Volume 15, Number 3—March 2009
Rickettsia spp. in Ticks, Poland
|No.||Primers||Fragment gene (size, bp)||Nucleotide sequences (5′ → 3′)||Reference|
|2||Rr190-70||Outer membrane protein A
|3||Rr17.61p||17-kDa genus-common antigen (434)||GCTCTTGCA ACT TCT ATG TT||(7)|
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