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Volume 15, Number 9—September 2009

Letter

Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi with CTX-M β-Lactamase, Germany

Yvonne PfeiferComments to Author , Jens Matten, and Wolfgang Rabsch
Author affiliations: Robert Koch Institute, Wernigerode, Germany (Y. Pfeifer, W. Rabsch); MVZ Labor Nord-West GmbH, Nordhorn, Germany (J. Matten)

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Plasmids isolated from Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi and Escherichia coli J53 transconjugant. Lane 1, S. enterica ser. Typhi 218/08 (blaCTX-M-15 + blaTEM-1 + qnrB2); lane 2, E. coli J53 transconjugant (blaCTX-M-15 + qnrB2); lane M, plasmid marker E. coli V517.

Figure. Plasmids isolated from Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi and Escherichia coli J53 transconjugant. Lane 1, S. enterica ser. Typhi 218/08 (blaCTX-M-15 + blaTEM-1 + qnrB2); lane 2, E. coli J53 transconjugant (blaCTX-M-15 + qnrB2); lane M, plasmid marker E. coli V517.

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