Integronlike Structures in Campylobacter spp. of Human and Animal Origin
Brigid Lucey*†, D. Crowley*, P. Moloney‡, B. Cryan†, M. Daly*, F. O'Halloran*, E.J. Threlfall§, and S. Fanning*
Author affiliations: *Cork Institute of Technology, Bishopstown, Cork, Ireland; †Cork University Hospital, Cork, Ireland; ‡Cork Corporation Veterinary Department, Cork, Ireland; §PHLS Central Public Health Laboratory, London, United Kingdom
Figure 2. Schematic representation of all amplified gene cassettes from Campylobacter spp. in the study population. Roman numerals refer to the designated integron pattern (IP)-type assigned to each pattern.
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