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Volume 23, Number 10—October 2017

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Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Caused by Maripa Virus in French Guiana, 2008–2016

Séverine MatheusComments to Author , Hatem Kallel, Claire Mayence, Laetitia Bremand, Stéphanie Houcke, Dominique Rousset, Vincent Lacoste, Benoit de Thoisy, Didier Hommel, and Anne Lavergne
Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur de la Guyane, Cayenne, French Guiana (S. Matheus, L. Bremand, D. Rousset, V. Lacoste, B. de Thoisy, A. Lavergne); Centre Hospitalier de Cayenne, Cayenne (H. Kallel, C. Mayence, S. Houcke, D. Hommel)

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Phylogenetic tree based on the 1,308-bp fragment of the small (S) segment of 58 hantaviruses, including the 5 Maripa hantavirus isolates identified in French Guiana, 2008–2016 (gray shading). Tree was constructed by using the general time-reversible plus gamma distribution plus invariable site model of nucleotide evolution. GenBank accession numbers of viruses are indicated. Support for nodes was provided by the posterior probabilities of the corresponding clades. All resolved nodes have posteri

Figure. Phylogenetic tree based on the 1,308-bp fragment of the small (S) segment of 58 hantaviruses, including the 5 Maripa hantavirus isolates identified in French Guiana, 2008–2016 (gray shading). Tree was constructed by using the general time-reversible plus gamma distribution plus invariable site model of nucleotide evolution. GenBank accession numbers of viruses are indicated. Support for nodes was provided by the posterior probabilities of the corresponding clades. All resolved nodes have posterior probability >0.7. Scale bar indicates mean number of nucleotide substitutions per site.

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