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Determination of circulating Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains and transmission patterns among pulmonary TB patients in Kawempe municipality, Uganda, using MIRU-VNTR

Lydia Nabyonga, David P Kateete, Fred A Katabazi, Paul R Odong, Christopher C Whalen, Katherine R Dickman and Joloba L Moses*

BMC Research Notes 2011, 4:280  doi:10.1186/1756-0500-4-280

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Correction: legend to Figure 1

David Kateete   (2011-09-27 16:01)  Makerere University College of Health Sciences email

Legend to Figure one should read: Neighbor joining dendrogram showing clustering among the genotyped MTB strains. The 15 clusters are indicated with a numerical red font. The order of MIRU loci is as follows, left to right: 424, 577, 580, 802, 960, 1644, 1955, 2163b, 2165, 2401, 2996, 3192, 3690, 4052 and 4156.
The last two MIRU loci (i.e., 4052 and 4156) were incorrectly labelled as 4952 and 4150, respectively.

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