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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Dispatch

Reemergence of Endemic Chikungunya, Malaysia

Sazaly AbuBakar*Comments to Author , I-Ching Sam*, Pooi-Fong Wong*, Poh-Sim Hooi*, Nuruliza Roslan*, and NorAziyah MatRahim
Author affiliations: *University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia;

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Phylogenetic relationships of chikungunya virus isolates from the Malaysia 2006 outbreak. The neighbor-joining tree was constructed using nucleic acid sequences of the envelope glycoprotein E1 gene, with O’nyong nyong virus (GenBank accession no. NC_001512) as the outgroup virus. * indicates isolates from the Malaysia 2006 outbreak; † indicates Australia SM287. Bootstrap values are shown as percentages derived from 1,000 samplings. The scale reflects the number of nucleotide substitutions per si

Figure. Phylogenetic relationships of chikungunya virus isolates from the Malaysia 2006 outbreak. The neighbor-joining tree was constructed using nucleic acid sequences of the envelope glycoprotein E1 gene, with O’nyong nyong virus (GenBank accession no. NC_001512) as the outgroup virus. * indicates isolates from the Malaysia 2006 outbreak; † indicates Australia SM287. Bootstrap values are shown as percentages derived from 1,000 samplings. The scale reflects the number of nucleotide substitutions per site along the branches.

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