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Volume 20, Number 5—May 2014

Research

Molecular Characterization of Cryptically Circulating Rabies Virus from Ferret Badgers, Taiwan

Hue-Ying Chiou, Chia-Hung Hsieh, Chian-Ren Jeng, Fang-Tse Chan, Hurng-Yi Wang, and Victor Fei PangComments to Author 
Author affiliations: National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China (H.-Y. Chiou, C.-H. Hsieh, C.-R. Jeng, H.-Y. Wang, V.F. Pang); Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Nantou County, Taiwan, Republic of China (F.-T. Chan)

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Figure 1

Collection sites of rabies-positive Taiwan ferret badgers (TWFB), Taiwan. Solid circles marked with 1–3 represent the collection sites of the first 3 rabies-positive animals. Triangles represent the collection sites of other rabies virus (RABV) sequences included in this study. Crosses represent the most diverged lineages of rabies virus from Taiwan ferret badgers (TWFB, TW1614, and TW1955), shown in Figure 5, panel B, Appendix, and the easternmost cross represents the isolate from a shrew, TW19

Figure 1. Collection sites of rabies-positive Taiwan ferret badgers (TWFB), TaiwanSolid circles marked with 1–3 represent the collection sites of the first 3 rabies-positive animalsTriangles represent the collection sites of other rabies virus (RABV) sequences included in this studyCrosses represent the most diverged lineages of rabies virus from Taiwan ferret badgers (TWFB, TW1614, and TW1955), shown in Figure 5, panel B, Appendix, and the easternmost cross represents the isolate from a shrew, TW1955.

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1Joint senior authors who contributed equally to this article.

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