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Volume 21, Number 1—January 2015

Enzootic Transmission of Yellow Fever Virus, Venezuela

Albert J. Auguste, Philippe Lemey, Nicholas A. Bergren, Dileyvic Giambalvo, Maria Moncada, Dulce Morón, Rosa Hernandez, Juan-Carlos Navarro, and Nikos VasilakisComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA (A.J. Auguste, N.A. Bergren, S.C. Weaver); Rega Institute, Leuven, Belgium (P. Lemey); Ciudad Universitaria, Caracas, Venezuela (D. Giambalvo, M. Moncada, D. Morón, R. Hernandez); Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas (J.-C. Navarro)

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Table 1

Yellow fever virus strains sequenced in the study and their metadata, Venezuela*

Isolate ID Source Location Year of collection Passage history GenBank accession no.
1A Red howler monkey Monagas 2004 Vero 2 KM388819
2A† Red howler monkey Guárico 2004 Vero 2 KM388817
3A Red howler monkey Portuguesa 2005 Vero 2 KM388820
4A Red howler monkey Portuguesa 2005 Vero 2 KM388821
5A Human Portuguesa 2005 Vero 2 KM388822
6A† Human Portuguesa 2005 Vero 2 KM388814
7A Human Portuguesa 2005 Vero 2 KM388823
8A† Red howler monkey Barinas 2006 Vero 2 KM388818
9A† Red howler monkey Apure 2007 Vero 2 KM388815
10A† Red howler monkey Monagas 2010 Vero 2 KM388816

*ID, identification. Red howler monkey, Alouatta seniculus species.
†Complete genome sequences determined.

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