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Volume 17, Number 7—July 2011

Research

Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Genes of Escherichia coli in Chicken Meat and Humans, the Netherlands

Ilse Overdevest, Ina Willemsen, Martine Rijnsburger, Andrew Eustace, Li Xu, Peter Hawkey, Max Heck, Paul Savelkoul, Christina Vandenbroucke-Grauls, Kim van der Zwaluw, Xander Huijsdens, and Jan KluytmansComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: St. Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, the Netherlands (I. Overdevest, J. Kluytmans); Amphia Hospital, Breda, the Netherlands (I. Overdevest, I. Willemsen, J. Kluytmans); University Medical Centre, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (M. Rijnsburger, P. Savelkoul, C. Vandenbroucke-Grauls, J. Kluytmans); Heart of England National Health Service Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK (A. Eustace, L. Xu, P. Hawkey); University of Birmingham, Birmingham (P. Hawkey); National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection, Bilthoven, the Netherlands (M. Heck, K. van der Zwaluw, X. Hiujsdens)

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Figure 1

Distribution of extended-spectrum β-lactamase genes in chicken meat (A), human rectal swabs (B), and human blood cultures (C), the Netherlands. Values in parentheses are no. positive.

Figure 1. Distribution of extended-spectrum β-lactamase genes in chicken meat (A), human rectal swabs (B), and human blood cultures (C), the Netherlands. Values in parentheses are no. positive.

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