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Volume 23, Number 12—December 2017

Evolutionary Context of Non–Sorbitol-Fermenting Shiga Toxin–Producing Escherichia coli O55:H7

Kyle Schutz, Lauren A. Cowley, Sharif Shaaban, Anne Carroll, Eleanor McNamara, David L. Gally, Gauri Godbole, Claire JenkinsComments to Author , and Timothy J. Dallman
Author affiliations: Public Health England Colindale, London, UK (K. Schutz, L.A. Cowley, G. Godbole, C. Jenkins, T.J. Dallman); The University of Edinburgh, Midlothian, UK (S. Shaaban, D.L. Gally); Cherry Orchard Hospital, Dublin, Ireland (A. Carroll, E. McNamara)

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Table 2

Location of prophages in Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli O55:H7 isolate 122262 from outbreak in Dorset County, England, July 2014, and related Sakai reference prophage*

Prophage in 122262 Location Related Sakai phage Identity, %
P1 298714–355267 Sp8 96
P2 2728769–2738381 NP NA
P3 2958215–2992979 Sp3 98
P4 3119806–3151485 NP NA
P5 3702030–3736837 Sp5 99
P6 4031314–4075190 NP NA
P7 4166735–4223146 NP NA
P8 4361295–4432383 Sp6 97
P9 4549353–4575262 NP NA
P10 4662955–4712352 NP NA
P11 4744636–4768829 NP NA
P12 4868835–4901248 NP NA
P13 5136256–5154117 NP NA
P14 5221278–5261127 Sp14 98
P15 5287889–5361495 NP NA
Stx-encoding phage 3607500–3655000 NP NA

*NA, not applicable; NP, not present; Stx, Shiga toxin.

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