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Volume 16, Number 11—November 2010

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Isolation of Ancestral Sylvatic Dengue Virus Type 1, Malaysia

Boon-Teong Teoh, Sing-Sin Sam, Juraina Abd-Jamil, and Sazaly AbuBakarComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Maximum clade credibility tree of complete envelope genes of dengue virus type 1 (DENV-1) isolates. Horizontal branches are drawn to a scale of estimated year of divergence. Coalescent times with 95% highest posterior density values (ranges in parentheses) and posterior probability values (all 1.0) of key nodes are shown. Patient convalescent-phase serum samples used for neutralization assays from which virus was isolated are indicated at the end of branches according to their virus groups. Box

Figure. Maximum clade credibility tree of complete envelope genes of dengue virus type 1 (DENV-1) isolates. Horizontal branches are drawn to a scale of estimated year of divergence. Coalescent times with 95% highest posterior density values (ranges in parentheses) and posterior probability values (all 1.0) of key nodes are shown. Patient convalescent-phase serum samples used for neutralization assays from which virus was isolated are indicated at the end of branches according to their virus groups. Box indicates sylvatic DENV-1 isolated in the study. New sequences were used to create the phylogenetic tree are as in Table 1. SII, subgenotype II, SI, subgenotype I.

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