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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

Letter

Leishmaniasis in Ancient Egypt and Upper Nubia

Albert R. Zink*†Comments to Author , Mark Spigelman‡§, Bettina Schraut*, Charles L. Greenblatt§, Andreas G. Nerlich*, and Helen D. Donoghue‡
Author affiliations: *Academic Teaching Hospital München-Bogenhausen, Munich, Germany; †Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany; ‡University College London, London, UK; §The Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel

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PCR amplification of a 120-bp fragment of kinetoplastid mitochondrial DNA of Leishmania spp. in Egyptian and Nubian mummies. Lane 1, 50-bp ladder lanes 2–8, mummy samples; lanes 9,10, extraction controls; lane 11, PCR controls. Lane 6 provides a positive amplification product of the expected size.

Figure. PCR amplification of a 120-bp fragment of kinetoplastid mitochondrial DNA of Leishmania spp. in Egyptian and Nubian mummies. Lane 1, 50-bp ladder lanes 2–8, mummy samples; lanes 9,10, extraction controls; lane 11, PCR controls. Lane 6 provides a positive amplification product of the expected size.

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