Cholera Outbreak in Southern Tanzania: Risk Factors and Patterns of Transmission
Camilo J. Acosta*†, Claudia M. Galindo*†, John Kimario*, Kesheni Senkoro*, Honorathy Urassa*, Climent Casals†, Manuel Corachán†, N. Eseko‡, Marcel Tanner§, Hassan Mshinda*, Fred Lwilla¶, Jordi Vila†, and Pedro L. Alonso†
Author affiliations: *Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre, Ifakara, Tanzania; †Hospital Clínic, Barcelona, Spain; ‡Ministry of Health, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; §Swiss Tropical Institute, Basel, Switzerland; ¶District Medical Officer, Kilombero, Morogoro Region, Tanzania
Figure 3. . Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis patterns of Vibrio cholerae isolates. DNA molecular weight markers (M lanes); V. cholerae strain isolated from water (Lane 1); V. cholerae showing isolates from patients (Lanes 2-5); V. cholerae strain 01 El Tor from the Spanish type culture collection (Lane 6).
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