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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Research

A Systematic Approach for Discovering Novel, Clinically Relevant Bacteria

Robert Schlaberg1Comments to Author , Keith E. Simmon1, and Mark A. Fisher
Author affiliations: University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (R. Schlaberg, M.A. Fisher); ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City (R. Schlaberg, K.E. Simmon, M.A. Fisher)

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Figure 1

Anatomical sites that yielded 673 unidentified bacterial clinical isolates. The y-axis indicates relative frequency in percent. Numbers above columns represent isolate counts.

Figure 1. Anatomical sites that yielded 673 unidentified clinical bacterial isolates. The x-axis indicates relative frequency. Numbers to the right of bars represent isolate counts. GI, gastrointestinal; CNS, central nervous system; resp, respiratory; inv, invasive; GU, genitourinary.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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