Afsar Ali, Yuansha Chen, Judith A. Johnson, Edsel Redden, Yfto Mayette, Mohammed H. Rashid, O. Colin Stine, and J. Glenn Morris
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA (A. Ali, Y. Chen, J.A. Johnson, E. Redden, M.H. Rashid, J.G. Morris, Jr); Saint Mark’s Hospital, Arbonite, Haiti (Y. Mayette); University of Maryland College of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (O.C. Stine)
Figure. Relationship of Vibrio cholerae variable-number tandem-repeat sequence types from Haiti, 2010. Numbers represent number of repeats for the 5 alleles tested (VC0147, VC0436-7, VC1650, VCA0171, and VCA0283). Boldface indicates the ancestral sequence type; underline indicates alleles that have changed.
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