Rabies in Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus), Ceará, Brazil
Silvana R. Favoretto*, Cecilia C. de Mattos† , Nelio B. Morais‡, Francisco A. Alves Araújo§, and Carlos A. de Mattos†
Author affiliations: *Instituto Pasteur São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil;; †Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA;; ‡Secretaría Estadual de Saúde do Ceará, Brazil;; §Ministerio da Saúde, Brasilia, Brazil
Figure 3. Neighbor-joining tree of the comparison of the Ceará samples with isolates obtained from domestic and wild animals from the Americas. Bootstrap values obtained from 100 resamplings of the data using distance matrix methods are shown at the corresponding nodes. Only bootstrap values >50% are shown at branching points. Bar in left corner indicates 0.1 nucleotide substitutions per site. Significance of letter designations at the nodes are discussed in the text. 1: North America; 2: south central USA; 3: South America; 4: unknown reservoir; 5: north central USA.
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