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Volume 15, Number 5—May 2009

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Clostridium difficile in Retail Meat Products, USA, 2007

J. Glenn SongerComments to Author , Hien T. Trinh, George E. Killgore, Angela D. Thompson, L. Clifford McDonald, and Brandi M. Limbago
Author affiliations: University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA (J.G. Songer, H.T. Trinh); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (G.E. Killgore, A.D. Thompson, L.C. McDonald, B.M. Limbago)

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Origin, NAP types, and relatedness of strains from foods and humans, Arizona, USA, 2007. All strains were positive by PCR for binary toxin. Scale bar indicates genetic relatedness. Tox, toxinotype; Ref, reference; NAP1-r, NAP1-related.

Figure. Origin, NAP types, and relatedness of strains from foods and humans, Arizona, USA, 2007. All strains were positive by PCR for binary toxin. Scale bar indicates genetic relatedness. Tox, toxinotype; Ref, reference; NAP1-r, NAP1-related.

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