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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

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Macrolide Resistance in Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Israel, 2010

Diana Averbuch, Carlos Hidalgo-Grass, Allon E. Moses, Dan Engelhard, and Ran Nir-PazComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliation: Hadassah–Hebrew University Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel

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Figure 2

Real-time PCR high-resolution melting assay. A) High-resolution melt profiles are shown for wild-type (WT) Mycoplasma pneumoniae A (A2063A), macrolide resistance mutation G (A2063G) sample, and the mixed genotype sample in the normalized graph mode. B) Temperature-shifted difference graph demonstrates the deviations between WT, resistant, and mixed samples. The WT isolate has been selected to normalize the temperature shift graph and displays the deviation of samples from it.

Figure 2. Real-time PCR high-resolution melting assay. A) High-resolution melt profiles are shown for wild-type (WT) Mycoplasma pneumoniae A (A2063A), macrolide resistance mutation G (A2063G) sample, and the mixed genotype sample in the normalized graph mode. B) Temperature-shifted difference graph demonstrates the deviations between WT, resistant, and mixed samples. The WT isolate has been selected to normalize the temperature shift graph and displays the deviation of samples from it.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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