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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Research

Cryptococcus gattii Dispersal Mechanisms, British Columbia, Canada

Sarah E. Kidd*, Paxton J. Bach*, Adrian O. Hingston*, Sunny Mak†, Yat Chow*, Laura MacDougall†, James W. Kronstad*, and Karen H. Bartlett*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; †British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada;

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Distribution of positive and negative environmental samples for a systematic sampling along a 35-km traffic corridor traversing National Topographic System of Canada grids 092F/06 and 092F/07, highlighting transience of Cryptococcus gattii isolations. A) Sites of initial samples, collected in October 2004. B) Positive sites that were resampled in June 2005.

Figure 2. Distribution of positive and negative environmental samples for a systematic sampling along a 35-km traffic corridor traversing National Topographic System of Canada grids 092F/06 and 092F/07, highlighting transience of Cryptococcus gattii isolations. A) Sites of initial samples, collected in October 2004. B) Positive sites that were resampled in June 2005.

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