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Volume 18, Number 7—July 2012

Research

Enterococcus faecalis Clones in Poultry and in Humans with Urinary Tract Infections, Vietnam

Louise Ladefoged Poulsen, Magne Bisgaard, Nguyen Thai Son, Nguyen Vu Trung, Hoang Manh An, and Anders DalsgaardComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (L.L. Poulsen, M. Bisgaard, A. Dalsgaard); Military Medical University, Ha Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam (N.T. Son, H.M. An); and Hanoi Medical University, Hanoi (N.V. Trung)

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Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis of SmaI-digested Enterococcus faecalis isolated from humans with urinary tract infections and from poultry in the same houselhold, Vietnam, January 2008–January 2010. Lanes A and P are molecular weight markers. Lane B, isolate 90U; lane C, isolate 90P; lane D, 122U; lane E, 122P; lane F, 186U; lane G, 186P; lane H, 191U; lane I, 191P; lane J, 204U; lane K, 204P; lane L, 217U; lane M, 217P; lane N, 221U; and lane O, 221P.

Figure. . . Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis of SmaI-digested Enterococcus faecalis isolated from humans with urinary tract infections and from poultry in the same houselhold, Vietnam, January 2008–January 2010. Lanes A and P are molecular weight markers. Lane B, isolate 90U; lane C, isolate 90P; lane D, 122U; lane E, 122P; lane F, 186U; lane G, 186P; lane H, 191U; lane I, 191P; lane J, 204U; lane K, 204P; lane L, 217U; lane M, 217P; lane N, 221U; and lane O, 221P.

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