Detection of a new yellow fever virus lineage within the South American genotype I in Brazil

@article{deSouza2010DetectionOA,
  title={Detection of a new yellow fever virus lineage within the South American genotype I in Brazil},
  author={Renato Pereira de Souza and Peter G. Foster and Maria Anice Mureb Sallum and Terezinha Lisieux Moraes Coimbra and Adriana Yurika Maeda and Vivian Regina Silveira and Eduardo Stramandinoli Moreno and Fernanda Gisele da Silva and I. M. Rocco and Ivani Bisordi Ferreira and Akemi Suzuki and Fab{\'i}ola Maiumi Oshiro and Selma Petrella and Luiz Eloy Pereira and Giselda Katz and C{\'i}lea Hatsumi Tengan and Melissa Mascheratti Siciliano and Cec{\'i}lia Lu{\'i}za Sim{\~o}es dos Santos},
  journal={Journal of Medical Virology},
  year={2010},
  volume={82}
}
Nucleotide sequences of two regions of the genomes of 11 yellow fever virus (YFV) samples isolated from monkeys or humans with symptomatic yellow fever (YF) in Brazil in 2000, 2004, and 2008 were determined with the objective of establishing the genotypes and studying the genetic variation. Results of the Bayesian phylogenetic analysis showed that sequences generated from strains from 2004 and 2008 formed a new subclade within the clade 1 of the South American genotype I. The new subgroup is… 

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