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Volume 4, Number 2—June 1998


Molecular Fingerprinting of Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella enterica Serotype Typhi

M. D. Hampton, L. R. Ward, B. Rowe, and E. J. ThrelfallComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Central Public Health Laboratory, London, United Kingdom

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Drug-resistant and drug-sensitive isolates of Salmonella Typhi phage types E1, M1, and UVS

Laboratory accession number Phage type Country of origin Year of isolation Antibiograma Mol wt of plasmid DNA Pulsed-field profile
E1 E1 Russia 1918 $ -b X1
P3047990 E1 India 1993 $ - X2
P2967750 E1 India 1992 ACSSuTTm 120 X2a
P3639160 E1 Pakistan 1994 ACSSuTTm 120 X2a
P3640980 E1 Pakistan 1994 ACSSuTTm 120 X2a
P4632360 E1 Bangladesh 1997 ACSSuTTm 120 X2a
P4663970 E1 Bangladesh 1997 ACSSuTTm 120 X2a
P4405140 UVS Tajikistan 1997 ACSSuTTmCp 120 80 X2a
P4405200 UVS Tajikistan 1997 ACSSuTTmCp 120 80 X2a
P4466680 E1 India 1997 ACSSuTTm 120 X3
P2951290 E1 Bangladesh 1992 ACSSuTTm 120 X4
P3166750 E1 Bangladesh 1993 ACSSuTTm 120 X4
P4219910 E1 Pakistan 1997 ACSSuTTmCp 120 X4
P4405160 E1 Tajikistan 1997 ACSSuTTm 120 X5
P4543210 E1 Dominican Republic 1997 $ - X6
M1 M1 Canada 1939 $ - X7
P3112100 M1 Pakistan 1992 $ - X8
P3044890 M1 Pakistan 1992 ACSSuTTm 120 X8a

aA, ampicillin; C, chloramphenicol; S, streptomycin; Su, sulphonamides; T, tetracyclines; Tm, trimethoprim; Cp, ciprofloxacin; $, drug-sensitive.
bPlasmid DNA not detected.

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