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Volume 4, Number 2—June 1998

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Molecular and Epidemiologic Analysis of Dengue Virus Isolates from Somalia

Niranjan Kanesa-thasan*Comments to Author , Gwong-Jen J. Chang†, Bonnie L. Smoak*, Alan Magill*, M. Jeanne Burrous*, and Charles H. Hoke*
Author affiliations: *Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, DC, USA; †Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USA

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Figure 2

Phylogenetic tree of the dengue-2 viruses, including Somalia 1993 virus isolates, using nucleotide sequence from position 639 to 1,233 of the envelope protein gene. This strict consensus tree was constructed by the following programs of the PHYLIP 3.5 package: SEQBOOT, DNAPARS, CONSENSUS, and DRAWGRAM. Strain ID is listed first, followed by abbreviation for country of isolation, and the last two digits of the year of isolation.

Figure 2. Phylogenetic tree of the dengue-2 viruses, including Somalia 1993 virus isolates, using nucleotide sequence from position 639 to 1,233 of the envelope protein gene. This strict consensus tree was constructed by the following programs of the PHYLIP 3.5 package: SEQBOOT, DNAPARS, CONSENSUS, and DRAWGRAM. Strain ID is listed first, followed by abbreviation for country of isolation, and the last two digits of the year of isolation.

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