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Volume 14, Number 10—October 2008

Perspective

Rise and Persistence of Global M1T1 Clone of Streptococcus pyogenes

Ramy K. AzizComments to Author  and Malak Kotb
Author affiliations: Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt (R.K. Aziz); VA Medical Center, Memphis, Tennessee, USA (R.K. Aziz, M. Kotb)University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis (M. Kotb); University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (M. Kotb);

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Figure 1

Suggested model for toxin mobilization between phages, reprinted from Aziz et al. (19). Recombination hot spots on both sides of the toxin genes are shown: one is prx (paratox), and the other may be lys (lysin), hol (holin), or hylP (phage hyaluronidase).

Figure 1. Suggested model for toxin mobilization between phages, reprinted from Aziz et al. (19). Recombination hot spots on both sides of the toxin genes are shown: one is prx (paratox), and the other may be lys (lysin), hol (holin), or hylP (phage hyaluronidase).

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