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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

Dispatch

Enterovirus 71 Outbreak, Brunei

Sazaly AbuBakarComments to Author , I-Ching Sam, Jaliha Yusof, Meng Keang Lim, Suzana Misbah, Poh-Sim Hooi, and NorAziyah MatRahim
Author affiliations: University Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (S. AbuBakar, I-C. Sam, S. Misbah, N. MatRahim, P.-S. Hooi); Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Hospital, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (J. Yusof, M.K. Lim)

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Phylogenetic relationships of enterovirus 71 partial viral protein (VP1) gene sequences. The prototype coxsackievirus A16 (CoxA16-G10) was used as the outgroup virus. The phylogenetic tree shown was constructed by using the neighbor-joining method. Bootstrap values (>95%) are shown as percentages derived from 1,000 samplings at the nodes of the tree. Scale bar denotes number of nucleotide substitutions per site along the branches. Isolates from this study are indicated by * (Brunei) and † (Pe

Figure. Phylogenetic relationships of enterovirus 71 partial viral protein (VP1) gene sequences. The prototype coxsackievirus A16 (CoxA16-G10) was used as the outgroup virus. The phylogenetic tree shown was constructed by using the neighbor-joining method. Bootstrap values (>95%) are shown as percentages derived from 1,000 samplings at the nodes of the tree. Scale bar denotes number of nucleotide substitutions per site along the branches. Isolates from this study are indicated by * (Brunei) and † (Peninsular Malaysia).

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