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Volume 5, Number 3—June 1999

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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 2

Alignment of the Cryptosporidium small subunit ribosomal DNA (SSU-rRNA) diagnostic fragments obtained with the CPBDIAGF/CPBDIAGR polymerase chain reaction primer pair for the four genotypes. Only the first 300 columns of the alignment are shown, as the remaining columns were identical for all genotypes. Gaps are shown with dashes (-), and bases identical to the base in the first row (C. felis) are shown with dots (.). Numbers to the right of the alignment show sequence positions for each genotyp

Figure 2. Alignment of the Cryptosporidium small subunit ribosomal DNA (SSU-rRNA) diagnostic fragments obtained with the CPBDIAGF/CPBDIAGR polymerase chain reaction primer pair for the four genotypes. Only the first 300 columns of the alignment are shown, as the remaining columns were identical for all genotypes. Gaps are shown with dashes (-), and bases identical to the base in the first row (C. felis) are shown with dots (.). Numbers to the right of the alignment show sequence positions for each genotype. The sequences for the SSU-rRNA diagnostic fragment of all four genotypes were submitted to GenBank and were assigned accession numbers AF087574, AF087575, AF087576, and AF087577.

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