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Volume 8, Number 4—April 2002

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Multiply Resistant (MR) Salmonella enterica Serotype Typhimurium DT 12 and DT 120: A Case of MR DT 104 in Disguise?

Andrew J. LawsonComments to Author , Miatta U. Dassama, Linda R. Ward, and E. John Threlfall
Author affiliations: Central Public Health Laboratory, London, United Kingdom

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Figure 2

Dendrogram showing the relationships of pulsed-field get electrophoresis profiles by the nearest neighbor technique.*Includes resistant (R)-type ACSSuT and ACSSuT plus additional resistances to Tm, CpL, or both. A = ampicillin, C = chloramphenicol, Fu = furazolidone, K = kanamycin, Ne = neomycin, S = streptomycin, Su = sulfonamides, T = tetracyclines, Tm = trimethoprim, CpL = ciprofloxacin.

Figure 2. . Dendrogram showing the relationships of pulsed-field get electrophoresis profiles by the nearest neighbor technique.*Includes resistant (R)-type ACSSuT and ACSSuT plus additional resistances to Tm, CpL, or both. A = ampicillin, C = chloramphenicol, Fu = furazolidone, K = kanamycin, Ne = neomycin, S = streptomycin, Su = sulfonamides, T = tetracyclines, Tm = trimethoprim, CpL = ciprofloxacin.

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