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Volume 25, Number 7—July 2019

Mitochondrial Junction Region as Genotyping Marker for Cyclospora cayetanensis

Fernanda S. Nascimento, John R. Barta, Julia Whale, Jessica N. Hofstetter, Shannon Casillas, Joel Barratt, Eldin Talundzic, Michael J. Arrowood, and Yvonne QvarnstromComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (F.S. Nascimento, J.N. Hofstetter, S. Casillas, J. Barratt, E. Talundzic, M.J. Arrowood, Y. Qvarnstrom); University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada (J.R. Barta, J. Whale)

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Table 1

Cyclospora cayetanensis mitochondrial junction types identified among 132 samples collected in different states, United States, 2013–2016*

Mitochondrial junction type No. samples Collection year (state)
Cmt154.A 50 2013 (TX); 2014 (MI, SC, TX); 2015 (GA, IL, TX, WI); 2016 (FL, GA, NE, TX)
Cmt154.B 34 2014–2016 (TX); 2016 (NE)
Cmt154.C 2 2013 (TX); 2015 (TX)
Cmt154.D 1 2015 (TX)
Cmt169.A 12 2013 (FL, TX); 2014 (MA, OH, PA)
Cmt169.B 7 2014–2016 (TX); 2015 (WI)
Cmt184.A 6 2013 (IA)
Cmt184.B 7 2014 (MA, MI, PA, TX); 2016 (FL)
Cmt184.C 5 2014 (ME); 2015 (TX)
Cmt184.D 3 2014 (MI, TX); 2016 (NE)
Cmt184.E 1 2013 (TX)
Cmt199.A 2 2014 (TX), 2016 (NE)
Cmt199.B 1 2014 (MA)
Cmt199.C 1 2016 (FL)

*Cmt, Cyclospora mitochondrial junction.

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