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Volume 10, Number 8—August 2004

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Human Escherichia coli O157:H7 Genetic Marker in Isolates of Bovine Origin

Jeffrey T. LeJeune*Comments to Author , Stephen T. Abedon*, Kaori Takemura*, Nicholas P. Christie*, and Srinand Sreevatsan*
Author affiliations: *Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio, USA

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Ethidium bromide–stained gel of the amplification products obtained from Q933-595 and Q21-595 polymerase chain reactions. aEDL933, human isolate (ATCC43895). Obtained from the STEC Center, Michigan State University. bFAHRP88, isolated from Ohio dairy cow. cFAHRP39, human isolate (E29962) (12).

Figure. Ethidium bromide–stained gel of the amplification products obtained from Q933-595 and Q21-595 polymerase chain reactions. aEDL933, human isolate (ATCC43895). Obtained from the STEC Center, Michigan State University. bFAHRP88, isolated from Ohio dairy cow. cFAHRP39, human isolate (E29962) (12).

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