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Volume 9, Number 3—March 2003

Research

Emergence of Ceftriaxone-Resistant Salmonella Isolates and Rapid Spread of Plasmid-Encoded CMY-2–Like Cephalosporinase, Taiwan

Jing-Jou Yan*, Wen-Chien Ko*, Cheng-Hsun Chiu†, Shu-Huei Tsai*, Hsiu-Mei Wu*, and Jiunn-Jong Wu*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan; †Chang Gung Children’s Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan

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Figure 3

EcoRI restriction patterns of plasmids from Escherichia coli transconjugants of clinical isolates (A and C) with a CMY-2-like enzyme and blaCMY Southern hybridization (B and D). Lanes 1–19, restriction profiles (TP1–TP19) of plasmids from 19 transconjugants of E. coli isolates; lanes 20–21, transconjugants of Salmonella isolates ST275/00 and ST595/00; lanes 22–23, transconjugants of K. pneumoniae isolates KP218/00 and KP1905/00; lane 24, transconjugant of E. coli isolate EC811/00; lanes M1 and M

Figure 3EcoRI restriction patterns of plasmids from Escherichia coli transconjugants of clinical isolates (A and C) with a CMY-2-like enzyme and blaCMY Southern hybridization (B and D). Lanes 1–19, restriction profiles (TP1–TP19) of plasmids from 19 transconjugants of E. coli isolates; lanes 20–21, transconjugants of Salmonella isolates ST275/00 and ST595/00; lanes 22–23, transconjugants of K. pneumoniae isolates KP218/00 and KP1905/00; lane 24, transconjugant of E. coli isolate EC811/00; lanes M1 and M2, 1-kb molecular marker and molecular marker II, respectively. Arrows indicate the locations of restriction fragments that were hybridized with the blaCMY probe.

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