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Volume 25, Number 7—July 2019

Dispatch

Dengue Outbreak during Ongoing Civil War, Taiz, Yemen

KhairAlah A. Alghazali, Boon-Teong Teoh, Shih-Keng Loong, Sing-Sin Sam, Nurul-Asma-Anati Che-Mat-Seri, Nur-Izyan Samsudin, Che-Norainon Yaacob, Noor-Syahida Azizan, Adrian Oo, Nur-Adilah Baharudin, Kim-Kee Tan, Juraina Abd-Jamil, Siti-Sarah Nor’e, Chee-Sieng Khor, Jefree Johari, Mohammed A.K. Mahdy, and Sazaly AbuBakarComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (K.A. Alghazali, B.-T. Teoh, S.-K. Loong, S.-S. Sam, N.-A.-A. Che-Mat-Seri, N.-I. Samsudin, C.-N. Yaacob, N.-S. Azizan, A. Oo, N.-A. Baharudin, K.-K. Tan, J. Abd-Jamil, S.-S. Nor’e, C.-S. Khor, J. Johari, S. AbuBakar); University of Science and Technology, Taiz, Yemen (M.A.K. Mahdy)

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Figure 2

Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree of dengue virus type 2 isolates from Taiz, Yemen, 2016 (top branch), and reference isolates. The tree was constructed by using envelope gene sequences. Numbers on nodes indicate bootstrap values (%) for 1,000 replicates. Only bootstrap values >70% are indicated. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.

Figure 2. Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic tree of dengue virus type 2 isolates from Taiz, Yemen, 2016 (top branch), and reference isolates. The tree was constructed by using envelope gene sequences. Numbers on nodes indicate bootstrap values (%) for 1,000 replicates. Only bootstrap values >70% are indicated. Scale bar indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.

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