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Volume 13, Number 5—May 2007

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Environmental Source of Candida dubliniensis

Miles A. Nunn*Comments to Author , Stefanie M. Schäfer*, Michael A. Petrou†, and Jillian R.M. Brown*
Author affiliations: *National Environment Research Council Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Oxford, England, United Kingdom; †Hammersmith Hospital National Health Service Trust, London, England, United Kingdom;

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Alignment of the ITS1 5.8S ITS2 DNA region of Candida dubliniensis Saltee (SL) isolates and representative human isolates of genotypes 1–4. All polymorphic sites are shown: ITS1 (bp 32–137), 5.8S rRNA exon (bp 312–315), ITS2 (bp 358–450). Dots indicate identity; highlighted dashes indicate gaps in the alignment. GenBank accession nos. are as follows: AJ311895 (CD33 genotype 1), AJ311896 (CD520 genotype 2), AJ311897 (CD519 genotype 3); AJ311898 (p7718 genotype 4), AB049119 (C. albicans ATCC90028), and EF032487–EF032495 for SL375–1, SL397, SL375–2, SL387, SL407, SL410, SL411, SL417, SL422, respectively.

Figure 2. Alignment of the ITS1 5.8S ITS2 DNA region of Candida dubliniensis Saltee (SL) isolates and representative human isolates of genotypes 1–4. All polymorphic sites are shown: ITS1 (bp 32–137), 5.8S rRNA exon (bp 312–315), ITS2 (bp 358–450). Dots indicate identity; highlighted dashes indicate gaps in the alignment. GenBank accession nos. are as follows: AJ311895 (CD33 genotype 1), AJ311896 (CD520 genotype 2), AJ311897 (CD519 genotype 3); AJ311898 (p7718 genotype 4), AB049119 (C. albicans ATCC90028), and EF032487–EF032495 for SL375–1, SL397, SL375–2, SL387, SL407, SL410, SL411, SL417, SL422, respectively.

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