Correction: Multilocus Sequence Analysis for Leishmania braziliensis Outbreak Investigation

@inproceedings{Marlow2014CorrectionMS,
  title={Correction: Multilocus Sequence Analysis for Leishmania braziliensis Outbreak Investigation},
  author={Mariel Asbury Marlow and Mariana C{\^o}rtes Boit{\'e} and Gabriel Eduardo Melim Ferreira and M{\'a}rio Steindel and Elisa Cupolillo},
  booktitle={PLoS neglected tropical diseases},
  year={2014}
}
With the emergence of leishmaniasis in new regions around the world, molecular epidemiological methods with adequate discriminatory power, reproducibility, high throughput and inter-laboratory comparability are needed for outbreak investigation of this complex parasitic disease. As multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA) has been projected as the future gold standard technique for Leishmania species characterization, we propose a MLSA panel of six housekeeping gene loci (6pgd, mpi, icd, hsp70… CONTINUE READING