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Fig. 5 | BMC Veterinary Research

Fig. 5

From: New insight into dolphin morbillivirus phylogeny and epidemiology in the northeast Atlantic: opportunistic study in cetaceans stranded along the Portuguese and Galician coasts

Fig. 5

Phylogenetic tree for the P gene nucleotidic sequences. Phylogenetic tree generated with the aligned sequences for the P gene, inferred by Bayesian methods. Sequences for the outgroup taxa were retrieved from NCBI for Pilot Whale Morbillivirus (PWMV [accession numbers FJ842380 and AF200817]); Porpoise Morbillivirus (PMV [accession number FJ650727]); Phocine Distemper Virus (PDV [accession number KC802221]); Canine Distemper Virus (CDV [accession number AY649446]) and Measles Virus (MV [accession number NC001498]). Two recently described sequences of CeMV (JX195718 and KF711855) were also included, along with: one isolate of DMV from 2002 collected in the Canary Islands (KJ139451), one collected in Taiwan in 2001 (AF333347), five sequences from 2007 collected in Spain and Germany (EF451565, HQ829972, HQ829973, EU039963, KJ139452), one sequence from the 90’s (AJ608288), one from 2005 (KF695110) and one from 2011 collected in the Mediterranean (JN210891). Sequences obtained for the P gene of Portuguese and Galician isolates were also included for animals Sc/290/2014 (KT878659), Sc/11/2013 (KT878656), Sc/31/2009 (KT878660), Dd/191/2013 (KP836003), Sc/55/2012 (KP835987), Sc/51/2012 (KT878661), Dd/302/2012 (KP835999), Sc/21/2007 (KT878657), Sc/221/2012 (KT878658), Sc/257/2011 (KP835983), Sc/53/2012 (KP835991), and Sc/15/2007 (KP835995)

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