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Volume 20, Number 6—June 2014

Dispatch

Gastroenteritis Outbreaks Caused by a DS-1–like G1P[8] Rotavirus Strain, Japan, 2012–2013

Seiji P. YamamotoComments to Author , Atsushi Kaida, Hideyuki Kubo, and Nobuhiro Iritani
Author affiliations: Osaka City Institute of Public Health and Environmental Sciences, Osaka, Japan

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Maximum-likelihood phylograms of the viral protein (VP) 7 (877 bp) (A), VP4 (656 bp) (B), and VP6 (1,132 bp) (C) regions of rotavirus A strains detected during outbreaks in Osaka City, Japan, 2009–2013. The strain names are associated with outbreak numbers listed in Table 1. Boldface font indicates G1-P[8]-I2 strains. On the basis of Akaike information criteria, with a correction for finite sample sizes, general time reversible plus gamma (+G) plus invariable sites (+I), Tamura 3-parameter +G, a

Figure. Maximum-likelihood phylograms of the viral protein (VP) 7 (877 bp) (A), VP4 (656 bp) (B), and VP6 (1,132 bp) (C) regions of rotavirus A strains detected during outbreaks in Osaka City, Japan, 2009–2013The strain names are associated with outbreak numbers listed in Table 1Boldface font indicates G1-P[8]-I2 strainsOn the basis of Akaike information criteria, with a correction for finite sample sizes, general time reversible plus gamma (+G) plus invariable sites (+I), Tamura 3-parameter +G, and Tamura 3-parameter +G +I models were used for genes VP7, VP4, and VP6, respectivelyNumbers at nodes indicate the bootstrap support values, given as a percentage of 1,000 replicates (values <90 are omitted)Scale bars indicate genetic distances.

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