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Volume 19, Number 10—October 2013

Research

Immunogenic Mycobacterium africanum Strains Associated with Ongoing Transmission in The Gambia

Florian GehreComments to Author , Martin Antonio, Jacob K. Otu, Neneh Sallah, Oumie Secka, Tutty Faal, Patrick Owiafe, Jayne S. Sutherland, Ifedayo M. Adetifa, Martin O. Ota, Beate Kampmann, Tumani Corrah, and Bouke C. de Jong
Author affiliations: Medical Research Council Unit, Fajara, The Gambia (F. Gehre, M. Antonio, J.K. Otu, N. Sallah, O. Secka, T. Faal, P. Owiafe, J.S. Sutherland, I.M. Adetifa, M.O. Ota, B. Kampmann, T. Corrah, B.C. de Jong); Institute for Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium (F. Gehre, B.C. de Jong); Imperial College London, London, UK (B. Kampmann); New York University, New York, New York, USA (B.C. de Jong)

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Spoligotyping results showing population structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and M. africanum, The Gambia, 2002–2009. A) All M. tuberculosis sensu stricto lineages (including Euro-American); B) Euro-American lineage; C) M. africanum lineages (Afri_1 and Afri_2). SIT, shared international type.

Figure 1. . Spoligotyping results showing population structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and M. africanum, The Gambia, 2002–2009. A) All M. tuberculosis sensu stricto lineages (including Euro-American); B) Euro-American lineage; C) M. africanum lineages (Afri_1 and Afri_2). SIT, shared international type.

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