Figure 4. Alignment of Salmonella blaSHV-2 plasmids from human and animals/meat sources, Canada. Closed plasmids were produced by hybrid assembly of short and long read sequencing by using Unicycler (https://bio.tools/unicycler). Plasmids were aligned by using the pangenome feature of the GView server (https://server.gview.ca). Animals/meat sample identifications start with the letter N, and human sample identifications start with a 2-digit number. Plasmids were classified as Type A, B, or C based on their resistance gene profiles and overall similarity. All plasmids belong to the IncI1 incompatibility group.