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Table 1 Cronobacter and Non-Cronobacter strains used in this study.

From: Characterization of surface proteins of Cronobacter muytjensiiusing monoclonal antibodies and MALDI-TOF Mass spectrometry

Isolate # Isolate identity Source Isolate ID GenBank ID based on 16S rRNA sequence
- C. muytjensii - ATCC 51329 -
C4 C. sakazakii Clinical -  
C6 C. sakazakii Clinical CDC 407-77 -
C13 C. sakazakii Clinical ATTC 29004 -
Jor* 44 C. sakazakii Food EMCC 1904 FJ906902
Jor* 93 C. sakazakii Food EMCC1905 FJ906906
Jor* 112 C. muytjensii Food EMCC1906 FJ906909
Jor* 146A C. sakazakii Food EMCC1907 FJ906897
Jor* 146B C. sakazakii Food EMCC1908 FJ906910
Jor* 149 C. muytjensii Food EMCC1909 FJ906912
Jor* 160A C. sakazakii Environment EMCC1910 FJ906914
Jor* 170 C. turicensis Food EMCC1912 FJ906916
None -Cronobacter     
- C. freundii - ATCC 43864 -
- E. coli - ATCC 35218 -
- L. ivanovii - ATCC 19119 -
- P aeruginosa - ATCC 27833 -
- S. enterica Choleraesuis - CIP 104220 -
- S. sonnei - ATCC 9290 -
  1. Jor*: Strains were isolated from food and environmental samples collected in Jordan and were deposited in the Egyptian Microbial Culture Collection (EMCC; Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt) and their 16S rRNA sequences were deposited in the GenBank. C: clinical samples isolated from patients obtained from CDC (Atlanta, GA, USA) and were a gift from Dr. Ben Davies Tall from U.S. FDA. All the other isolates were obtained from the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) except for Salmonella which obtained from the Collection of Institute Pasteur (CIP) and S. sonnei which was a local strain