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Volume 19, Number 10—October 2013

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Clonal Distribution and Virulence of Campylobacter jejuni Isolates in Blood

Benjamin Feodoroff1Comments to Author , Caroline P.A. de Haan, Patrik Ellström, Seppo Sarna, Marja-Liisa Hänninen, and Hilpi Rautelin
Author affiliations: University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (B. Feodoroff, C.P.A. de Haan, S. Sarna, M.-L. Hänninen); University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden (P. Ellström, H. Rautelin)

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Figure 1

Annual and seasonal distribution of 72 Camplyobacter jejuni blood culture isolates belonging either to the ST-677 clonal complex (CC) or to the other multilocus sequence typing (MLST) CCs. One isolate with a mixed multilocus sequence type was not included. C. jejuni bacteremia was diagnosed during May–August (M–A) or during any other month of the year (O).

Figure 1. . Annual and seasonal distribution of 72 Camplyobacter jejuni blood culture isolates belonging either to the ST-677 clonal complex (CC) or to the other multilocus sequence typing (MLST) CCs. One isolate with a mixed multilocus sequence type was not included. C. jejuni bacteremia was diagnosed during May–August (M–A) or during any other month of the year (O).

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1Current affiliation: Jorvi Hospital, Espoo, Finland.

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