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Volume 14, Number 10—October 2008

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Extended Sequence Typing of Campylobacter spp., United Kingdom

Kate E. Dingle, Noel D. McCarthy, Alison J. Cody, Tim E.A. Peto, and Martin C. J. MaidenComments to Author 
Author affiliations: John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK (K.E. Dingle, T.E.A. Peto); University of Oxford, Oxford (K.E. Dingle, N.D. McCarthy, A.J. Cody, T.E.A. Peto, M.C.J. Maiden);

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Relative abundance of clonal complexes of Campylobacter spp. detected in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, during a 1-year study compared with clonal complexes detected in 3 other studies of human Campylobacter spp. infections in northwestern England (7), New South Wales, Australia (8), and Curaçao (9).

Figure 1. Relative abundance of clonal complexes of Campylobacter spp. detected in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, during a 1-year study compared with clonal complexes detected in 3 other studies of human Campylobacter spp. infections in northwestern England (7), New South Wales, Australia (8), and Curaçao (9).

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