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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

Letter

Avian Influenza Virus (H5N1) in Human, Laos

Pilaipan PuthavathanaComments to Author , Kantima Sangsiriwut, Achareeya Korkusol, Phisanu Pooruk, Prasert Auewarakul, Chakrarat Pittayawanganon, Derek Sutdan, Rungrueng Kitphati, Pathom Sawanpanyalert, Bounlay Phommasack, Khanthong Bounlu, and Kumnuan Ungchusak
Author affiliations: Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand (P. Puthavathana, K. Sangsiriwut, A. Korkusol, P. Pooruk, P. Auewarakul); Ministry of Public Health, Nonthaburi, Thailand (C. Pittayawanganon, D. Sutdan, R. Kitphati, P. Sawanpanyalert, K. Ungchusak); Ministry of Health, Vientiane, Laos (B. Phommasack, K. Bounlu)

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Appendix Figure

Phylogenetic analysis of avian influenza viruses (H5N1). A) hemagglutinin genes and B) polymerase A genes. Pseudosampling = 1,000. Known genotype V viruses are indicated in red, and genotype Z viruses are indicated in blue. Numbers on the right in braces indicate clades and subclades. Scale bars indicate genetic distances between sequences of different taxa. HK, Hong Kong.

Appendix Figure. Phylogenetic analysis of avian influenza viruses (H5N1). A) hemagglutinin genes and B) polymerase A genes. Pseudosampling = 1,000. Known genotype V viruses are indicated in red, and genotype Z viruses are indicated in blue. Numbers on the right in braces indicate clades and subclades. Scale bars indicate genetic distances between sequences of different taxa. HK, Hong Kong.

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