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Volume 9, Number 2—February 2003

Research

Aeromonas Isolates from Human Diarrheic Stool and Groundwater Compared by Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis

Mark A. Borchardt*Comments to Author , Mary E. Stemper†, and Jon H. Standridge‡
Author affiliations: *Marshfield Medical Research Foundation, Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA; †Marshfield Laboratories, Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA; ‡University of Wisconsin, State Laboratory of Hygiene, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

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Figure 1

Location of Wisconsin residents who submitted diarrheic stool specimens to Marshfield Laboratories. The symbol [[INLINEGRAPHIC('02-0031-M1')]] indicates the location of Marshfield, WI. Symbol size is proportional to the number of specimens. (For reference, the symbol for Marshfield = 208 specimens.)

Figure 1. Location of Wisconsin residents who submitted diarrheic stool specimens to Marshfield Laboratories. The symbol circle with diagonal stripes indicates the location of Marshfield, WI. Symbol size is proportional to the number of specimens. (For reference, the symbol for Marshfield = 208 specimens.)

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