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Volume 16, Number 5—May 2010

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Salmonella Senftenberg Infections and Fennel Seed Tea, Serbia

Svetlana Ilić, Predrag ĐurićComments to Author , and Edita Grego
Author affiliations: Institute of Public Health of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia (S. Ilić, P. Đurić); Institute of Public Health of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia (E. Grego)

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Enterobacterial repetitive intragenic consensus (ERIC)–PCR ERIC2 primers. Lane 1, molecular mass ladder; lanes 2–7, nonoutbreak isolates; lanes 8–9, isolates from baby tea; lane 10, isolate from fennel; lanes 11–15, isolates from salmonellosis patients. ERIC PCR with ERIC2 primer (5′-AAGTAAGTGACTCGGGTGAGCG-3′) was used. DNA was isolated by using the InvitrogenPure Link Genomic DNA purification kit (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA). Gene sequences were amplified in a Perkin/Elmer thermal cycler (mo

Figure. Enterobacterial repetitive intragenic consensus (ERIC)–PCR ERIC2 primers. Lane 1, molecular mass ladder; lanes 2–7, nonoutbreak isolates; lanes 8–9, isolates from baby tea; lane 10, isolate from fennel; lanes 11–15, isolates from salmonellosis patients. ERIC PCR with ERIC2 primer (5′-AAGTAAGTGACTCGGGTGAGCG-3′) was used. DNA was isolated by using the InvitrogenPure Link Genomic DNA purification kit (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA). Gene sequences were amplified in a Perkin/Elmer thermal cycler (model 9600; PerkinElmer, Waltham, MA, USA). A DNA ladder was created by using Gene Ruler 100-bp DNA Ladder Plus (Fermentas, Glen Burnie, MD, USA).

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