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Fig. 4 | Gut Pathogens

Fig. 4

From: Use of molecular typing to investigate bacterial translocation from the intestinal tract of chlorpyrifos-exposed rats

Fig. 4

Translocated isolates. a ERIC-PCR profiles for S. aureus [lines (9, 10), (18, 20), (30, 31), (32, 33), (38, 40)]; B. cereus (lines 48, 49), and E. faecalis (lines 58, 59): isolate numbers (above gels) and pattern types (below gels). Molecular weights (MW) are expressed in base pairs (pb). b RAPD-PCR profiles for S. aureus [lines (9, 10), (18, 20), (30, 31), (32, 33), (38, 40)]; B. cereus (48, 49); and E. faecalis (58, 59): isolate numbers (above gels) and pattern types (below gels). Seven isolates (as defined genotypically) were found to have translocated

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