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Figure 1: (A and B) PRA profiles for mycobacterial species detected in clinical isolates. (A) CfoI digests. Lane 1 is 50 bp DNA marker. Lane 2 is the undigested positive control H37Rv. Lane 10 is the digested positive control H37Rv. Lanes 3–9 are clinical isolates. Lanes 3, 6–8 are M. intracellulare. Lane 4 is M. fortuitum. Lanes 5 and 9 are clinical isolates of M. tuberculosis. (B) Sau96I digests. Lane 1 is 50 bp DNA marker. Lane 2 is the undigested positive control H37Rv. Lane 10 is the digested positive control H37Rv. Lanes 3–9 are clinical isolates. Lanes 3, 6–8 are M. intracellulare. Lane 4 is M. fortuitum. Lanes 5 and 9 are clinical isolates of M. tuberculosis.

Figure 1: (A and B) PRA profiles for mycobacterial species detected in clinical isolates. (A) CfoI digests. Lane 1 is 50 bp DNA marker. Lane 2 is the undigested positive control H37Rv. Lane 10 is the digested positive control H37Rv. Lanes 3–9 are clinical isolates. Lanes 3, 6–8 are <i>M. intracellulare</i>. Lane 4 is <i>M. fortuitum</i>. Lanes 5 and 9 are clinical isolates of <i>M. tuberculosis</i>. (B) Sau96I digests. Lane 1 is 50 bp DNA marker. Lane 2 is the undigested positive control H37Rv. Lane 10 is the digested positive control H37Rv. Lanes 3–9 are clinical isolates. Lanes 3, 6–8 are <i>M. intracellulare</i>. Lane 4 is <i>M. fortuitum</i>. Lanes 5 and 9 are clinical isolates of <i>M. tuberculosis</i>.