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2. Molecular Evolution
3. Clinical Bacteriology
4. Genomics and Proteomics
6. Host genetics
8. Other M. tuberculosis
9. Molecular Epidemiology
10. New Vaccines
11. Biosafety/Hospital Control
12. Diagnostic Methods
13. Immunological Diagnosis
14. New Diagnostic Methods
15. Tuberculosis in Adults
16. Tuberculosis in Children
17. Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS
18. Treatment and Drugs
19. Drug Resistance
20. New Perspectives