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Table 3 Serovars detected in Chlamydia trachomatis positive samples.

From: 'The difference in determinants of Chlamydia trachomatis and Mycoplasma genitalium in a sample of young Australian women.'

   Nucleotide Variant change   Genbank accession number
Chlamydia genotype Frequency N (%) Positiona Nucleotide Amino acid Reference strain Reference This study
D 2 (3.6) - - - D-IC-CAL8 DQ06428 HM230054
E 27 (49.0) - - - E-Bour X52557 HM230055
E variantb 1 (1.8) 372 C > T Silent (C) E-Bour X52557 HM230056
F 12 (21.8) - - - F-IC-Cal13 X52080 HM230057
G 3 (5.5) - - - G-DK-K1 AM90115 HM230058
G variantc 2 (3.6) 487; 1003 A > G; T > G S > G; S > A G-DK-K1 AM90115 HM230059
Ia 1 (1.8) - - - Ia-IU-TC0167ut FJ26194 HM230061
J 1 (1.8) - - - J-UW-36 DQ06429 HM230062
K 3 (5.5) - - - K-UW-31 DQ06429 HM230063
N/Ad 2 (3.6)       
Total 55       
  1. a - based on reference strain omp1 sequence
  2. b - E variant has 100% homology to Genbank sequence GU903922 (C. trachomatis strain 1969 from Australian MSM population)
  3. c - G variant has 100% homology to Genbank sequence FJ261928 (G/IU-FW0267)
  4. d - N/A: serovar unable to be determined.