Multiple Francisella tularensis Subspecies and Clades, Tularemia Outbreak, Utah
Jeannine M. Petersen, Jennifer K. Carlson, Gabrielle Dietrich, Rebecca J. Eisen, Jana Coombs, Aimee M. Janusz, JoDee Summers, Charles Ben Beard, and Paul S. Mead
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (J.M. Petersen, J.K. Carlson, G. Dietrich, R.J. Eisen, A.M. Janusz, C.B. Beard, P.S. Mead); Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (J. Coombs, J. Summers)
Figure 2. PCR typing of Francisella tularensis, clades A1 and A2, in dessicated lagomorph carcasses. Lane 1, 100-bp ladder (Bio-Rad, Hercules, CA, USA); lane 2, A1 positive control (Schu S4); lane 3, A1 negative control (NM99); lane 4, UT07–5156 (A1); lane 5, UT07–5152 (A1); lane 6, UT07–5157 (A1), lane 7, UT07–5159 (A1), lane 8, A2 positive control (NM99); lane 9, A2 negative control (Schu S4); lane 10, UT07–5161 (A2).
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