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Crude DNA lysate of E. coli K-12 C600 transconjugant from a cross between the epidemic strain and E. coli K-12 C600. This plasmid pUW62 mediates resistance to carbenieillin> ampicillins kanamyein3 sutfonamide and chloramphenicol. C and D. Crude lysates of P. rettgeri strains R-44 and R-39 epidemiologically and serologically linked to R62. E and F. Crude lysates of P. rettgeri strains R-71 and R-25 isolated from the same hospital but from a different epidemiologie setting. The antibiograms of all the strains were similar.
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