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Volume 11, Number 6—June 2005

Dispatch

Rifampicin Resistance in Tuberculosis Outbreak, London, England

Claire Jenkins*Comments to Author , Alleyna P. Claxton†, Robert J. Shorten*, Timothy D. McHugh*, and Stephen H. Gillespie*
Author affiliations: *Royal Free Hospital, London, United Kingdom; †Homerton Hospital, London, United Kingdom

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Figure 1

Alignment of rpoB gene sequences showing the mutations detected in this case study. WT, wildtype; T7, 018, 604 – V176F (G to T, highlighted in blue); 483, H526R (A to G, highlighted in yellow); 915, 317, S531W (C to G, highlighted in pink).

Figure 1. . Alignment of rpoB gene sequences showing the mutations detected in this case study. WT, wildtype; T7, 018, 604 – V176F (G to T, highlighted in blue); 483, H526R (A to G, highlighted in yellow); 915, 317, S531W (C to G, highlighted in pink).

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