X 2 (7)Case 2 (7) Case Unknown 10 (33) Case 3 (10) Case Multi-drug resistant atrains Known 17 (57) Case 24 (80) Case Haarlem 4 (14) Case 6 (20) Case Dehli/CAS 4 (14) Case 5 (16) Case LAM 3 (10) Case 4 (14) Case Ugandal 2 (7) Case 2 (7) Case Cameron 1 (3) Case 2 (7) Case Beijing 1 (3) Case 1 (3) Case Ghana 0 (0) Case 1 (3) Case Bovis 1 (3) Case 1 (3) Case Caparie 1 (3) Case 1 (3) Case MX 0 (0) Case 1 (3) Case Unknown 13 (43) Case 6 (20) Case All strains Known 37 (62) Case 51 (85) Case Unknown 23 (38) Case 9 (15) Case MIRU-VNTR: Mycobacterial Interspersed Repetitive Units Variable Number Tandem Repeat
Genotypic variation and stability of four variable-number tandem repeats
and their suitability for discriminating strains of Mycobacterium leprae.
Typing of Thai clinical isolates of Mycobacterium leprae and analysis of leprosy transmission by polymorphism of tandem repeats
Analysis and interpretation of short tandem repeat
microvariants and three-banded allele patterns using multiple allele detection systems, Journal of Forensic Sciences (1999) 44:87-94.
These sequences, also called short tandem repeats
(STRs), have been demonstrated as important markers for disease diagnostics, genetic mapping, and human identification.
Allele distributions for two tetrameric short tandem repeat
(STR) loci, D2S1338 and D19S433, were determined in African Americans, U.
Analysis of short tandem repeat
polymorphisms in human DNA by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry.
The StemElite ID System incorporates the same short tandem repeat
(STR) analysis technology as Promega PowerPlex([R]) products used for genetic identity by forensics labs world wide.
All isolates were characterized by multilocus variable-number tandem repeat
analysis, and 1 isolate was analyzed by whole-genome sequencing and single-nucleotide polymorphism analysis (10,11).
Many of these systems exploit highly polymorphic short tandem repeat
(STR) sequences, which offer an extremely high degree of discrimination between individuals within a population (Fregeau et al.
Some of the topics included are DNA isolation, slot-blot quantification, restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP)-Southern blotting, PCR [both dot blot and short tandem repeat
(STR) analysis], mitochondrial DNA sequencing, and capillary electrophoresis as well as a review of the statistical evaluation of forensic casework results.
Elucigene QST*R tests cover a range of DNA-based multiplexed diagnostic assays that use short tandem repeat
(STR) markers to detect the three most common viable autosomal trisomies: Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome and Patau syndrome.