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Volume 5, Number 4—August 1999

Dispatch

A Focus of Deer Tick Virus Transmission in the Northcentral United States

Gregory D. Ebel, Ivo Foppa, Andrew Spielman, and Sam R. TelfordComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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Figure 1

Phylogenetic relationships among tickborne flaviviruses based on a 376-bp fragment of the ns5 gene. Distance analysis omitting third position nucleotides. Branch numbers are bootstrap confidence estimates on the basis of 500 replicates. GenBank accession numbers in parentheses. LI = Louping Ill; TBE-West = Western subtype tickborne encephalitis (Central European encephalitis); POW = Powassan virus; DTV = deer tick virus.

Figure 1. Phylogenetic relationships among tickborne flaviviruses based on a 376-bp fragment of the ns5 gene. Distance analysis omitting third position nucleotides. Branch numbers are bootstrap confidence estimates on the basis of 500 replicates. GenBank accession numbers in parentheses. LI = Louping Ill; TBE-West = Western subtype tickborne encephalitis (Central European encephalitis); POW = Powassan virus; DTV = deer tick virus.

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