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Table 3 Details of ancient M . leprae strains with known genotypes, ordered by date

From: Mycobacterium leprae genomes from a British medieval leprosy hospital: towards understanding an ancient epidemic

Location Case Date (century or cal AD) Type Reference
Ustyurt plateau, Uzbekistan 5b 1st-4th C 3L [22]
Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt K2-B116 4th-5th C 3K/L/M [8]
Kiskundorozsma, Hungary KD271 7th C 3K [8]
Kovuklukaya, Turkey KK20/1 8th-9th C 3K [8]
Radasinovic, Croatia 2A 8th-9th C 3 [21]
Radasinovic, Croatia 3A 8th-9th C 3 [21]
Norwich, UK 11287 10th-11th C 3 [21]
Püspökladany, Hungary 222 10th C 3K [8]
Püspökladany, Hungary 503 11th C 3M [8]
Norwich, UK 11503 10th-11th C 3 [21]
Norwich, UK 11784 10th-11th C 3 [21]
Winchester, UK Sk14 995-1033 AD 2F [7, 10], this study
Winchester, UK Sk8 1010 -1160 AD 2F [10]
Winchester, UK Sk27 1020-1162 AD 2F this study
Sigtuna, Sweden 3077 1032-1155 AD 2F [7, 19]
Refshale, Denmark Refshale_16 1046-1163 AD 2F [7]
Winchester, UK Sk7 10th-12th C 3I [10]
Winchester, UK Sk19 10th-12th C 3I [10]
Sigtuna, Sweden 3092 10th-14th C 2F [19]
Sigtuna, Sweden 3093 10th-14th C 3I [19]
Winchester, UK Sk2 1268-1283 AD 3I [7, 10]
Odense, Denmark Jorgen_625 1293-1386 AD 3I [7]
Ipswich, UK 1914 1263-1538 AD 3I variant [13, 21]
Odense, Denmark G483 1275-1560 AD 3I/J [21]
Aomori, Japan sk26 18th-19th C 1 [23]
  1. Adapted from Monot et al. [8].