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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Research

Lineage-specific Virulence Determinants of Haemophilus influenzae Biogroup aegyptius

Fiona R. Strouts1, Peter Power, Nicholas J. Croucher, Nicola Corton, Andries van Tonder, Michael A. Quail, Paul R. Langford, Michael J. Hudson, Julian Parkhill, J. Simon KrollComments to Author , and Stephen D. Bentley
Author affiliations: Imperial College London, London, UK (F.R. Strouts, P.R. Langford, J.S. Kroll); University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (P. Power); Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK (N.J. Croucher, N. Corton, A. van Tonder, M.A. Quail, J. Parkhill, S.D. Bentley); The Health Protection Agency, Salisbury, UK (M.J. Hudson)

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Figure 1

Comparison of the whole genome of Brazilian purpuric fever clone of Haemophilus influenzae biogroup aegyptius (HaeBPF) strain F3031 and Hae conjunctivitis strain F3047 with Artemis Comparison Tool (22). Red, syntenic regions; blue, inverted regions of the genome.

Figure 1. Comparison of the whole genome of Brazilian purpuric fever clone of Haemophilus influenzae biogroup aegyptius (HaeBPF) strain F3031 and Hae conjunctivitis strain F3047 with Artemis Comparison Tool (22). Red, syntenic regions; blue, inverted regions of the genome.

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1Current affiliation: Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, USA.

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