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Caption: Figure 1: Single- and multilocus sequence analysis of Methanobrevibacter and Methanosphaera species.
It has been reported that the multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA) of housekeeping genes is a useful approach for rapid classification and identification of Pantoea strains with high phenotypic similarity and is more reliable than 16S rRNA sequences [10].
Multilocus Sequence Analysis (MLSA) was performed using nine unique genome sequences amplified through PCR according to the procedure illustrated by Whatmore et al.
Multilocus sequence analysis was performed using the MLST scheme developed by Margos et al.
Scanlan, "Multilocus sequence analysis, taxonomic resolution and biogeography of marine Synechococcus," Environmental Microbiology, vol.
No consensus guidelines are available for mycobacterial identification, but the rpoB gene has been used widely as a target gene; multilocus sequence analysis also has been used recently (3,4).
Multilocus sequence analysis of ompA-ompB sequences (Figure, panel B) and in silico PstI and RsaI restriction analysis of ompA sequences also confirmed the identity of the Rickettsia spp.
albertii, we randomly selected 6 strains and determined their phylogeny by multilocus sequence analysis as described (5) (online Technical Appendix Table).
Multilocus sequence analysis (Figure, panel A) and in silico PstI-RsaI restriction analysis of ompA sequences also confirmed the identity of the Rickettsia spp.
microti, these strains were subjected to multilocus sequence analysis and multilocus variable number of tandem repeat analysis (MLVA) as described (1,3-5).