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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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Figure 2

Linear regression analysis showing correlation between average quantitative purified protein derivative (PPD) response and recent transmission index (RTIn−1) for Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex isolates, The Gambia, 2002–2007. Open diamonds and dashed line, M. tuberculosis sensu stricto, including Euro-American (EA) lineage (R2 = 0.606); open squares and dotted line, M. tuberculosis EA lineage (R2 = 0.7272); black circles and solid line, M. africanum Afri_1 lineage (R2 = 0.7732). sfu, spot-fo

Figure 2. . Linear regression analysis showing correlation between average quantitative purified protein derivative (PPD) response and recent transmission index (RTIn−1) for Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex isolates, The Gambia, 2002–2007. Open diamonds and dashed line, M. tuberculosis sensu stricto, including Euro-American (EA) lineage (R2 = 0.606); open squares and dotted line, M. tuberculosis EA lineage (R2 = 0.7272); black circles and solid line, M. africanum Afri_1 lineage (R2 = 0.7732). sfu, spot-forming units.

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