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Volume 20, Number 12—December 2014
Dispatch

Gouleako and Herbert Viruses in Pigs, Republic of Korea, 2013

Hee Chun Chung, Van Giap Nguyen, Dane Goede, Chang Hoon Park, A. Reum Kim, Hyoung Joon Moon, Seong Jun Park, Hye Kwon Kim, and Bong Kyun ParkComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea (H.C. Chung, C.H. Park, A.R. Kim, B.K. Park); Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Hanoi, Vietnam (V.G. Nguyen); University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (D. Goede); Green Cross Veterinary Products, Yongin, Republic of Korea (H.J. Moon); Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Daejeon, Republic of Korea (S.J. Park); National Forensic Service, Chilgok, Republic of Korea (S.J. Park); Institute for Basic Science, Daejeon (H.K. Kim)

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Figure 2

Phylogenetic analyses of Gouleako virus (GOLV) and Herbert virus (HEBV) collected from swine in the Republic of Korea, 2013 (KJ830623–J830626, in boldface) and other family Bunyaviridae viruses. The bootstrap consensus trees were constructed by using the maximum-likelihood method based on the general time-reversible model, implemented in MEGA version 6.06 (http://www.megasoftware.net). The phylogenetic trees for GOLV (A) and HEBV (B) were inferred on the basis of nucleotide sequences of the gene

Figure 2. Phylogenetic analyses of Gouleako virus (GOLV) and Herbert virus (HEBV) collected from swine in the Republic of Korea, 2013 (KJ830623–J830626, in boldface), and other family Bunyaviridae viruses. The bootstrap consensus trees were constructed by using the maximum-likelihood method based on the general time-reversible model, implemented in MEGA version 6.06 (http://www.megasoftware.net). The phylogenetic trees for GOLV (A) and HEBV (B) were inferred on the basis of nucleotide sequences of the gene encoding nucleocapsid protein (GOLV) or RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (HEBV). The bootstrap values are shown next to the branches. Bunyaviridae virus sequences from previous studies (9,10) were used as reference sequences.

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