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Volume 4, Number 1—March 1998

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Genetic Diversity of Wild-Type Measles Viruses: Implications for Global Measles Elimination Programs

William J. Bellini and Paul A. Rota
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Figure 3

Global distribution of measles genetic groups. Colored circles indicate areas where measles viruses from various genetic groups have been isolated. Viruses not assigned to one of the eight groups are labeled in brown.

Figure 3. Global distribution of measles genetic groups. Colored circles indicate areas where measles viruses from various genetic groups have been isolated. Viruses not assigned to one of the eight groups are labeled in brown.

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