Avian Influenza Virus A (H5N1), Detected through Routine Surveillance, in Child, Bangladesh
W. Abdullah Brooks , A.S.M. Alamgir, Rebecca Sultana, M. Saiful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Alicia M. Fry, Bo Shu, Stephen Lindstrom, Kamrun Nahar, Doli Goswami, M. Sabbir Haider, Sharifun Nahar, Ebonee Butler, Kathy Hancock, Ruben O. Donis, Charles T. Davis, Rashid Uz Zaman, Stephen P. Luby, Timothy M. Uyeki, and Mahmudur Rahman
Author affiliations: International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh (W.A. Brooks, R. Sultana, M.S. Islan, Mustafizur Rahman, K. Nahar, D. Goswami, S. Nahar, R.U. Zaman, S.P. Luby); Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (W.A. Brooks); Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research, Dhaka (A.S.M. Alamgir, S. Haider, Mahmudur Rahman); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A.M. Fry, B. Shu, S. Lindstrom, E. Butler, K. Hancock, R.O. Donis, C.T. Davis, S.P. Luby, T.M. Uyeki)
Figure. Phylogenetic tree of virus hemagglutinin sequences generated by neighbor-joining analysis. Bootstrap values at each node represent 1,000 replicates. Scale bar represents 0.005 nt substitutions. The virus found in the child, A/Bangladesh/207095/2008, is indicated in boldface.
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