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Volume 6, Number 5—October 2000

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Two Cases of Mycobacterium microti-Derived Tuberculosis in HIV-Negative Immunocompetent Patients

Stefan Niemann*Comments to Author , Elvira Richter*, Helga Dalügge-Tamm†, Hejko Schlesinger‡, Dietrich Graupner‡, Bodo Königstein§, Gudrun Gurath¶, Ulf Greinert*, and Sabine Rüsch-Gerdes*
Author affiliations: *National Reference Center for Mycobacteria, Borstel, Germany; †Niedersächsisches Landesgesundheitsamt, Hannover, Germany; ‡Praxis, Rötenberg, Germany; §Gesundheitsamt Rottweil, Rottweil, Germany,; ¶Gemeinschaftspraxis Labor Clotten, Freiburg, Germany

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Figure 1

Spoligotype patterns of the isolates obtained from patient 1 (lane 1) and patient 2 (lane 2) and control strain H37Rv (lane 3).

Figure 1. Spoligotype patterns of the isolates obtained from patient 1 (lane 1) and patient 2 (lane 2) and control strain H37Rv (lane 3).

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