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Volume 13, Number 9—September 2007

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New Clinicoepidemiologic Profile of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, Morocco

Mohamed Rhajaoui*1, Abedelmajeed Nasereddin†1Comments to Author , Hajiba Fellah*, Kifaya Azmi†, Fatima Amarir*, Amer Al-Jawabreh†, Suheir Ereqat†, Joseph Planer‡, and Ziad Abdeen†
Author affiliations: *Institut National d’Hygiène, Rabat, Morocco; †Al-Quds University, East Jerusalem, Palestine; ‡Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, USA;

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Figure 2

Comparison between endonuclease BsuRI digestion patterns of internal transcribed spacer 1–PCR products from clinical samples and reference Leishmania strains. Clinical samples, lanes 1–6: lane 1, Boulmane; lane 2, Ouarzazate; lanes 3–6, Sidi Kacem. Reference strains, lanes 7–9: lane 7, L. tropica (MHOM/SU/1974/SAF-K27); lane 8, L. major (MHOM/TM/1973/5ASKH); lane 9, L. infantum (MHOM/TN/1980/IPT1). MW, DNA molecular weight marker in base pairs (bp).

Figure 2. Comparison between endonuclease BsuRI digestion patterns of internal transcribed spacer 1–PCR products from clinical samples and reference Leishmania strains. Clinical samples, lanes 1–6: lane 1, Boulmane; lane 2, Ouarzazate; lanes 3–6, Sidi Kacem. Reference strains, lanes 7–9: lane 7, L. tropica (MHOM/SU/1974/SAF-K27); lane 8, L. major (MHOM/TM/1973/5ASKH); lane 9, L. infantum (MHOM/TN/1980/IPT1). MW, DNA molecular weight marker in base pairs (bp).

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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