Occurrence and Clinical Relevance of Mycobacterium chimaera sp. nov., Germany
Birgitta Schweickert , Oliver Goldenberg, Elvira Richter, Ulf B. Göbel, Annette Petrich, Petra Buchholz, and Annette Moter
Author affiliations: Charité-Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany (B. Schweickert, A. Petrich, U.B. Göbel, P. Buchholz, A. Moter); Transgenomic Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland, UK (O. Goldenberg ); Nationales Referenzzentrum für Mykobakterien am Forschungszentrum, Borstel, Germany (E. Richter);
Figure. Denaturating high-performance liquid chromatography profiles after separation of PCR-amplified internal transcribed spacer regions of Mycobacterium spp. Strain designations from above: DSMZ 43223, M. intracellulare, sequevar MIN-A type strain; MM 1675, M. intracellulare, sequevar MIN-A, patient strain; DSMZ 44623, M. chimaera sp. nov., sequevar MAC-A type strain; MM 119; M. chimaera sp. nov., sequevar MAC-A, patient strain; MM 300, M. intracellulare, sequevar MIN-C, patient strain.
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