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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: ZSUZSANNA Csukás, KLÁRA Törö, I. Jankovics, F. Rozgonyi, P. Sótonyi, Zs. Antal, L. Manczinger, L. Kredics, and Lajos Ferenczy

Blair, J. E., Wiliams, R. N. O.: Phage typing of Staphylococci . Bull Wld Hlth Orig 24 , 771 (1961). Phage typing of Staphylococci Bull Wld Hlth Orig

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Boris Habrun, Ivana Račić, Relja Beck, Ana Budimir, Miroslav Benić, Gordan Kompes, Silvio Špičić, and Željko Cvetnić

, C., Content, J., Nyssen, H. J. and Hannecart-Pokorni, E. (1994): Detection by polymerase chain reaction of genes encoding aminoglycoside-modifying enzymes in methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates of epidemic phage types. J. Med

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Tahnkiwale, S. S., Roy, S., Jalgaonkar, S. V.: Methicillin resistance among isolates of Staphylococcus aureus : antibiotic sensitivity pattern and phage typing. Indian J Med Sci 56 , 330-334 (2002). Methicillin resistance among

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101 681 688 Tambic, A., Power, E., Talsania, H., Anthony, R. M., French, G. L.: Analysis of an outbreak of non-phage-typeable methicillin

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160 172 Wildemauwe C, De Brouwer D, Godard C, Buyssens P, Dewit J, Joseph R, Vanhoof R: The use of spa and phage typing for characterization of a MRSA population in a Belgian

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263 269 Holmberg, S.D., Wachsmuth, I.K., Hickman-Brenner, F.W. & Cohen, M.L. (1984): Comparison of plasmid profile analysis, Phage typing, and antimicrobial

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Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium phage type DT104 . Appl. Environ. Microb . 67 , 445 – 3 . Frech , G. and Schwarz , S. ( 2000 ): Molecular analysis of tetracycline resistance

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. ( 1993 ): The role of a 54-kb plasmid in the virulence of strains of Salmonella enteritidis of phage type 4 for chickens and mice . J. Med. Microbiol. 38 , 171 – 176 . Imre , A

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producing sak and belonging of a strain to a bacteriophage group [ 15, 23 ]. In addition, these strains do not constitute a homogenous group, and they belong to different phage types [ 23 ]. The results of our study showed that 55% of the phages contained

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Salmonella typhimurium phage type 204c isolated in Britain . J Hyg 97 , 419 – 426 ( 1986 ). 10.1017/S0022172400063609 17. Carattoli , A

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