Publicação: 26 de dezembro de 2018
Simone G. Senna, Jaqueline Battilana, Juliana C. Costa, Marlei G. Silva, Rafael S. Duarte, Leila S. Fonseca, Philip N. Suffys, and Mauricio R. Bogo
This study evaluated the biodiversity of 28 clinical and 24 environmental Mycobacterium isolates from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by using hsp65 sequences, with the aim of contributing to a better understanding of the genetic diversity and usefulness of this marker. An extensive phylogenetic analysis was performed. The nucleotide diversity was similar between clinical (0.06508) and environmental (0.06221) isolates.
PDF: Sequencing of hsp65 Gene for Identification of Mycobacterium Species Isolated from Environmental and Clinical Sources in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil