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Volume 18, Number 1—January 2012

Letter

Visceral Leishmaniasis during Italian Renaissance, 1522–1562

Andreas G. NerlichComments to Author , Raffaella Bianucci, Anna Trisciuoglio, Gabriele Schönian, Markus Ball, Valentina Giuffra, Beatrice Bachmeier, Carsten M. Pusch, Ezio Ferroglio, and Gino Fornaciari
Author affiliations: Hospital München-Bogenhausen, Munich, Germany (A.G. Nerlich); University of Turin, Turin, Italy (R. Bianucci, A. Trisciuoglio, E. Ferroglio); Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany (G. Schönian); University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany (M. Ball, C.M. Pusch); University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy (R. Bianucci, V. Giuffra, G. Fornaciari); University of Munich, Munich (B. Bachmeier)

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Figure A1

Figure A1. Sequence alignment showing high but not complete homology to Leishmania infantum. Subj, the sequence from Eleonora of Toledo.

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