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Volume 7, Number 6—December 2001

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Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Disease Following Hot Tub Exposure

Ellen J. Mangione*Comments to Author , Gwen Huitt†, Dennis Lenaway‡, James Beebe*, Ann Bailey‡, Mary Figoski§, Michael P. Rau*, Kurt D. Albrecht*, and Mitchell A. Yakrus¶
Author affiliations: *Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Denver, Colorado, USA;; †University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado, USA;; ‡Boulder County Health Department, Boulder, Colorado, USA;; §University Family Medicine, Boulder, Colorado, USA;; ¶Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, USA

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Restriction fragment-length polymorphism analysis for isolates from patients and hot tub. Lane 1: Mycobacterium avium CDC #91-9282, serotype 4. Lane 2: M. avium CDC #91-9285, serotype 10. Lane 3: M. avium CDC #91-9299, serotype 8. Lane 4: Hot tub isolate. Lane 5: Isolate from Patient 2. Lane 6: Isolate from Patient 3. Lane 7: Isolate from Patient 1.

Figure. Restriction fragment-length polymorphism analysis for isolates from patients and hot tub. Lane 1: Mycobacterium avium CDC #91-9282, serotype 4. Lane 2: M. avium CDC #91-9285, serotype 10. Lane 3: M. avium CDC #91-9299, serotype 8. Lane 4: Hot tub isolate. Lane 5: Isolate from Patient 2. Lane 6: Isolate from Patient 3. Lane 7: Isolate from Patient 1.

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