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Volume 6, Number 6—December 2000

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Genotypic Analysis of Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi, Kenya

Samuel Kariuki*†Comments to Author , Charles Gilks†, Gutura Revathi‡, and C. Anthony Hart†
Author affiliations: *Kenya Medical Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya; †University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK; ‡Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya

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Figure 1

Dendogram showing genetic relatedness of Salmonella Typhi from Kenya and Asia. H1 and H2: MDR S. Typhi from Hong Kong; K: MDR S. Typhi from Kuwait; B: MDR S. Typhi from Bangladesh; P1-P6: MDR S. Typhi from Pakistan, I: MDR S. Typhi from India. K1-K5: sensitive S. Typhi from Kenya; K6 and K7: MDR S. Typhi from Kenya.

Figure 1. Dendogram showing genetic relatedness of Salmonella Typhi from Kenya and Asia. H1 and H2: MDR S. Typhi from Hong Kong; K: MDR S. Typhi from Kuwait; B: MDR S. Typhi from Bangladesh; P1-P6: MDR S. Typhi from Pakistan, I: MDR S. Typhi from India. K1-K5: sensitive S. Typhi from Kenya; K6 and K7: MDR S. Typhi from Kenya.

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