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Figure 6 | BMC Bioinformatics

Figure 6

From: Models of deletion for visualizing bacterial variation: an application to tuberculosis spoligotypes

Figure 6

Spoligoforest of Caribbean data in Duchene et al. [25]. Spoligoforest for the Caribbean data set (from Cuba, Haiti and French Antilles) in [25]. The clustering of spoligotypes from the LAM group appears in the subtree with ST 42 at the top. This group is highlighted in the spoligoforest, and corresponds to clade 2-1 discussed in [25], which includes the LAM3 and LAM9 families.

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