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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

Dispatch

Nematode Symbiont for Photorhabdus asymbiotica

John Gerrard*Comments to Author , Susan Joyce†, David Clarke†, Richard ffrench-Constant‡, Graeme Nimmo§, David F.M. Looke¶, Edward Feil†, Lucy Pearce†, and Nick Waterfield†
Author affiliations: *Gold Coast Hospital, Southport, Queensland, Australia; †University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom; ‡University of Exeter in Cornwall, Falmouth, United Kingdom; §Queensland Health Pathology Service, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; ¶Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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A) Hand of the patient infected with Photorhabdus asymbiotica after debridement. B) Composite photograph of a culture of P. asymbiotica taken in visible light and in darkness to demonstrate bioluminescence (Luria-Bertani medium). C) Soil nematode from which P. asymbiotica was isolated.

Figure 1. A) Hand of the patient infected with Photorhabdus asymbiotica after debridement. B) Composite photograph of a culture of P. asymbiotica taken in visible light and in darkness to demonstrate bioluminescence (Luria-Bertani medium). C) Soil nematode from which P. asymbiotica was isolated.

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