GLNA

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GLNAGreat Lakes of North America (Project)
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When the two methods resulted in the isolation of strain pairs of different FQ susceptibilities, analysis of the gyrA, aspA, glnA, gltA, glyA, pgm, and tkt genes from the two isolates revealed that most of these pairs (19 of 21) also differed at two or more nucleotides (data not shown).
([double dagger]) adk 387 1 0 argA 357 1 0 aroA 354 1 0 glnA 336 3 0 thrA 339 3 0 tmk 372 4 0 trpE 465 2 0 Concatemers 2,610 6 0 MLST ([paragraph]) inv 603 2 0 yopE 540 3 0 yadA 651 3 6 Concatemers 1,794 3 6 virulence genes (#) Concatemers 4,404 6 6 MVLST ** Target Polymorphic Substitutions, no.
([double dagger]) Multilocus sequence type of 7 housekeeping genes (adhP, pheS, atr, glnA, sdhA, glcK, tktt).
([dagger])([dagger]) Of gene loci adk, argA, aroA, glnA, thrA, tmk, trpE.
Of particular interest, ST-985 (BD-67) shared 5 alleles (aspA, uncA, glnA, glyA, pgm) with ST-3219 (Table).
Strain ST aspA glnA gltA glyA pgm tkt uncA BD-07 22 1 3 6 4 3 3 3 BD-10 3219 10 27 33 19 10 5 7 BD-22 3219 10 27 33 19 10 5 7 BD-27 587 1 2 42 4 90 25 8 BD-34 3219 10 27 33 19 10 5 7 BD-39 660 1 3 6 4 54 91 3 BD-67 985 10 27 89 19 10 132 7 BD-74 3219 10 27 33 19 10 5 7 BD-75 587 1 2 42 4 90 25 8 BD-94 2109 4 7 10 4 10 7 1 * LOS, lipooligosaccharides; ST, sequence type; GBS, Guillain-Barre syndrome; HS, heat stable; MFS, Miller-Fisher syndrome; UT, untypeable.
The Photorhabdus isolates recovered from nematodes and from the patient's hand were compared on the basis of nucleotide sequences of 2 housekeeping genes, glnA and gyrB.
Analysis of the sequences of housekeeping genes (atpD, scoB, glnA and recA) showed that strains cluster according to their geographic origins (15,20).
Clonal complexes of Campylobacter jejuni isolates ST (a) of central genotype Clonal Isolates complex (n) aspA glnA gltA glyA pgm tkt uncA ST-21 271 2 1 1 3 2 1 5 ST-45 93 4 7 10 4 1 7 1 ST-206 60 2 21 5 37 2 1 5 ST-61 57 1 4 2 2 6 3 17 ST-48 54 2 4 1 2 7 1 5 ST-257 46 9 2 4 62 4 5 6 ST-353 29 7 17 5 2 10 3 6 ST-42 22 1 2 3 4 5 9 3 ST-403 20 10 27 16 19 10 5 7 ST-52 18 9 25 2 10 22 3 6 ST-177 17 17 2 8 5 8 2 4 ST-354 13 8 10 2 2 11 12 6 ST-22 12 1 3 6 4 3 3 3 ST-433 11 2 59 4 38 17 12 35 ST-362 9 1 2 49 4 11 66 8 ST-179 10 1 6 7 2 40 32 3 ST-49 6 3 1 5 17 11 11 6 No.