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Fig. 5 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 5

From: Long-term retrospective observation reveals stabilities and variations of hantavirus infection in Hebei, China

Fig. 5

Phylogenetic analysis of partial M segments of hantaviruses circulating in Hebei province. a Phylogenetic tree of 36 SEOV identified from Hebei and other typical SEOV from different sub-genotypes (S1-S7, *S7 was considered as a result of natural reassortment between HTNV and SEOV [9]), based on partial M nucleotides sequences (1934–2353 bp, total 420 bp). A strain of HTNV was used to root the tree. Sequences marked with triangle (▲) were all extracted from GenBank. b Three sites of mutation in amino acids sequences identified in 5 of 36 SEOV. The strain isolated from Qinhuangdao city, Hebei province in 1993 was used as a reference

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