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Volume 2, Number 3—July 1996

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Application of Molecular Techniques
to the Diagnosis of Microsporidial Infection

Daniel P. FedorkoComments to Author  and Yasmine M. Hijazi
Author affiliations: National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

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Figure 8

Cladogram representing the phylogenic relationship of several microsporidial genera as determined by small subunit ribosomal DNA sequence similarity. The human pathogens can be found in the Encephalitozoon group and the Endoreticulatus group. (Reprinted with permission from ref. 35.)

Figure 8. Cladogram representing the phylogenic relationship of several microsporidial genera as determined by small subunit ribosomal DNA sequence similarity. The human pathogens can be found in the Encephalitozoon group and the Endoreticulatus group. (Reprinted with permission from ref. 35.)

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