Population Genomics and Inference of Mycobacterium avium Complex Clusters in Cystic Fibrosis Care Centers, United States
Nabeeh A. Hasan1
, Rebecca M. Davidson1
, L. Elaine Epperson, Sara M. Kammlade, Sean Beagle, Adrah R. Levin, Vinicius Calado de Moura, Joshua J. Hunkins, Natalia Weakly, Scott D. Sagel, Stacey L. Martiniano, Max Salfinger, Charles L. Daley, Jerry A. Nick, and Michael Strong
Author affiliations: National Jewish Health, Denver, Colorado, USA (N.A. Hasan, R.M. Davidson, L.E. Epperson, S.M. Kammlade, S. Beagle, A.R. Levin, V. Calado de Moura, J.J. Hunkins, N. Weakly, C.L. Daley, J.A. Nick, M. Strong); University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, Colorado, USA (S.D. Sagel, S.L. Martiniano); University of South Florida College of Public Health and Morsani College of Medicine, Tampa, Florida, USA (M. Salfinger)
Figure 2. Geographic distribution of 364 Mycobacterium avium complex isolates from 186 patients, by cystic fibrosis care center state of origin in study of M. avium complex clusters in cystic fibrosis centers, United States. Numbers in each state are the number of patients with cystic fibrosis and total isolates contributed from centers within the state.
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