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First cases of European bat lyssavirus type 1 in Iberian serotine bats: Implications for the molecular epidemiology of bat rabies in Europe

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Iberian EBLV-1b midpoint rooted bayesian phylogenetic reconstruction based on 1,809 bp sequences of the concatenated fragments of nucleoprotein, phosphoprotein and glycoprotein-polymerase’s intergenic region.

Tree nodes show posterior probability (black) and Maximum-Parsimony (red), Neighbor-Joining (blue) and Maximum-Likelihood (green) bootstrap support values. Two Iberian EBLV-1a sequences (2011_Riglos, 201539226_HU) have been included as outgroup. Color code of the diamonds associated to the main groups is the same than in Fig 1A. Two Iberian EBLV-1a sequences (2011_Riglos, 201539226_HU) are included as outgroup. The sequence 69R00_SE, marked with a black dot within the north-east-E. serotinus group, was obtained from an E. isabellinus from the south-west (see text).

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