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Volume 15, Number 6—June 2009

Dispatch

Murine Typhus in Child, Yucatan, Mexico

Jorge E. Zavala-CastroComments to Author , Jorge E. Zavala-Velázquez, and Justo Eduardo Sulú Uicab
Author affiliations: Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mérida Yucatán, Mexico

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Restriction fragment length polymorphism patterns of gltA (A) and 17-kDa gene (B) PCR products digested with AluI. Lane 1, undigested gltA and 17-kDa gene PCR amplicons (from blood sample of infected child); lane 2, human case; lane 3, Rickettsia typhi–positive control; lane 4, R. felis–positive control; lane 5, R. akari–positive control; lane 6, R. rickettsii–positive control.

Figure. Restriction fragment length polymorphism patterns of gltA (A) and 17-kDa gene (B) PCR products digested with AluI. Lane 1, undigested gltA and 17-kDa gene PCR amplicons (from blood sample of infected child); lane 2, human case; lane 3, Rickettsia typhi–positive control; lane 4, R. felis–positive control; lane 5, R. akari–positive control; lane 6, R. rickettsii–positive control.

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