, Xavier Bailly, Agnès Leblond, Sophie Pradier1
, and Gwenaël Vourc’h
Figure. . Phylogenetic networks of Anaplasma phagocytophilum based on msp4 (A) and ankA (B) genes and built with SplitsTree4 (version 4.11.3; http://splitstree.org/) by the Neighbor-Net method. The sequences of the genotype described in Camargue, France, is framed. Sequences found in the 2 networks are in boldface: A. phagocytophilum amplified from ticks collected in Combrailles, Auvergne region, France (JX197116–JX197126 and JX197265–JX197270), a human isolate (strain Webster, EU857674 and GU236811]), an American roe deer isolate (strain CRT, JX197261 and JX197113), and an American horse isolate (strain MRK, AY530196 and AF153716). Scale bars indicate number of nucleotide substitutions per site.