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Volume 10, Number 5—May 2004

Research

Causative Agent of Pogosta Disease Isolated from Blood and Skin Lesions

Satu Kurkela*†Comments to Author , Tytti Manni*, Antti Vaheri*†, and Olli Vapalahti*†‡
Author affiliations: *Haartman Institute, Helsinki, Finland; †HULAB, Helsinki, Finland; ‡University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

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Figure 1

Sindbis virus isolates around the world. Each dot represents either one strain (isolated from insect or vertebrate) or several strains isolated from specific Diptera genus (e.g., Culex or Aedes) at the same time and place. The strains included in the phylogenetic analyses are indicated with arrows. The enlarged map presents the new Sindbis virus isolates introduced in this study.

Figure 1. Sindbis virus isolates around the world. Each dot represents either one strain (isolated from insect or vertebrate) or several strains isolated from specific Diptera genus (e.g., Culex or Aedes) at the same time and place. The strains included in the phylogenetic analyses are indicated with arrows. The enlarged map presents the new Sindbis virus isolates introduced in this study.

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