Reemerging Sudan Ebola Virus Disease in Uganda, 2011
Trevor Shoemaker, Adam MacNeil
, Stephen Balinandi, Shelley Campbell, Joseph Francis Wamala, Laura K. McMullan, Robert Downing, Julius Lutwama, Edward Mbidde, Ute Ströher, Pierre E. Rollin, and Stuart T. Nichol
Author affiliations: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Entebbe, Uganda (T. Shoemaker, S. Balinandi, R. Downing); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A. MacNeil, S. Campbell, L.K. McMullan, U. Ströher, P.E. Rollin, S.T. Nichol); Ministry of Health, Kampala, Uganda (J.F. Wamala); and Uganda Virus Research Institute, Entebbe (J. Lutwama, E. Mbidde)
Figure 1. . . Sudan Ebola virus in Uganda, 2011. A) Geographic locations of Nakisimata village and Bombo Military Hospital with the isolation facility established by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) relative to locations where Sudan Ebola virus (SEBOV) was isolated during the current and previous outbreaks in Uganda. Scale bar indicates kilometers. B) Maximum likelihood tree obtained from full length sequences of SEBOV strains Nakisamata (JN638998), Boniface (FJ968794), Gulu (AY729654), and Yambio (EU338380) and the polymerase gene (*) of Maleo (U23458); full-length Reston Ebola virus (REBOV) (AY769362) is included as an outgroup. Bootstrap values listed at the nodes provide statistical support for 1,000 replicates. Scale bar indicates 0.006 substitutions per site.
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