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Volume 10, Number 1—January 2004

Historical Review

Bacillus anthracis Bioterrorism Incident, Kameido, Tokyo, 1993

Hiroshi Takahashi*Comments to Author , Paul Keim†, Arnold F. Kaufmann‡, Christine Keys†, Kimothy L. Smith†, Kiyosu Taniguchi*, Sakae Inouye*, and Takeshi Kurata*
Author affiliations: *National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan; †Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA; ‡Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA

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Figure 3

Multiple-locus, variable-number tandem repeat analysis genotype of all 48 Kameido isolates and the Sterne strain of Bacillus anthracis: vrrA, 313 bp; vrrB1, 229 bp; vrrB2, 162 bp; vrrC1, 583 bp; vrrC2, 532 bp; CG3, 158, bp; pX01-att, 129 bp; pX02, no amplification.

Figure 3. Multiple-locus, variable-number tandem repeat analysis genotype of all 48 Kameido isolates and the Sterne strain of Bacillus anthracis: vrrA, 313 bp; vrrB1, 229 bp; vrrB2, 162 bp; vrrC1, 583 bp; vrrC2, 532 bp; CG3, 158, bp; pX01-att, 129 bp; pX02, no amplification.

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