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Volume 5, Number 3—June 1999

Dispatch

New Cryptosporidium Genotypes in HIV-Infected Persons

Norman J. PieniazekComments to Author , Fernando J. Bornay-Llinares, Susan B. Slemenda, Alexandre J. da Silva, Iaci N. S. Moura, Michael J. Arrowood, Oleg Ditrich†, and David G. Addiss
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; and; †Institute of Parasitology AS CR, Ceské Budëjovice, Czech Republic

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Figure 1

Agarose gel (2%) visualization of diagnostic polymerase chain reaction products of four Cryptosporidium genotypes. Lane S, standard 100-bp ladder; lane 1, patient 53, zoonotic genotype 2; lane 2, patient 119, Cryptosporidium sp. (zoonotic, canine genotype); lane 3, patient 84, C. felis (zoonotic, feline genotype); lane 4, patient 75, anthroponotic genotype 1.

Figure 1. Agarose gel (2%) visualization of diagnostic polymerase chain reaction products of four Cryptosporidium genotypes. Lane S, standard 100-bp ladder; lane 1, patient 53, zoonotic genotype 2; lane 2, patient 119, Cryptosporidium sp. (zoonotic, canine genotype); lane 3, patient 84, C. felis (zoonotic, feline genotype); lane 4, patient 75, anthroponotic genotype 1.

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