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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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Clusters of related 10-locus types of Campylobacter spp. detected in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, during a 1-year study. Five groups of isolates with identical genotypes show statistically significant clustering in time (p values are shown in the Table). Each group is indicated by 1 color. White bars indicate other isolates that share the same sequence type (ST) but that are differentiated by their different antigen type. Numbers of isolates of each genotype are shown on a weekly basis; week 1 corresponds to the start of the study on September 15, 2003.

Figure 2. Clusters of related 10-locus types of Campylobacter spp. detected in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, during a 1-year study. Five groups of isolates with identical genotypes show statistically significant clustering in time (p values are shown in the Table). Each group is indicated by 1 color. White bars indicate other isolates that share the same sequence type (ST) but that are differentiated by their different antigen type. Numbers of isolates of each genotype are shown on a weekly basis; week 1 corresponds to the start of the study on September 15, 2003.

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