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Volume 18, Number 4—April 2012

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Genomic Analysis of emm59 Group A Streptococcus Invasive Strains, United States

Nahuel Fittipaldi, Randall J. Olsen, Stephen B. Beres, Chris Van Beneden, and James M. MusserComments to Author 
Author affiliations: The Methodist Hospital Research Institute, Houston, Texas, USA (N. Fittipaldi, R.J. Olsen, S.B. Beres, J.M. Musser); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (C. Van Beneden)

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Figure A1

Matrix displaying total number of core genome single-nucleotide polymorphisms separating each individual strain from any other. State and year of isolation are provided for each individual strain. CA, California; CT, Connecticut; GA, Georgia; MD, Maryland; MN, Minnesota; NM, New Mexico; NY, New York; OR, Oregon; TN, Tennessee.

Figure A1. Matrix displaying total number of core genome single-nucleotide polymorphisms separating each individual strain from any other. State and year of isolation are provided for each individual strain. CA, California; CT, Connecticut; GA, Georgia; MD, Maryland; MN, Minnesota; NM, New Mexico; NY, New York; OR, Oregon; TN, Tennessee.

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