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Volume 18, Number 6—June 2012

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Local Transmission of Imported Endemic Syphilis, Canada, 2011

Sergio FanellaComments to Author , Kamran Kadkhoda, Michelle Shuel, and Raymond Tsang
Author affiliations: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (S. Fanella); Cadham Provincial Laboratory, Winnipeg (K. Kadkhoda); National Microbiology Laboratory, Winnipeg, (M. Shuel, R. Tsang)

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BsrDI digest of tprI and BsrDI/BsEI double digest of tprC from the oral ulcer swab specimen and the syphilis control strain Nichols. Lanes from left to right: 1, 100-bp ladder; 2, Nichols tprI product not digested with BsrDI (493-bp band); 3, clinical specimen tprI product digested with BsrDI (334-bp and 159-bp bands); 4, Nichols tprC digested with BsrDI/BsiEI (547-bp and 160-bp bands); 5, clinical specimen tprC digested with BsrDI/BsiEI (547-bp and 160-bp bands).

Figure. . . BsrDI digest of tprI and BsrDI/BsEI double digest of tprC from the oral ulcer swab specimen and the syphilis control strain Nichols. Lanes from left to right: 1, 100-bp ladder; 2, Nichols tprI product not digested with BsrDI (493-bp band); 3, clinical specimen tprI product digested with BsrDI (334-bp and 159-bp bands); 4, Nichols tprC digested with BsrDI/BsiEI (547-bp and 160-bp bands); 5, clinical specimen tprC digested with BsrDI/BsiEI (547-bp and 160-bp bands).

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