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Identification of Melioidosis Outbreak by Multilocus Variable Number Tandem Repeat Analysis

By Bart J. Currie, Asha Haslem, Talima Pearson, Heidie Hornstra, Benjamin Leadem, Mark Mayo, Daniel Gal, Linda Ward, Daniel Godoy, Brian G. Spratt and Paul Keim

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One-sentence summary for table of contents: This analysis can identify a clonal outbreak of this disease within 8 hours of receipt of bacterial isolates

Topics: Research
Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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