Naturally Acquired Human Plasmodium knowlesi Infection, Singapore
Lee Ching Ng§ , Eng Eong Ooi†, Cheng Chuan Lee*, Piao Jarrod Lee‡, Oon Tek Ng* , Sze Wong Pei§, Tian Ming Tu‡, Jin Phang Loh†, and Yee Sin Leo*
Author affiliations: *Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore; †DSO National Laboratories, Singapore; ‡Singapore Armed Forces Headquarters Medical Corps, Singapore; §Environmental Health Institute, Singapore;
Figure 2. Phylogenetic trees comparing our case sample (denoted as SingPk1) with other Plasmodium species, based on SSU rRNA (A) and csp (B) sequences. Species and sequences used were selected to match those previously reported (5). Figures on the branches are bootstrap percentages based on 1,000 replicates, and only those above 80% are shown. GenBank accession numbers are in parentheses.
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