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Volume 3, Number 3—September 1997

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Molecular Epidemiologic Investigations of Mycoplasma gallisepticum Conjunctivitis in Songbirds by Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Analyses

David H. Ley*, J. Edward Berkhoff*, and Sharon Levisohn†
Author affiliations: *College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA; †Visiting Research Scientist, Kimron Veterinary Institute, Bet Dagan, Israel

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Figure 4

RAPD (method II) patterns of MG vaccine strains (lanes 1-2) and isolates from house finches (lanes 4-11), and M. imitans type strain (lane 3). DNA base pair size standards are shown on the left. Lane 1 = ts-11; lane 2 = 6/85; lane 3 = M. imitans; lane 4 = K3839; lane 5 = K4013; lane 6 = K4013; lane 7 = K4117; lane 8 = 7994; lane 9 = 1652442; lane 10 = K4058; lane 11 = K4269. An additional RAPD primer set (method II) was used to determine whether method I accurately determined MG strain identitie

Figure 4. RAPD (method II) patterns of MG vaccine strains (lanes 1-2) and isolates from house finches (lanes 4-11), and M. imitans type strain (lane 3). DNA base pair size standards are shown on the left. Lane 1 = ts-11; lane 2 = 6/85; lane 3 = M. imitans; lane 4 = K3839; lane 5 = K4013; lane 6 = K4013; lane 7 = K4117; lane 8 = 7994; lane 9 = 1652442; lane 10 = K4058; lane 11 = K4269. An additional RAPD primer set (method II) was used to determine whether method I accurately determined MG strain identities.

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