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Volume 8, Number 11—November 2002
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Tuberculosis Genotyping

Tuberculosis Genotyping Network, United States

National Tuberculosis Genotyping and Surveillance Network: Analysis of the Genotype Database

Lauren S. Cowan* and Jack T. Crawford*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA;

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Figure 4

Prototype patterns for genotype sets. Set A: FP 00102; Set B: FP 04924; Set C: FP 02789; Set D: FP 02646; Set E: FP 02170; Set F: FP 04666; and W-Beijing family: FP 00237. The size of each band and the percentage of patterns in the set with each band are indicated on the pattern obtained by restriction fragment length polymorphism typing. For sets A–, only the bands common to the six prototype patterns were analyzed.

Figure 4. Prototype patterns for genotype sets. Set A: FP 00102; Set B: FP 04924; Set C: FP 02789; Set D: FP 02646; Set E: FP 02170; Set F: FP 04666; and W-Beijing family: FP 00237. The size of each band and the percentage of patterns in the set with each band are indicated on the pattern obtained by restriction fragment length polymorphism typing. For sets A–, only the bands common to the six prototype patterns were analyzed.

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