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Volume 8, Number 3—March 2002

Research

Novel Cryptosporidium Genotypes in Sporadic Cryptosporidiosis Cases: First Report of Human Infections with a Cervine Genotype

Corinne S. L. Ong*†Comments to Author , Diane L. Eisler*, Alireza Alikhani*, Vicki W. K. Fung*, Joan Tomblin‡, William R. Bowie*, and Judith L. Isaac-Renton*†
Author affiliations: *University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia; †BC Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver, British Columbia; ‡BC Biomedical Laboratories Ltd., Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.;

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Figure 3

Restriction profiles obtained after digestion of polymerase chain reaction products from the Cryptosporidium oocyst wall protein locus with Rsa I. Lanes 1- 3-, 100-, 50-, and 10-bp ladder molecular weight markers; lanes 4 and 6, bovine genotype 2 isolates; lanes 7 and 8, human genotype 1 isolates; lane 9, cervine genotype isolate MH205; and lane 10, C. meleagridis isolate CS33

Figure 3. Restriction profiles obtained after digestion of polymerase chain reaction products from the Cryptosporidium oocyst wall protein locus with Rsa I. Lanes 1- 3-, 100-, 50-, and 10-bp ladder molecular weight markers; lanes 4 and 6, bovine genotype 2 isolates; lanes 7 and 8, human genotype 1 isolates; lane 9, cervine genotype isolate MH205; and lane 10, C. meleagridis isolate CS33

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