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Volume 12, Number 2—February 2006

Research

Nipah Virus-associated Encephalitis Outbreak, Siliguri, India

Mandeep S. Chadha*, James A. Comer†, Luis Lowe†, Paul A. Rota†Comments to Author , Pierre E. Rollin†, William J. Bellini†, Thomas G. Ksiazek†, and Akhilesh C. Mishra*
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Virology, Pune, India; †Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Figure 4

A) Comparison of partial M-gene nucleotide sequences of Siliguri specimens to Nipah virus isolates from Bangladesh (Bangladesh-1:AY988601, Bangladesh-2:unpublished) and Malaysia (AF212302). Letters indicate positions that differ from the reference sequence on the top line, Nipah-Malaysia. Dots indicate nucleotide identity. B) Phylogenetic tree based on the sequence alignment shown in panel A.

Figure 4. A) Comparison of partial M-gene nucleotide sequences of Siliguri specimens to Nipah virus isolates from Bangladesh (Bangladesh-1:AY988601, Bangladesh-2:unpublished) and Malaysia (AF212302). Letters indicate positions that differ from the reference sequence on the top line, Nipah-Malaysia. Dots indicate nucleotide identity. B) Phylogenetic tree based on the sequence alignment shown in panel A.

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