Published in AIDS Weekly, October 3rd, 2011
"Swiss non-B sequences and sequences collected abroad were pooled to construct maximum likelihood trees, which were analyzed for Swiss-specific subepidemics, (subtrees including >= 80% Swiss sequences, bootstrap > 70%; macroscale analysis) or evidence for domestic transmission (sequence pairs with genetic distance < 1.5%, bootstrap >= 98%; microscale analysis)," wrote Wyl V....
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