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Research Article

High Intraspecific Genetic Diversity of Nocardia brasiliensis, a Pathogen Responsible for Cutaneous Nocardiosis Found in France: Phylogenetic Relationships by Using sod and hsp65 Genes

Table 2

Percentage of similarity expressed in interval and mean for sodA-hsp65 and rrs genes.

N. brasiliensis HUJEG01N. brasiliensis ATCC 19296N. vulneris DSM 45737

N. brasiliensis ATCC 19296Similarity average (%)98.5199.82----
N. vulneris DSM 4573798.3898.7398.5198.55--
N. altamirensis DSM 4499795.9198.2495.4198.0795.9197.47
N. boironii DSM 10169696.5398.0796.2897.8996.1597.29
N. iowensis DSM 4519794.9197.8995.2997.7194.5497.64
N. tenerifensis DSM 4470496.2896.6796.0396.4995.9196.03

Genotype 1Similarity range (%)(97.77–98.38)-(97.77–98.26)-(97.52–98.14)-
Similarity average (%)98.01-97.99-97.67-

Genotype 2Similarity range (%)(98.39–98.88)-(98.88–99.38)-(98.63–98.88)-
Similarity average (%)98.73-99.19-98.80-

Genotype 3Similarity range (%)(98.14–98.88)-(98.26–99.00)-(98.01–98.76)-
Similarity average (%)98.63-98.76-98.50-

All clinical strainsSimilarity range (%)-(98.57–100)-(98.38–99.82)-(98.01–99.09)
Similarity average (%)-99.57-99.39-98.77

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