Bichaud, G. Piorkowski, G. Moureau, X. De Lamballerie, R.N. Charrel); IHU Méditerranée Infection, Marseille (L. Bichaud, X. De Lamballerie, R.N. Charrel); Institut Pasteur, Tunis, Tunisia (K. Dachraoui, I. Chelbi, S. Cherni, S. Sakhria, E. Zhioua)
Figure. . Phylogenetic analysis of 3 segments of Toscana virus (TOSV) isolates from pools of sandflies collected in Tunisia and homologous sequences of other selected phleboviruses. A) Large segments; B) medium segments; C) small segments. Sequences are identified by virus name or acronym, strain name, and GenBank accession number. Scale bars indicate nucleotide substitutions per site. TEHV, Tehran virus; SFNV, sandfly fever Naples virus; PNQV, Punique virus; RVFV, Rift Valley fever virus; ARBV, Arbia virus; CHIOS, phlebovirus Chios-A; CFUV, Corfou virus; SFSV, sandfly fever Sicilian virus; UUKV, Uukuniemi virus.
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