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Volume 11, Number 8—August 2005

Research

Human Coronavirus NL63, France

Astrid Vabret*Comments to Author , Thomas Mourez*, Julia Dina*, Lia van der Hoek†, Stéphanie Gouarin*, Joëlle Petitjean*, Jacques Brouard*, and François Freymuth*
Author affiliations: *University Hospital, Caen, France; †University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Ethidium bromide stain of 2% agarose gel showing reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) products of human coronaviruses (HCoVs). A) Simple 1-step RT-PCR (HCoV-NL63, gene N): lane 1, size markers (100 bp); lane 2, negative control RT-PCR mix; lane 3, positive control HCoV-NL63. B) Multiplex 1-step RT-PCR (HCoVs NL63, OC43, 229E): lane 4, size markers (100 bp); lane 5, negative control RT-PCR mix; lane 6, positive control HCoV-NL63; lane 7, positive control HCoV-OC43; lane 8, pos

Figure 1. . Ethidium bromide stain of 2% agarose gel showing reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) products of human coronaviruses (HCoVs). A) Simple 1-step RT-PCR (HCoV-NL63, gene N): lane 1, size markers (100 bp); lane 2, negative control RT-PCR mix; lane 3, positive control HCoV-NL63. B) Multiplex 1-step RT-PCR (HCoVs NL63, OC43, 229E): lane 4, size markers (100 bp); lane 5, negative control RT-PCR mix; lane 6, positive control HCoV-NL63; lane 7, positive control HCoV-OC43; lane 8, positive control HCoV-229E; lane 9, mix of 3 positive control HCoVs (NL63, OC43, and 229E).

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