Authors:Hedda Milch, Judit Pászti, Tímea Erdősi, and et al.
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Authors:Mikuláš Levkut, Juraj Pistl, Andrea Lauková, Viera Revajová, Robert Herich, Zuzana Ševčíková, Viola Strompfová, Renáta Szabóová, and Tatiana Kokinčáková
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To study the genetic characteristics of DT104 strains of
Typhimurium and the prevalence of
Genomic Island (SGI1) in Hungary, 140 recent
strains of food and animal origin were examined. For the first time in Hungary, the SGI1 was found in 17 out of 59
. Typhimurium isolates (all proven to be DT104 phage type). These 17 strains were then subtyped by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) into 6 pulsotypes which were less correlated with the geographic origin than with the animal species of origin.