Volume 18, Number 1—January 2012
Spoligotyping of Mycobacterium africanum, Burkina Faso
|Clade†||No. (%) isolates, n = 72‡|
|Including CAM_family prototype = SIT61||14 (19)|
|Other CAM||4 (6)|
|Including T1||10 (13.9)|
|Undefined T1-T2||2 (2.8)|
|Including H1||7 (9.7)|
|Including X3||1 (1.4)|
|M. africanum I (WA I and WA 2)||16 (22.2)|
|M. bovis||1 (1.4)|
*CAM, Cameroon; SIT, spoligo-international type; WA, West African; CAS, Central Asian; LAM, Latino American–Mediterranean.
†Described in (9).
‡Excludes 4 new and 4 unclassified genotypes.
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