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Huberti to agricultural fields and forest edges. The question of the taxonomic identity of the host of this disease, affecting 300,000-500,000 individuals annually, might have been satisfactorily resolved had the specimens upon which the MONATH et al. (1974) report is based been properly archived. P. Monath, personal communication) indicated that they were identified by Setzer (fourth author of the Monath et al. article), then transferred to Colorado State University for histological analyses (DEMARTINI et al.
1985), there does not appear to be any human disease caused by this virus. 30 J. Salazar-Bravo et al. The problems associated with the taxonomy of Praomys are as monumental as those described in the foregoing section on Mastomys; MUSSER and CARLETON (1993: p 642) summarize the situation as follows: "Not only do the contents of Praomys require careful systematic revision, but its phylogenetic relationships relative to Mastomys, Myomys, and Hylomyscus also needs resolution through revisionary studies".
Sequences were aligned along with those of reference viruses in CLUSTAL W (THOMPSON et al. 1994) and the output adjusted manually where necessary to use gap positions found in alignments of corresponding translation products. 1; STRIMMER and VON HAESELER 1996) and the tree drawn with TREEVIEW (PAGE 1996). Support values (%) for internal branches are indicated. Lassa virus isolates originating in Sierra Leone or Liberia are enclosed in a box. Of the Lassa virus strains sequenced in this study, SA, PA, and PBI (EMOND et al.