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Table 3 Representative strains from each of the biogroups used in this study.

From: The biochemical differentiation of Enterobacter sakazakii genotypes

Biogroup NTUa strain number Source Origin
1 1 NCTC 11467b Child's throat (Type strain) (ATCC 29544 = CDC 4562-70)
2 12 Cèské Budéjovicec Faeces (adult 3753)
2a 512 Radboudd Clinical (Prague 26248)
3 680 CDC 996-77e Spinal fluid (New York, USA)
4 683 CDC 407-77 Sputum (Pennsylvania, USA)
4a 515 Radboud Clinical (Prague 26706)
5 685 CDC 1716-77 Blood (Connecticut, USA)
5a 472 NTU Infant formula (Korea)
6 564 CDC 5960-70 Blood (Florida, USA)
7 686 CDC 9369-75 Unknown
8a 22 FSM E321f Infant formula (France)
8b 15 Cèské Budéjovice Faeces (adult 2422)
8c 35 NTU Infant cereal (Washington, USA)
9 681 CDC 1058-77 Breast abscess
9a 521 Radboud Clinical (Prague 27288)
10 582 NCTC 9844 Unknown
11 684 CDC 3128-77 Sputum (Alabama, USA)
12 563 CDC 0743-75 Foot wound (Wisconsin, USA)
13 567 CDC 9363-75 Unknown
13a 535 Radboud Milk powder (New Zealand)
13b 507 Radboud Clinical (Prague 25569)
13c 101 NTU Whole mixed spice
14 565 CDC 1895-73 Faeces (Maryland, USA)
14a 33 NTU Baby rice (Herndon, USA)
15 566 CDC 3523-75 Bone marrow (Arizona, USA)
16 9 NTU Infant food (cheese puffs)
16a 92 NTU Herb (biota tops)
16b 57 NTU Milk powder (UK)
16c 581 NCTC 9529 Water
  1. aNottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK; bNCTC, London, UK; cHospital Cèské Budéjovice, Czech Republic; dDepartment of Medical Microbiology, Radboud, Nijmegen, Netherlands; eCDC, Atlanta, GA, USA; fNestlé Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland.