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Volume 8, Number 4—April 2002

Research

Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium DT104 Isolated from Humans, United States, 1985, 1990, and 1996

Efrain M. Ribot, Rachel K. Wierzba, Frederick J. Angulo, and Timothy J. Barrett
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA;

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Molecular characterization of multidrug-resistant Salmonella Typhimurium DT104 isolates, 1985–1996

Isolate number Year R-type PFGE pattern Plasmid content Amplicons Gene cassette(s) flo-like genea
B1579 1985 ACSSuT 1 60 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +
C3591 1990 ACSSuT 1 60 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +
C4501 1990 ACSSuT 1 60 mDa
~5 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +
C5234 1990 ACSSuT 1b 60 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +
G10217 1996 ACSSuT 1 60 mDa
3 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +
G10518 1996 ACSSuT 1 60 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +
G10551 1996 ACSSuT 1 60 mDa 1 kb; 1.2 kb ant(3")-Ia; psE1 +

aAll integrons are located on the chromosome.
A = ampicillin; C = chloramphenicol; S = streptomycin; Su = sulfamethoxazole; T = tetracycline; PFGE = pulsed-field gel electrophoresis.

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