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Volume 19, Number 11—November 2013

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Three Outbreak-causing Neisseria meningitidis Serogroup C Clones, Brazil1

David E. BarrosoComments to Author , Terezinha M.P.P. Castiñeiras, Fernanda S. Freitas, Jane W. Marsh, Mary G. Krauland, Mary M. Tulenko, Érica L. Fonseca, Ana C.P. Vicente, Maria C. Rebelo, Elaine O. Cerqueira, Adriano C. Xavier, Ana P.C.M. Cardozo, Simone E.M. da Silva, and Lee H. Harrison
Author affiliations: Oswaldo Cruz Institute, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (D.E. Barroso, F.S. Freitas, É.L. da Fonseca, A.C.P. Vicente); Federal University School of Medicine, Rio de Janeiro (T.M.P.P. Castiñeiras); University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (J.W. Marsh, M.G. Krauland, M.M. Tulenko, L.H. Harrison); State Department of Health, Rio de Janeiro (M.C. Rebelo, E.O. Cerqueira); Cientificalab Laboratory Products and Systems, Rio de Janeiro (A.C. Xavier, A.P.C.M. Cardozo, S.E.M. da Silva).

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Spatial distribution of 8 meningococcal disease clusters caused by 3 different clonal complexes (cc) of Neisseria meningitidis, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, 2003–2012.

Figure. . Spatial distribution of 8 meningococcal disease clusters caused by 3 different clonal complexes (cc) of Neisseria meningitidis, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, 2003–2012.

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1The study was presented in part in the 18th International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference, September 9–14, 2012, Würzburg, Germany.

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