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Not-so-novel Michigan rabbit calicivirus.

Abrantes J, Esteves PJ - Emerging Infect. Dis. (2010)

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Evolutionary relationships of Lagovirus strains. The evolutionary history was inferred by using the neighbor-joining method (3) with the pairwise deletion option. The tree is drawn to scale. There were a total of 563 positions (97% of the capsid viral protein [60 aa sequence]). Phylogenetic analyses were conducted in MEGA 4 (4). Reliability of the tree was assessed by bootstrap with 1,000 replicates and is indicated in the nodes (only relevant values are shown). Several genetic distance methods were used, and similar results were obtained, but only p-distance is shown. GenBank accession numbers of the sequences used are indicated. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site. RDHV, rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus; RCV, rabbit calicivirus; EBHSV, European brown hare syndrome virus.
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F-1-1: Evolutionary relationships of Lagovirus strains. The evolutionary history was inferred by using the neighbor-joining method (3) with the pairwise deletion option. The tree is drawn to scale. There were a total of 563 positions (97% of the capsid viral protein [60 aa sequence]). Phylogenetic analyses were conducted in MEGA 4 (4). Reliability of the tree was assessed by bootstrap with 1,000 replicates and is indicated in the nodes (only relevant values are shown). Several genetic distance methods were used, and similar results were obtained, but only p-distance is shown. GenBank accession numbers of the sequences used are indicated. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site. RDHV, rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus; RCV, rabbit calicivirus; EBHSV, European brown hare syndrome virus.

Mentions: Using the same dataset as Bergin et al. and including these sequences, we performed genetic analyses focusing mainly on the capsid VP60. The lack of information for open reading frame 1 for the nonpathogenic strains led to this option. Independently of the sequences’ length, RCV-A1 was more closely related to the Lagovirus spp. European brown hare syndrome virus, here used as an outgroup, and clearly apart from a highly supported primary group that was further subdivided into 2 also highly supported subgroups, 1 composed of pathogenic rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus strains and another encompassing the RCV-like group (RCV, Ashington and Lambay [2], and MRCV). Here, only the phylogenetic tree that corresponds to the more complete VP60 sequences is shown (Figure).


Not-so-novel Michigan rabbit calicivirus.

Abrantes J, Esteves PJ - Emerging Infect. Dis. (2010)

Evolutionary relationships of Lagovirus strains. The evolutionary history was inferred by using the neighbor-joining method (3) with the pairwise deletion option. The tree is drawn to scale. There were a total of 563 positions (97% of the capsid viral protein [60 aa sequence]). Phylogenetic analyses were conducted in MEGA 4 (4). Reliability of the tree was assessed by bootstrap with 1,000 replicates and is indicated in the nodes (only relevant values are shown). Several genetic distance methods were used, and similar results were obtained, but only p-distance is shown. GenBank accession numbers of the sequences used are indicated. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site. RDHV, rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus; RCV, rabbit calicivirus; EBHSV, European brown hare syndrome virus.
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F-1-1: Evolutionary relationships of Lagovirus strains. The evolutionary history was inferred by using the neighbor-joining method (3) with the pairwise deletion option. The tree is drawn to scale. There were a total of 563 positions (97% of the capsid viral protein [60 aa sequence]). Phylogenetic analyses were conducted in MEGA 4 (4). Reliability of the tree was assessed by bootstrap with 1,000 replicates and is indicated in the nodes (only relevant values are shown). Several genetic distance methods were used, and similar results were obtained, but only p-distance is shown. GenBank accession numbers of the sequences used are indicated. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site. RDHV, rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus; RCV, rabbit calicivirus; EBHSV, European brown hare syndrome virus.
Mentions: Using the same dataset as Bergin et al. and including these sequences, we performed genetic analyses focusing mainly on the capsid VP60. The lack of information for open reading frame 1 for the nonpathogenic strains led to this option. Independently of the sequences’ length, RCV-A1 was more closely related to the Lagovirus spp. European brown hare syndrome virus, here used as an outgroup, and clearly apart from a highly supported primary group that was further subdivided into 2 also highly supported subgroups, 1 composed of pathogenic rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus strains and another encompassing the RCV-like group (RCV, Ashington and Lambay [2], and MRCV). Here, only the phylogenetic tree that corresponds to the more complete VP60 sequences is shown (Figure).

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