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Volume 17, Number 7—July 2011

Letter

Rare Case of Trichomonal Peritonitis

Crystal A. ZalonisComments to Author , Allan Pillay, William Secor, Burt Humburg, and Robert Aber
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA (C.A. Zalonis, B. Humburg, R. Aber); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A. Pillay, W. Secor)

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PCR amplification with primers TFR3 and TFR4. Lane 1, Tritrichomonas foetus ATCC 30231; lane 2, peritoneal fluid specimen; lane 3, culture of peritoneal fluid; lane 4, T. suis ATCC 30167; lane 5, Pentatrichomonas hominis; lane 6, Trichomonas tenax; lane 7, no template control. MW, molecular size standard. Values at left are bp.

Figure. PCR amplification with primers TFR3 and TFR4. Lane 1, Tritrichomonas foetus ATCC 30231; lane 2, peritoneal fluid specimen; lane 3, culture of peritoneal fluid; lane 4, T. suis ATCC 30167; lane 5, Pentatrichomonas hominis; lane 6, Trichomonas tenax; lane 7, no template control. MW, molecular size standard. Values at left are bp.

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