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Volume 19, Number 4—April 2013

Letter

Novel Serotype of Bluetongue Virus, Western North America

N. James MaclachlanComments to Author , William C. Wilson, Beate M. Crossley, Christie E. Mayo, Dane C. Jasperson, Richard E. Breitmeyer, and Annette M. Whiteford
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of California, Davis, California, USA (N.J. Maclachlan, B.M. Crossley, C.E. Mayo, R.E. Breitmeyer); US Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Research Service, Manhattan, Kansas, USA (W.C. Wilson, D.C. Jasperson); California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento, California, USA (A.M. Whiteford)

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Cladogram comparing the L2 genes of different bluetongue virus (BTV) serotypes and global strains of BTV serotype 2 (BTV-2) with that of a virus isolated in northern California, USA (2-California-2010; GenBank accession nos. JQ822248–JQ822257). Viruses are identified by serotype, country/region of origin, and for isolates of BTV serotype 2, year of identification. Bootstrap percentages are indicated at selected branching points. EHDV1, epizootic hemorrhagic disease of deer virus serotype 1.

Figure. . . Cladogram comparing the L2 genes of different bluetongue virus (BTV) serotypes and global strains of BTV serotype 2 (BTV-2) with that of a virus isolated in northern California, USA (2-California-2010; GenBank accession nos. JQ822248–JQ822257). Viruses are identified by serotype, country/region of origin, and for isolates of BTV serotype 2, year of identification. Bootstrap percentages are indicated at selected branching points. EHDV1, epizootic hemorrhagic disease of deer virus serotype 1.

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