Volume 15, Number 10—October 2009
Fine-scale Identification of the Most Likely Source of a Human Plague Infection
|CDC isolate ID||Collection date||Collection source||MLVA genotype†||Flea source of Y. pestis isolate||Rodent source of flea|
|NM024452||2002 Nov 5||Human||A||NA (human)||NA (human)|
|NM02-1852-138||2002 Jul 17||Yard||B||Orchopeas sexdentatus||Neotoma micropus|
|NM02-1856-140||2002 Jul 18||Yard||B||O. neotomae||N. micropus|
|NM02-4477-309||2002 Nov 9||Yard||B||Peromyscopsylla hesperomys||Peromyscus leucopus|
|ED425||2003 Apr 4||Trail||C||O. sexdentatus||N. micropus|
*CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; ID, identification number; MLVA, multiple locus variable-number tandem repeat analysis; NA, not applicable.
†See Figure 2.
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