Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005
Invasive Group A Streptococcal Infection in High School Football Players, New York City, 2003
|Specimen origin||Site||Antimicrobial susceptibility*||PFGE†||M/OF†/emm type|
|A‡||Blood||Susceptible to all antimicrobial agents tested||82|
|B||Throat||Resistant to erythromycin, susceptible to all others||Unrelated§||75|
|C||Throat||Susceptible to all antimicrobial agents tested||Unrelated||6|
|D||Throat||Intermediate to tetracycline, susceptible to all others||Indistinguishable||82|
|Junior varsity player|
|E||Throat||Susceptible to all antimicrobial agents tested||Unrelated||89|
|F||Throat||Susceptible to all antimicrobial agents tested||Unrelated||44/61|
|G||Throat||Susceptible to all antimicrobial agents tested||Unrelated||28|
|H||Throat||Susceptible to all antimicrobial agents tested||Unrelated||118|
*Antimicrobial agents tested: chloramphenicol, clindamycin, erythromycin, penicillin G, tetracycline, vancomycin.
†Entries represent putative genetic relatedness to the case-patient no. 1 strain A based on SmaI and SfiI DNA restriction patterns by using categories as defined by Tenover et al. (5). The results obtained with Sfi I correlated completely with the results obtained with SmaI; PFGE, pulse-field gel electrophoresis; OF, opacity-factor.
§Specimen B was nontypable with SmaI but was typable with SfiI.
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