Burkholderia pseudomallei in Soil, US Virgin Islands, 2019
Nathan E. Stone, Carina M. Hall, A. Springer Browne, Jason W. Sahl, Shelby M. Hutton, Ella Santana-Propper, Kimberly R. Celona, Irene Guendel, Cosme J. Harrison, Jay E. Gee, Mindy G. Elrod, Joseph D. Busch, Alex R. Hoffmaster, Esther M. Ellis, and David M. Wagner
Author affiliations: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA (N.E. Stone, C.M. Hall, J.W. Sahl, S.M. Hutton, E. Santana-Propper, K.R. Celona, J.D. Busch, D.M. Wagner); US Virgin Islands Department of Health, Charlotte Amalie, US Virgin Islands, USA (A.S. Browne, I. Guendel, C.J. Harrison, E.M. Ellis); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A.S. Browne, J.E. Gee, M.G. Elrod, A.R. Hoffmaster)
Figure. Maximum-likelihood phylogeny of Burkholderia pseudomallei isolates from patients and the environment in the US Virgin Islands and reference isolates available in GenBank from other countries in the Americas, Africa, and the Caribbean.
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