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From: Does typing of Chlamydia trachomatis using housekeeping multilocus sequence typing reveal different sexual networks among heterosexuals and men who have sex with men?

Fig. 1

Minimum spanning tree showing the clustering of 187 Chlamydia trachomatis-positive specimens from MSM and heterosexuals. Each circle represents one ST. Size of the circles is proportional to the number of identical ST profiles. Bold lines connect types that differ for one single locus. Halos indicate the distinct clusters. a Minimum spanning tree showing the clustering of the C. trachomatis-positive specimens according to the MLST-7 scheme; b Minimum spanning tree showing the clustering of the C. trachomatis-positive specimens according to the hr-MLST-6 scheme. The colour coding is: red, men who have sex with men (n = 91); green, heterosexuals (n = 96)

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