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Nucleic acid sequence analysis was used to determine the phylogenetic relationships amongst rabies viruses isolated from typical canid hosts such as bat-eared fox, jackal and dog in South Africa (SA). Geographical factors were taken into account in the selection of isolates and three different regions within the genomes of the isolates were compared for their use as phylogenetic indicators. The three genome regions, being the cytoplasmic domain of the G-gene, the G-L intergenic pseudogene andpmid:7777315 fatcat:2gcif2rh65cbjpg2qvaxrus75q