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Volume 15, Number 10—October 2009

Research

Discriminatory Ability of Hypervariable Variable Number Tandem Repeat Loci in Population-based Analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Strains, London, UK

Preya Velji1, Vladyslav Nikolayevskyy1, Timothy Brown, and Francis DrobniewskiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Barts and The London School of Medicine, Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK (P. Velji, V. Nikolayevskyy); Health Protection Agency National Mycobacterium Reference Laboratory, London (T. Brown, F. Drobniewski); 1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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Agarose gel showing the stability of amplified fragments of variable number tandem repeat (VNTR) 3336 from 2 serial isolates isolated from 4 patients. Lane 1, patient A, isolate 1, isolated 2005 Jun 20, 8 copies; lane 2, patient A, isolate 2, isolated 2005 Jul 11, 8 copies; lane 3, patient B, isolate 1, isolated 2005 Jul 8, 9 copies; lane 4, patient B, isolate 2, isolated 2005 Aug 8, 9 copies; lane 5, patient C, isolate 1, isolated 2005 Nov 11, 7 copies; lane 6, patient C, isolate 2, isolated 20

Figure 2. Agarose gel showing the stability of amplified fragments of variable number tandem repeat (VNTR) 3336 from 2 serial isolates isolated from 4 patients. Lane 1, patient A, isolate 1, isolated 2005 Jun 20, 8 copies; lane 2, patient A, isolate 2, isolated 2005 Jul 11, 8 copies; lane 3, patient B, isolate 1, isolated 2005 Jul 8, 9 copies; lane 4, patient B, isolate 2, isolated 2005 Aug 8, 9 copies; lane 5, patient C, isolate 1, isolated 2005 Nov 11, 7 copies; lane 6, patient C, isolate 2, isolated 2005 Nov 15, 7 copies; lane 7, patient D, isolate 1, isolated 2005 May 16, 6 copies; lane 8, patient D, isolate 2, isolated 2005 May 25, 6 copies.

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