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Volume 18, Number 11—November 2012

Research

Sources of Dengue Viruses Imported into Queensland, Australia, 2002–2010

David WarrilowComments to Author , Judith A. Northill, and Alyssa T. Pyke
Author affiliations: Queensland Health Forensic and Scientific Services, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia

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Figure 6

Phylogenetic tree showing the relationship of dengue viruses, serotype 4, imported into Queensland, Australia, 2002–2010, based on sequencing of the envelope gene. Viruses are designated according to reported origin and GenBank accession number, and imported cases are shown in boldface. Genotypes are indicated on the right. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.

Figure 6. . . . Phylogenetic tree showing the relationship of dengue viruses, serotype 4, imported into Queensland, Australia, 2002–2010, based on sequencing of the envelope gene. Viruses are designated according to reported origin and GenBank accession number, and imported cases are shown in boldface. Genotypes are indicated on the right. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.

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