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  • African 1, an epidemiologically important clonal complex of mycobacterium bovis dominant in Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, and Chad 

    Muller B.; Hilty M.; Berg S.; Garcia-Pelayo M.C.; Dale J.; Boschiroli M.L.; Cadmus S.; Ngandolo B.N.R.; Godreuil S.; Diguimbaye-Djaibe C.; Kazwala R.; Bonfoh B.; Njanpop-Lafourcade B.M.; Sahraoui N.; Guetarni D.; Aseffa A.; Mekonnen M.H.; Razanamparany V.R.; Ramarokoto H.; Djonne B.; Oloya J.; Machado A.; Mucavele C.; Skjerve E.; Portaels F.; Rigouts L.; Michel A.; Muller A.; Kallenius G.; Van Helden P.D.; Hewinson R.G.; Zinsstag J.; Gordon S.V.; Smith N.H. (2009)
    We have identified a clonal complex of Mycobacterium bovis present at high frequency in cattle in population samples from several sub-Saharan west-central African countries. This closely related group of bacteria is defined ...

  • African 2, a Clonal Complex of Mycobacterium bovis Epidemiologically Important in East Africa 

    Berg S.; Garcia-Pelayo M.C.; Muller B.; Hailu E.; Asiimwe B.; Kremer K.; Dale J.; Boniotti M.B.; Rodriguez S.; Hilty M.; Rigouts L.; Firdessa R.; Machado A.; Mucavele C.; Ngandolo B.N.R.; Bruchfeld J.; Boschiroli L.; Muller A.; Sahraoui N.; Pacciarini M.; Cadmus S.; Joloba M.; van Soolingen D.; Michel A.L.; Djonne B.; Aranaz A.; Zinsstag J.; van Helden P.; Portaels F.; Kazwala R.; Kallenius G.; Hewinson R.G.; Aseffa A.; Gordon S.V.; Smith N.H. (2012)
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  • African 2, a clonal complex of Mycobacterium bovis epidemiologically important in East Africa 

    Berg S.; Garcia-Pelayo M.C.; Muller B.; Hailu E.; Asiimwe B.; Kremer K.; Dale J.; Boniotti M.B.; Rodriguez S.; Hilty M.; Rigouts L.; Firdessa R.; MacHado A.; Mucavele C.; Ngandolo B.N.R.; Bruchfeld J.; Boschiroli L.; Muller A.; Sahraoui N.; Pacciarini M.; Cadmus S.; Joloba M.; Van Soolingen D.; Michel A.L.; Djonne B.; Aranaz A.; Zinsstag J.; Van Helden P.; Portaels F.; Kazwala R.; Kallenius G.; Hewinson R.G.; Aseffa A.; Gordon S.V.; Smith N.H. (2011)
    We have identified a clonal complex of Mycobacterium bovis isolated at high frequency from cattle in Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania, and Ethiopia. We have named this related group of M. bovis strains the African 2 (Af2) clonal ...

  • European 1: A globally important clonal complex of Mycobacterium bovis 

    Smith N.H.; Berg S.; Dale J.; Allen A.; Rodriguez S.; Romero B.; Matos F.; Ghebremichael S.; Karoui C.; Donati C.; Machado A.D.C.; Mucavele C.; Kazwala R.R.; Hilty M.; Cadmus S.; Ngandolo B.N.R.; Habtamu M.; Oloya J.; Muller A.; Milian-Suazo F.; Andrievskaia O.; Projahn M.; Barandiaran S.; Macias A.; Muller B.; Zanini M.S.; Ikuta C.Y.; Rodriguez C.A.R.; Pinheiro S.R.; Figueroa A.; Cho S.-N.; Mosavari N.; Chuang P.-C.; Jou R.; Zinsstag J.; van Soolingen D.; Costello E.; Aseffa A.; Proano-Perez F.; Portaels F.; Rigouts L.; Cataldi A.A.; Collins D.M.; Boschiroli M.L.; Hewinson R.G.; Neto J.S.F.; Surujballi O.; Tadyon K.; Botelho A.; Zarraga A.M.; Buller N.; Skuce R.; Michel A.; Aranaz A.; Gordon S.V.; Jeon B.-Y.; Kallenius G.; Niemann S.; Boniotti M.B.; van Helden P.D.; Harris B.; Zumarraga M.J.; Kremer K. (2011)
    We have identified a globally important clonal complex of Mycobacterium bovis by deletion analysis of over one thousand strains from over 30 countries. We initially show that over 99% of the strains of M. bovis, the cause ...