Sonam Wangchuk, Piyawan Chinnawirotpisan, Tshering Dorji, Tashi Tobgay, Tandin Dorji, In-Kyu Yoon, and Stefan Fernandez
Author affiliations: Ministry of Health, Thimphu, Bhutan (S. Wangchuk, T. Dorji, T. Tobgay, T. Dorji); Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand (P. Chinnawirotpisan, I.-K. Yoon, S. Fernandez)
Figure 2. . Amino acids at positions 211 and 226 of the chikungunya virus (CHIKV) envelope protein 1 (E1) and alignment of aa 211–240 of Bhutan 2012 CHIKV isolates with Réunion Island 2005, Indian 2010, and Thailand 2009 CHIKV isolates. Gray shading indicates residues 211 and 226 of the E1 protein.
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