Download and fill this Excel File with your data, then upload it to search for similar profiles in SITVIT2. If you are using a recent version of Microsof Excel, please convert your file to Excel 2003 (XLSX files are not allowed in this analysis).
Make sure that you are strictly respecting the good format for all Spoligotype and MIRU-VNTR markers.
If you entered your spoligotype patterns at the binary format (o/n), it will be automatilcally converted into the octal format and vice versa. Note that the order of loci for MIRU-VNTRs are as follows:
Furthermore, the MIRU-VNTRs loci labeled by letters A, B, C ... indicate respectively 10, 11, or 12 etc... number of copies.
Not defined (ND) statement indicates that a spoligotype or MIRU pattern does not exist in our database (i.e. this profile could be either null, an orphan, or a new pattern not yet reported in our database).
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