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Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex Genotype Diversity and Drug Resistance Profiles in a Pediatric Population in Mexico

Table 4

Description of shared types representing clustered strains and their worldwide distribution.

SIT (Clade), octal number spoligotype descriptionTotal (%)
in this study
% in this study versus databaseDistribution in regions with ≥5% of a given SITDistribution in countries with ≥5% of a given SIT

239042.tab.004a2 (2.2)0.19AFRI-S 31.46, AMER-S 21.68, AMER-N 15.78, EURO-S 13.36, EURO-W 5.32ZAF 31.46,
USA 15.39,
BRA 8.81,
ESP 8.62,
ARG 5.52,
PER 5.42

239042.tab.004b12 (13.3)0.44AMER-S 28.25, AMER-N 15.85, EURO-S 12.11, AFRI-N 10.44, EURO-W 6.65USA 14.44,
BRA 9.78,
MAR 8.58,
COL 7.45,
ITA 6.36

239042.tab.004c4 (4.4)0.32AMER-N 21.20, EURO-W 20.06, EURO-S 13.73, AMER-S 10.40, EURO-E 8.37USA 19.33,
AUT 10.24,
ITA 7.23,
BRA 5.85

239042.tab.004d2 (2.2)1.46AMER-N 21.90, EURO-N 21.17, EURO-W 13.14, AMER-S 12.41, EURO-S 10.95, AFRI-M 5.84USA 18.98,
FIN 16.79,
PER 5.84,
AUT 5.11,
PRT 5.11,
FXX 5.11

239042.tab.004e3 (3.3)0.11AMER-N 21.94, AMER-S 15.88, EURO-W 15.34, EURO-S 12.62, EURO-E 6.45, AFRI-N 5.16USA 21.33,
AUT 7.38,
ESP 6.59,
ITA 5.27

239042.tab.004f9 (10.0)0.18AMER-N 19.55, AMER-S 14.24, EURO-W 12.62, EURO-S 9.87, ASIA-W 8.55, AFRI-S 6.40USA 17.05,
ZAF 6.26,
ITA 5.05

239042.tab.004g3 (3.3)2.59AMER-N 68.10, CARI 17.24, AMER-S 5.17USA 60.34,
MEX 7.76,
BHS 6.90,
HTI 6.90,
GUF 5.17

239042.tab.004h4 (4.4)0.39AMER-N 70.10, AFRI-S 14.02USA 61.76,
ZAF 14.02,
MEX 7.65

239042.tab.004i2 (2.2)50.00ASIA-S 50.00, AMER-N 50.00MEX 50.00,
IND 50.00

239042.tab.004j2 (2.2)14.29EURO-S 35.71, ASIA-W 21.43, AMER-N 14.29, ASIA-SE 7.14, AMER-S 7.14, EURO-W 7.14, ASIA-E 7.14ESP 28.57,
MEX 14.29,
TUR 14.29,
ITA 7.14,
NLD 7.14,
SAU 7.14,
TWN 7.14,
COL 7.14,
MYS 7.14

239042.tab.004k2 (2.2)100.00AMER-N 100.00MEX 100.00

239042.tab.004l2 (2.2)66.67AMER-N 66.67, ASIA-W 33.33MEX 66.67,
SAU 33.33

Worldwide distribution is reported for regions with ≥5% of a given SITs as compared to their total number in the SITVIT2 database. The definition of macrogeographical regions and subregions (http://unstats.un.org/unsd/methods/m49/m49regin.htm) is according to the United Nations; Regions: AFRI (Africa), AMER (Americas), ASIA (Asia), EURO (Europe), and OCE (Oceania), subdivided in: E (Eastern), M (Middle), C (Central), N (Northern), S (Southern), SE (South-Eastern), and W (Western). Furthermore, CARIB (Caribbean) belongs to Americas, while Oceania is subdivided in 4 subregions: AUST (Australasia), MEL (Melanesia), MIC (Micronesia), and POLY (Polynesia). Note that in our classification scheme, Russia has been attributed a new sub-region by itself (Northern Asia) instead of including it among rest of the Eastern Europe. It reflects its geographical localization as well as due to the similarity of specific TB genotypes circulating in Russia (a majority of Beijing genotypes) with those prevalent in Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern Asia.
The 3 letter country codes are according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-3; countrywide distribution is only shown for SITs with ≥5% of a given SITs as compared to their total number in the SITVIT2 database.

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