Table 2

Distribution of different genotypes of Chlamydia trachomatis, Mycoplasma genitalium and Neisseria gonorrhoeae among infected women in Guinea-Bissau

Chlamydia trachomatis (genovar, n=60)*Mycoplasma genitalium (sequential numbers, n=30)Neisseria gonorrhoeae (NG-MAST, n=31)
G (37%)1 (13%)ST3176 (23%)
D (19%)2 (10%)ST783 (16%)
F (17%)3 (10%)ST3182 (10%)
I (14%)4–23 (single isolates 67%)ST2187 (single isolate, 3%)
E (5%)ST1318 (single isolate, 3%)
J (5%)ST3177–81 (single isolates, 13%)
H (1.5%)ST3183–89 (single isolates, 26%)
K (1.5%)ST3376–77 (single isolates, 6%)
  • * Based on ompA genotyping.

  • Based on sequencing of the M genitalium MgPa adhesion (mgpB) gene.

  • Novel NG-MAST STs.