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Volume 17, Number 4—April 2011

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Recent Clonal Origin of Cholera in Haiti

Afsar Ali, Yuansha Chen, Judith A. Johnson, Edsel Redden, Yfto Mayette, Mohammed H. Rashid, O. Colin Stine, and J. Glenn MorrisComments to Author 
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)

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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.

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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