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Table 3 Spoligopatterns of shared types and corresponding lineages identified from tuberculous lymphadenitis patients in northwestern Ethiopia

From: Preliminary investigation of the transmission of tuberculosis between farmers and their cattle in smallholder farms in northwestern Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

SIT No. of isolates SITVIT clad by KBBN Major lineage by CBN Octal number Binary format
37 1 T3 EA 777737777760771
42 1 LAM EA 777777607760771
50 1 H3 EA 777777777720771
52 1 T2 EA 777777777760731
53 4 T EA 503777740003771
131 1 T3 EA 777717777760771
134 2 H3 EA 777777777720631
149 2 T3-ETH EA 777000377760771
168 1 H3 EA 777777777720671
334 1 T EA 577777777760771
602 1 H1 EA 777777770000771
1745 1 T3 EA 773737777760771
25 2 CAS1-Delhi EAI 503757740003471
26 1 CAS1-Delhi EAI 703777740003771
289 4 CAS1-Delhi EAI 703777740003571
982 1 BOV M. bovis 416773777777600
665 1 BOV_1 M. bovis 616773777777600
  1. The 40 isolates were grouped into 31 different spoligotype patterns (strains). Of which 17 strains (patterns) have registered in the SITVIT2 database and the remaining 14 patters were orphans and presented in this table. Five patterns were in clusters, containing 14 isolates (2–4 isolates per cluster), and the dominant strains were SIT53 and SIT289 with 4 isolates each. The fifteen strains were belongs to Euro-American (12 patterns) and East-African Indian (3 patterns), and the remaining two strains were belonging to M. bovis
  2. KBBN knowledge-based Bayesian networks, CBN conformal Bayesian network