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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

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Chikungunya Outbreaks Caused by African Genotype, India

Prasanna Yergolkar*, Babasaheb Tandale*, Vidya Arankalle*, Padmakar Sathe*, Swati Gandhe*, Mangesh Gokhle*, George Jacob*, Supriya Hundekar*, Akhilesh Mishra*Comments to Author , and Sudeep A.B.
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Virology, Pune, India

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Figure 2

Phylogenic analyses of partial NS4 (456 nt, panel A) and E1 (294 nt, panel B). Refer to Table 1 for the details of the isolates sequenced during this study. Percentage bootstrap support is indicated by the values at each node. The following sequences were obtained from GenBank database: E1, ROSS (AF490259); S27Africa (NC-004162); Tanz53 (AF192905); Africa76 (AF192903); CONGO1 (AY549583); CONGO2 (AY549581); CONGO3 (AY549579); Uganda82 (AF192907); Thai95 (AF192897); Thai96 (AF192900); Thai88 (AF19

Figure 2. Phylogenic analyses of partial NS4 (456 nt, panel A) and E1 (294 nt, panel B). Refer to Table 1 for the details of the isolates sequenced during this study. Percentage bootstrap support is indicated by the values at each node. The following sequences were obtained from GenBank database: E1, ROSS (AF490259); S27Africa (NC-004162); Tanz53 (AF192905); Africa76 (AF192903); CONGO1 (AY549583); CONGO2 (AY549581); CONGO3 (AY549579); Uganda82 (AF192907); Thai95 (AF192897); Thai96 (AF192900); Thai88 (AF192896); Thai62 (AF192908); Thai75 (AF192898); Thai78 (AF192899); Philip85 (AF192895); Indon85 (AF192894); Malay98A (AF394210); Malay98B (AF394211); Seneg83A (AY726732); ONY-UG96 (AF079456); Reuni06 (DQ443544); Seneg83B (AF192892); Niger64 (AF192893); Seneg66 (AF192891); NS1, UK/S27 (AF345888); ROSS (AF490259); S27Africa (NC-004162); Seneg83A (AY726732); ONY-UG96 (AF079456); and Reuni06 (DQ443544). O'nyong-nyong virus (AF079456) was used as an outgroup.

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