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  • noun Plural form of spoligotype.

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Examples

  • Both spoligotypes ST21 and ST129 had previously been noted to be the spoligotypes of two of the common RFLP-defined clusters identified in the Karonga population

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  • The results suggest that Lineage 4, and particularly strains with spoligotypes similar to

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  • The Lineage 1/EAI strains were more varied: 10 different spoligotypes.

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  • The early predominance of Lineage 4 has decreased over time, with concomitant increases in the other 3 Lineages, in particular of spoligotypes ST1 (Beijing),

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  • Overall 377 spoligotypes were available from 347 patients. 29 patients had multiple specimens

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  • The spoligotypes obtained were compared with the SITVIT2 proprietary database of the Pasteur

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  • Trends over time for lineages, spoligotype families and the commoner spoligotypes.

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  • Analyses assessed the trends over time in lineages, spoligotype families, and spoligotypes.

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  • 6110 RFLP similarity of the M tuberculosis strains. 760 spoligotypes were obtained from smears from 518 patients from 1986-2002, and 377 spoligotypes from cultures from

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  • 6110 RFLP similarity of the M tuberculosis strains. 760 spoligotypes were obtained from smears from 518 patients from 1986-2002, and 377 spoligotypes from cultures from

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