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The repetitive element RLEP is a highly specific target for detection of Mycobacterium leprae. / Braet, S.; Vandelannoote, K.; Meehan, C. J.; Fontes, A. N. Brum; Hasker, E.; Rosa, P. S.; Lucena-Silva, N.; Rigouts, L.; Suffys, P. N.; De Jong, B. C.

In: Journal of Clinical Microbiology, Vol. 56, Nr. 3, UNSP e01924-17, 2018.

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Braet, S. ; Vandelannoote, K. ; Meehan, C. J. ; Fontes, A. N. Brum ; Hasker, E. ; Rosa, P. S. ; Lucena-Silva, N. ; Rigouts, L. ; Suffys, P. N. ; De Jong, B. C. / The repetitive element RLEP is a highly specific target for detection of Mycobacterium leprae. In: Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 2018 ; Vol. 56, Nr. 3.

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title = "The repetitive element RLEP is a highly specific target for detection of Mycobacterium leprae",
keywords = "leprosy, diagnosis, specificity, RLEP qPCR",
author = "S. Braet and K. Vandelannoote and Meehan, {C. J.} and Fontes, {A. N. Brum} and E. Hasker and Rosa, {P. S.} and N. Lucena-Silva and L. Rigouts and Suffys, {P. N.} and {De Jong}, {B. C.}",
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doi = "10.1128/JCM.01924-17",
language = "English",
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AU - Hasker, E.

AU - Rosa, P. S.

AU - Lucena-Silva, N.

AU - Rigouts, L.

AU - Suffys, P. N.

AU - De Jong, B. C.

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