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From: Multilocus variable-number tandem-repeat analysis of clinical isolates of Aspergillus flavus from Iran reveals the first cases of Aspergillus minisclerotigenesassociated with human infection

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Neighbor-joining phylograms of clinical and environmental Aspergillus flavus isolates based on MLV data. A) Iranian and Australian isolates; B) Inclusion of additional Group II/A. minisclerotigenes isolates. Iranian clinical isolates 66401 and 66161 lie within the Group II/A. minisclerotigenes group, while isolate 65728 lies on the outside of this group.

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