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Volume 10, Number 6—June 2004

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Bacteriophages and Diffusion of β-Lactamase Genes

Maite Muniesa*, Aurora García†, Elisenda Miró†, Beatriz Mirelis†, Guillem Prats†1, Juan Jofre*, and Ferran Navarro†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; †Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain

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Deduced amino acid sequence of PSE-1 (A), and OXA-2 (B) related enzymes that could be detected by polymerase chain reaction. Amino acids in boldface correspond to the regions of the primers. Dots indicate identical amino acids, and dashes indicated omitted regions with identical amino acids. Numbers correspond to amino acid position. Sequences obtained are underlined. GenBank accession no. of sequences are: PSE-1: Q03170, PSE-4: P16897, PSE-5: AAG23870, CARB-3: P37322, CARB-8: AAM92465, Proteus

Figure. Deduced amino acid sequence of PSE-1 (A), and OXA-2 (B) related enzymes that could be detected by polymerase chain reaction. Amino acids in boldface correspond to the regions of the primers. Dots indicate identical amino acids, and dashes indicated omitted regions with identical amino acids. Numbers correspond to amino acid position. Sequences obtained are underlined. GenBank accession no. of sequences are: PSE-1: Q03170, PSE-4: P16897, PSE-5: AAG23870, CARB-3: P37322, CARB-8: AAM92465, Proteus pCS229 blaP: JS0755, OXA-2: CAA30246, OXA-3: AAC41449, OXA-15: AAB05874, OXA-21: CAA71699, and OXA-32: AAK58418.

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1Current affiliation is Hospital Vall d’Hebrón, Universitat Autònoma, Barcelona, Spain.

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