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Table 3 Sequence types and alleles grouped by lineage

From: Genetic diversity of clinical isolates of Bacillus cereususing multilocus sequence typing

STa Nb glpF gmk ilvD pta pur pycA tpi Clade/lineagec
90 1 6 4 41 5 43 46 3 1/Cereus I
92 1 6 4 42 4 16 6 3 1/Cereus I
120 1 6 4 3 4 46 6 36 1/Cereus I
144 1 67 2 63 5 36 3 4 1
26 4 3 2 31 5 16 3 4 1/Cereus II
140 1 52 2 21 5 19 3 38 1/Cereus II
91 1 51 2 21 5 19 3 38 1/Cereus II
141 1 54 2 21 5 19 3 4 1/Cereus II
121 1 53 2 59 54 47 3 2 1/Cereus II
122 1 53 2 59 17 47 3 2 1/Cereus II
11 1 34 1 32 1 33 37 24 1/Cereus III
62 1 38 1 32 1 18 33 24 1/Cereus III
76 1 34 15 28 38 30 29 33 1/Cereus III
78 3 24 22 33 37 34 38 5 1/Cereus IV
123 1 48 30 33 37 44 48 45 1/Cereus IV
101 1 33 33 44 19 2 17 17 2/Toworthi
96 1 33 8 44 19 2 17 17 2/Toworthi
89 1 14 8 40 19 2 17 17 2/Toworthi
94 2 13 29 9 14 9 12 31 2/Toworthi
73 1 13 8 9 14 9 12 31 2/Toworthi
99 1 13 8 9 14 46 12 31 2/Toworthi
24 1 12 8 9 14 11 12 10 2/Toworthi
100 1 13 8 46 28 9 12 7 2/Toworthi
142 1 13 8 8 11 9 12 7 2/Toworthi
4 1 13 8 8 11 11 12 7 2/Toworthi
95 1 13 29 9 11 2 12 8 2/Toworthi
93 1 14 29 43 11 9 47 8 2/Toworthi
98 1 40 28 14 12 2 50 7 2/Kurstaki
85 1 47 28 14 12 2 36 7 2/Kurstaki
137 1 37 28 14 12 37 36 7 2/Kurstaki
136 1 31 8 14 44 2 36 7 2/Kurstaki
138 1 37 9 14 12 12 14 7 2/Kurstaki
124 1 14 32 48 45 58 51 7 2/Kurstaki
146 1 68 20 23 8 4 8 39 2/Thuringiensis
97 1 15 6 47 8 4 8 7 2/Thuringiensis
56 1 15 7 7 2 7 26 13 2/Sotto
111 1 43 26 35 42 39 41 30 2
102 1 49 31 45 43 45 49 37 1
  1. a ST = sequence type
  2. b Number of isolates identified from epidemiologically distinct (unrelated) events.
  3. c Clade as described by Priest et al. [28]