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Commenting in the same issue of NATURE, Carel Mulder of the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester says that "this episode should serve as a strong warning for all virologists working with multiple isolates.
Most of the Spanish isolates (5 of 8) were associated with aseptic meningitis in children.
The 18 ciprofloxacin-resistant isolates and 14 ciprofloxacin-susceptible S.
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Because of the growing interest in the emergence of resistance to vancomycin in ``Staphylococcus,'' the isolates were sent by Dade to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta.
To identify the isolate at species level, we determined the sequence of 5 genes that have been used for the phylogenetic classification of rickettsiae (9-14).
Pairwise nucleotide identities among the 2005 Canadian swine, turkey, and human isolates range from 94.
The corresponding isolate, A/Turkey/ Suzdalka/Nov-1/05, from turkey spleen was highly pathogenic for chickens in the laboratory intravenous pathogenicity index test.
We used pulsed-field gel electrophoresis analysis and genotyping to compare clinical isolates of Bordetella pertussis recovered since the early 1990s in Finland and France, 2 countries with similar histories of long-term mass vaccination with whole-cell pertussis vaccines.
These results indicate that this canine isolate is indistinguishable from the major strain implicated in outbreaks of highly virulent CDAD around the world.
Researchers failed to recover deer ticks from 7 sampling sites and recovered only a single Borrelia isolate from well-described B.