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Volume 18, Number 6—June 2012

Research

Molecular Epidemiology of Geographically Dispersed Vibrio cholerae, Kenya, January 2009–May 2010

Ahmed Abade Mohamed, Joseph Oundo, Samuel M. Kariuki, Hamadi I. Boga, Shanaz K. Sharif, Willis Akhwale, Jared Omolo, Anyangu S. Amwayi, David Mutonga, David Kareko, Mercy Njeru, Shan Li, Robert F. Breiman, and O. Colin StineComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program, Nairobi, Kenya (A.A. Mohamed, J. Oundo, J. Omolo, A.S. Amwayi); Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, Nairobi (A.A. Mohamed, S.K. Sharif, W. Akhwale, J. Omolo, A.S. Amwayi, D. Mutonga, M. Njeru); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Nairobi (J. Oundo, R.F. Breiman); Kenya Medical Research Institute, Nairobi (J. Oundo, S.M. Kariuki); Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Nairobi (H.I. Boga, D. Kareko); University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (S. Li, O.C. Stine)

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Distribution of Vibrio cholerae isolates, by clonal complex and month of isolation, Kenya, January 2009–May 2010. A) Highland region, including informal settlements around Nairobi. B) Coastal region. C) Arid and semi-arid region. D) Lower eastern region.

Figure 3. . . Distribution of Vibrio cholerae isolates, by clonal complex and month of isolation, Kenya, January 2009–May 2010. A) Highland region, including informal settlements around Nairobi. B) Coastal region. C) Arid and semi-arid region. D) Lower eastern region.

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