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Volume 16, Number 6—June 2010

Research

Increase in Pilus Islet 2–encoded Pili among Streptococcus pneumoniae Isolates, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Dorothea ZähnerComments to Author , Aditya Gudlavalleti, and David S. Stephens
Author affiliations: Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (D. Zähner, A. Gudlavalleti, D.S. Stephens); Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Atlanta (D. Zähner, D.S. Stephens)

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Figure 4

Detection of high molecular weight PitB polymers in invasive isolates of Streptococcus pneumoniae. Western blot of cell wall extract from strains R6 (lane 1), GA47901 (lane 2), GA13444 (lane 3), GA47077 (lane 4), GA47340 (lane 5), GA47784 (lane 6), GA47368 (lane 7). GA47751 (lane 8), GA47187 (lane 9), GA11293 (lane 10), GA47628 (lane 11), GA49138 (lane 12), GA47434 (lane 13), GA47373 (lane 14), and GA47105 (lane 15) detected with anti-PitB antiserum. Marker sizes are indicated.

Figure 4. Detection of high molecular weight PitB polymers in invasive isolates of Streptococcus pneumoniae. Western blot of cell wall extract from strains R6 (lane 1), GA47901 (lane 2), GA13444 (lane 3), GA47077 (lane 4), GA47340 (lane 5), GA47784 (lane 6), GA47368 (lane 7). GA47751 (lane 8), GA47187 (lane 9), GA11293 (lane 10), GA47628 (lane 11), GA49138 (lane 12), GA47434 (lane 13), GA47373 (lane 14), and GA47105 (lane 15) detected with anti-PitB antiserum. Marker sizes are indicated.

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