Duck Liver–associated Outbreak of Campylobacteriosis among Humans, United Kingdom, 2011
Muhammad Abid, Helen Wimalarathna, Janette Mills, Luisa Saldana, Winnie Pang, Judith F. Richardson, Martin C. J. Maiden, and Noel D. McCarthy
Author affiliations: Public Health England, Chilton, UK (M. Abid, J. Mills, L. Saldana, J.F. Richardson, N.D. McCarthy); University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (H. Wimalarathna, M.C.J. Maiden, N.D. McCarthy); Reading Borough Council, Reading, UK (W. Pang)
Figure 2. . Comparison of Campylobacter jejuni sequence types (STs) from a duck liver–associated outbreak of campylobacteriosis among humans in the United Kingdom during 2011 (solid squares) with published sequence types of isolates from chicken (hollow circles) (9,10), domesticated duck (hollow triangles) (11), wild duck (solid triangles) (11), and wild geese (hollow squares) (12). ST5097 was isolated from a duck liver sample, ST356 from 3 case-patients, and ST50 and ST607 each from 1 case-patient. Scale bars indicates nucleotide substitutions per site.
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