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Volume 19, Number 2—February 2013

Research

Plague Outbreak in Libya, 2009, Unrelated to Plague in Algeria

Nicolas Cabanel, Alexandre Leclercq, Viviane Chenal-Francisque, Badereddin Annajar, Minoarisoa Rajerison, Souad Bekkhoucha, Eric Bertherat, and Elisabeth CarnielComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur, Paris, France (N. Cabanel, A. Leclercq, V. Chenal-Francisque, E. Carniel); National Center for Disease Control, Tripoli, Libya (B. Annajar); Institut Pasteur, Antananarivo, Madagascar (M. Rajerison); University Hospital, Oran, Algeria (S. Bekkhoucha); World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (E. Bertherat)

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Insertion sequence–restriction fragment length polymorphism profiles of 3 Yersinis pestis strains obtained during plague outbreak in Libya, 2009. Genomic DNA of strains IP1973 (lane 1), IP1974 (lane 2), and IP1975 (lane 3) were hybridized with an IS100 (after EcoRI digestion) or an IS1541 probe (after HindIII digestion).

Figure 3. . Insertion sequence–restriction fragment length polymorphism profiles of 3 Yersinia pestis strains obtained during plague outbreak in Libya, 2009. Genomic DNA of strains IP1973 (lane 1), IP1974 (lane 2), and IP1975 (lane 3) were hybridized with an IS100 (after EcoRI digestion) or an IS1541 probe (after HindIII digestion).

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