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Volume 19, Number 7—July 2013

Letter

Tick-borne Encephalitis Virus, Zealand, Denmark, 2011

Anders FomsgaardComments to Author , Mette E. Fertner, Sandra Essbauer, Alex Y. Nielsen, Stefan Frey, Pontus Lindblom, Per-Eric Lindgren, Rene Bødker, Manfred Weidmann, and Gerhard Dobler
Author affiliations: University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark (A. Fomsgaard); Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen, Denmark (A. Fomsgaard, M.E. Fertner, A.Y. Nielsen); Institut für Mikrobiologie der Bundeswehr, Munich, Germany (S. Essbauer, S. Frey, G. Dobler); Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden (P. Lindblom, P.-E. Lindgren); Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen (R. Bødker); Abteilung Virologie, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany (M. Weidmann)

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A) Tick collection areas in Denmark. Red indicates ticks sampled from animals; blue indicates flagging. B) Neighbor-joining phylogenetic analysis of a 1,488-nt set of 78 tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV)–Eur E gene sequences including reference strains Neudoerfl (Austria) and Hypr 71 (South Moravia) performed in ClustalW with a 1,000 bootstrap approach (LASERGENE, MEGALIGN, DENDROSCOPE) outgrouped to Louping ill virus (data not shown). Sequence designations of central European strains as in (

Figure. . . A) Tick collection areas in Denmark. Red indicates ticks sampled from animals; blue indicates flagging. B) Neighbor-joining phylogenetic analysis of a 1,488-nt set of 78 tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV)–Eur E gene sequences including reference strains Neudoerfl (Austria) and Hypr 71 (South Moravia) performed in ClustalW with a 1,000 bootstrap approach (LASERGENE, MEGALIGN, DENDROSCOPE) outgrouped to Louping ill virus (data not shown). Sequence designations of central European strains as in (8). Dark gray indicates Denmark Bornholm clade; light gray indicates Swedish-Norwegian clade. For simplicity, some subtrees were collapsed; these are designated with region and number of sequences in the collapsed subtree in brackets.

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