Salmonella enterica Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis Clusters, Minnesota, USA, 2001–2007
Joshua M. Rounds , Craig W. Hedberg, Stephanie Meyer, David J. Boxrud, and Kirk E. Smith
Author affiliations: Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (J.M. Rounds, S. Meyer, D.J. Boxrud, K.E. Smith); University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (C.W. Hedberg)
Figure 1. Frequency of the 17 most common Salmonella enterica serovars among clinical case isolates submitted to the Minnesota Department of Health, 2001–2007. Typ, Typhimurium; Ent, Enteritidis; New, Newport; Hei, Heidelberg; Mon, Montevideo; Sai, Saintpaul; S.I4, S.I 4,5,12:I:–; Inf, Infantis, Ago, Agona; Mue, Muenchen; Ora, Oranienburo; Par, Paratyphi B var. L; Tho, Thompson; Bra, Braenderup; Had, Hadar; Jav, Javiana; Ana, Anatum.
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