data). (PDF 284 kb). (PDF 284 KB) Additional file 2 Table S3.: List of Brucella DNA samples tested with CUMA. DNA samples came from the following institutions, Louisiana State University (LSU), California Department of Health Services (CDHS), U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Alaska Public Health
Laboratory (APHL), Brigham Young University (BYU), U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), USDA-National Animal Disease Center (NADC), and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS). Samples with a species name in the branch column were genotyped as that species using assays in (Foster Sepantronium clinical trial et al. 2008) but gave all ancestral SNP alleles in our assays. Assays for B. abortus in blue B. melitensis in pink, and B. suis/canis in green, which correspond to the branches in Figure 1. The 85 samples also run in the MIP assay have an asterisk, except for 3 samples not run on CUMA. Samples likely mislabeled, due to incorrect branch assignment based on species/biovar, are VX 770 highlighted in yellow. (PDF 135 kb). (PDF 135 SP600125 in vitro KB) Additional file 3 Table S1.: List of 28 whole genomes used for in silico comparisons to SNP alleles from MIP assay. (PDF 62 kb). (DOCX 86 KB) Additional file 4 Table S2.: List of Brucella isolates used in 17 CUMA assays, including isolate name,
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