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Volume 9, Number 8—August 2003

Research

Molecular Analysis of Echovirus 13 Isolates and Aseptic Meningitis, Spain

Ana Avellón*Comments to Author , Inmaculada Casas*, Gloria Trallero*, Carmen Pérez†, Antonio Tenorio*, and Gustavo Palacios‡
Author affiliations: *Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain; †Doctor Negrín Hospital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Island; ‡Columbia University, New York, New York, USA

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Figure 4

Phylogenetic tree of the 5′ VP1 extreme showing the relationship between the Spanish isolates and others. The sequences included are the 14 Spanish echovirus 13 selected isolates as well as the German (n=12), Italian (n=1), Swedish (n=1), and Japanese (n=2) ones. Phylogenetic tree reconstructed with the maximum-likelihood method, 50 Jumble. Gray sequences correspond to the 2001 isolates.

Figure 4. Phylogenetic tree of the 5′ VP1 extreme showing the relationship between the Spanish isolates and others. The sequences included are the 14 Spanish echovirus 13 selected isolates as well as the German (n=12), Italian (n=1), Swedish (n=1), and Japanese (n=2) ones. Phylogenetic tree reconstructed with the maximum-likelihood method, 50 Jumble. Gray sequences correspond to the 2001 isolates.

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