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Volume 8, Number 8—August 2002

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Human Infection Caused by Leptospira fainei

Jean-Pierre Arzouni*, Philippe Parola*†, Bernard La Scola*, Danièle Postic‡, Philippe Brouqui*†, and Didier Raoult*†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Unité des Rickettsies, Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France; †Service des Maladies Infectieuses et Tropicales, Marseille, France; ‡Institut Pasteur, Paris, France;

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Figure 2

NotI restriction patterns of Leptospira strains obtained with the Bio-Rad apparatus (Richmond, CA) with a pulse time ramped from 5 to 90 s for 36 h. The lanes contain lambda concatemers (lanes 1 and 10) and DNA from isolates: patient strain (lane 2); L. fainei hurstbridge, strain But 6 (lane 3); L. inadai Lyme, strain 10 (lane 4); L. inadai biflexa, strain LT430 (lane 5); L. biflexa patoc, strain Patoc I (lane 6); L. meyeri semaranga, strain VS173 (lane 7); L. kirschneri grippotyphosa, strain MoskvaV (lane 8); and L. interrogans icterohaemorrhagiae, strain Verdun (lane 9).

Figure 2NotI restriction patterns of Leptospira strains obtained with the Bio-Rad apparatus (Richmond, CA) with a pulse time ramped from 5 to 90 s for 36 h. The lanes contain lambda concatemers (lanes 1 and 10) and DNA from isolates: patient strain (lane 2); L. fainei hurstbridge, strain But 6 (lane 3); L. inadai Lyme, strain 10 (lane 4); L. inadai biflexa, strain LT430 (lane 5); L. biflexa patoc, strain Patoc I (lane 6); L. meyeri semaranga, strain VS173 (lane 7); L. kirschneri grippotyphosa, strain MoskvaV (lane 8); and L. interrogans icterohaemorrhagiae, strain Verdun (lane 9).

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