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The genetic diversity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and an assessment of risk factors (by the method of molecular epidemiology) of tuberculosis spread in Russia's Siberian region



The genetic diversity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and an assessment of risk factors (by the method of molecular epidemiology) of tuberculosis spread in Russia's Siberian region



Molekulyarnaya Genetika Mikrobiologiya i Virusologiya (3): 9-18



Molecular epidemiology approaches provided for a new interpretation of the TB infection transmission dynamics, contributed to changing the focuses of attention and updated the monitoring practice.

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