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Table 3 Summary of the strains used in this study

From: Detection and molecular analysis of Campylobacter ureolyticus in domestic animals

Strain Gender (Age in years) Sample source Medical history
CIT 001 Male (83) Human faeces Long term hospital stay
CIT 002 Female (84) Human faeces End stage chronic renal disease
CIT 003 Male (65) Human faeces Nursing home resident. Recurring diarrhoea
CIT 004 Female (3) Human faeces Admitted to the hospital with diarrhoea and vomiting. Cryptosporidium oocyst detected.
CIT 005 Female (3) Human faeces Positive for cryptosporidium oocysts
CIT 006 Female (71) Human faeces Long term hospital stay
CIT 007 Female (84) Human faeces End stage chronic renal disease. Recurring diarrhoea
CIT 008 Female (55) Human faeces Hepatic cirrhosis/diabetes
CIT 009 Female (83) Human faeces Nursing home resident
CIT 010 Female (81) Human faeces Nursing home resident
CIT 011 Female (3) Human faeces N/A
CIT 012 Female (2) Cat faeces asymptomatic, healthy (This study)
CIT 013 Female (26) Human faeces asymptomatic, healthy
CIT 014 Male (33) Human faeces asymptomatic, healthy
DSMZ 20703T* Female Amniotic fluid N/A
CCUG 9510* Male (22) Penis wound N/A
CCUG 59468* Female Vagina N/A
CCUG 59897* Unknown (78) Human blood N/A
  1. *Strains were obtained from Culture Collection, University of Göteborg, Sweden (CCUG) and Leibniz Institute DSMZ-German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures, Braunschweig, Germany.