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From: Rare Shewanella spp. associated with pulmonary and bloodstream infections of cancer patients, China: a case report

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Phylogenetic tree constructed by the neighbour-joining method based on the nucleotide sequences of the 16S rRNA gene. The phylogenetic tree was constructed from an alignment of 1427 nt and all known type strains of the Shewanella species were included. Numbers at nodes indicated bootstrap values (percentage of 1000 replicates). Bar, 10 substitutions per nucleotide position. Bold font indicated the strains from case I and II. GenBank accession numbers of 16S rRNA gene sequences were in brackets. The black triangle consisted of fifty-four Shewanella species. Species names and GenBank accession numbers of 16S rRNA gene sequences were listed in Additional file 1: Table S1

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