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Volume 13, Number 12—December 2007

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Human and Animal Infections with Mycobacterium microti, Scotland

Francis Xavier Emmanuel*, Amie-Louise Seagar*Comments to Author , Christine Doig*, Alan Rayner*, Pauline Claxton*, and Ian Laurenson*
Author affiliations: *Scottish Mycobacteria Reference Laboratory, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom;

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Comparison of the restriction fragment length polymorphism patterns of Mycobacterium microti strains from Scotland. Spoligo, spoligotyping.

Figure. Comparison of the restriction fragment length polymorphism patterns of Mycobacterium microti strains from Scotland. Spoligo, spoligotyping.

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