Volume 21, Number 10—October 2015
Evolutionary and Ecological Characterization of Mayaro Virus Strains Isolated during an Outbreak, Venezuela, 2010
|Lineage||Date for time of MRCA for partial E2–E1 sequences (95% HPD)||Date for time of MRCA for complete genome sequences (95% HPD)|
|Venezuelan outbreak strains||2007 (2003–2009)||2008 (2007–2009)|
|Northeast Peruvian and Bolivian clade||1952 (1935–1967)||1966 (1940–1970)|
|South/Central Peruvian clade||1968 (1953–1980)||1977 (1967–1987)|
|Brazilian genotype D clade||1864 (1822–1904)||1872 (1836–1906)|
|Brazilian genotype L clade||1877 (1836–1915)||1905 (1882–1926)|
|Peruvian genotype N clade||1750 (1657–1833)||1746 (1658–1823)|
*E, envelope; MRCA, most recent common ancestor; HPD, highest posterior density.
1Current affiliation: Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, USA.
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