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Volume 17, Number 3—March 2011

Research

Mycobacterium lentiflavum in Drinking Water Supplies, Australia

Henry M. MarshallComments to Author , Robyn Carter, Matthew J. Torbey, Sharri Minion, Carla Tolson, Hanna E. Sidjabat, Flavia Huygens, Megan Hargreaves, and Rachel M. Thomson
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (H.M. Marshall); The Royal Brisbane Hospital, Brisbane (R. Carter, M.J. Torbey, S. Minion, C. Tolson); University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research, Brisbane (H.E. Sidjabat); Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane (F. Huygens, M. Hargreaves); Queensland Tuberculosis Control Centre, Brisbane (R.M. Thomson)

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Figure 3

Dendrogram and virtual gel images representing rep-PCR fingerprint patterns of 16 human and 7 water isolates of Mycobacterium lentiflavum, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2001–2008. CI, clinical isolate; W, potable water isolate; BAL, bronchoalveolar lavage. *Clinically significant isolate.

Figure 3. Dendrogram and virtual gel images representing rep-PCR fingerprint patterns of 16 human and 7 water isolates of Mycobacterium lentiflavum, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2001–2008. CI, clinical isolate; W, potable water isolate; BAL, bronchoalveolar lavage. *Clinically significant isolate.

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