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Volume 2, Number 2—April 1996

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Application of Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis to an International Outbreak of Salmonella agona

E. John Threlfall, Michael D. Hampton, Linda R. Ward, and Bernard Rowe
Author affiliations: Laboratory of Enteric Pathogens, Central Public Health Laboratory, London, United Kingdom

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PFGE profiles of XbaI-digested genomic DNA from strains of S. agona PT 15. Legend: Tracks 1-14 contained: 1 and 14, lambda 48.5-kb ladder (Sigma);2, S. agona PFP (XbaI) 6; 3, PFP 6a; 4, PFP 4; 5, PFP 10 (= control PFP type for S. agona); 6, PFP 9; 7, PFP 7; 8, PFP 3; 9, PFP 2; 10, PFP 5; 11, PFP 1; 11, PFP 8; 13, PFP 9. Gels were run at 6.0 V cm-1 for 36 h with a 25- to 75-s pulse ramp time.

Figure. PFGE profiles of XbaI-digested genomic DNA from strains of S. agona PT 15. Legend: Tracks 1-14 contained: 1 and 14, lambda 48.5-kb ladder (Sigma);2, S. agona PFP (XbaI) 6; 3, PFP 6a; 4, PFP 4; 5, PFP 10 (= control PFP type for S. agona); 6, PFP 9; 7, PFP 7; 8, PFP 3; 9, PFP 2; 10, PFP 5; 11, PFP 1; 11, PFP 8; 13, PFP 9. Gels were run at 6.0 V cm-1 for 36 h with a 25- to 75-s pulse ramp time.

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