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  • n. A technique for the identification and analysis of polymorphism in certain types of repeat units in DNA

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Examples

  • Driscoll JR, Rigouts L, Prodinger WM, Gori A, et al. (2006) Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex genetic diversity: mining the fourth international spoligotyping database (SpolDB4) for classification, population genetics and epidemiology.

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  • In a population-based study in rural Malawi we have examined smears and cultures from tuberculosis patients over a 20-year period using spoligotyping.

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  • RFLP fingerprinting has been done in the UK on specimens from 1996, and spoligotyping on all cultures from late 2005 onwards

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  • Genotyping was performed using spoligotyping and RFLP.

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  • BC, Antonio M, Awine T, Ogungbemi K, de Jong YP, et al. (2009) Use of spoligotyping and large sequence polymorphisms to study the population structure of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in a cohort study of consecutive smear-positive tuberculosis cases in The Gambia.

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  • The first is the incomplete set of spoligotyping data, with results in only 49 of 118 pulmonary TB admissions.

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  • It is possible that transmission occurred from other patients for whom spoligotyping was unavailable, but certain factors suggest that this is not the case.

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  • One infected two animals with an MDR TB strain not seen amongst patients 'spoligotyping results.

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  • For the 49 admissions with spoligotyping results, 25 different patterns were observed, none of which corresponded to Beijing strains of

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  • In ten guinea pigs, spoligotyping was performed on positive cultures from three separately dissected tissues (lymph nodes, lung, spleen).

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