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 Carniel
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)
Figure 5. . NotI pulsed-field gel electrophoresis patterns of Yersinia pestis isolates from plague outbreak in Algeria, 2009. Lane M, low-range DNA marker (New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA, USA); lane 1, IP1860 (Kehailia); lane 2, IP1861 (Hama Ali); lane 3, IP1862 (Hamoul); lane 4, IP1863 (Ain Temouchent); lane 5, IP1864 (Ain Temouchent). Values on the left are in kilobases. Arrowheads indicate positions of variable bands.
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