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Table 2 Sequence type distribution (ST) of S. pneumoniae isolates used in this study

From: Seasonality and outbreak of a predominant Streptococcus pneumoniaeserotype 1 clone from The Gambia: Expansion of ST217 hypervirulent clonal complex in West Africa

     Allele profiles    No of isolates Total no. of Isolates
ST aroE gdh gki recP spi xpt ddl Carriage Invasive  
ST217 10 18 4 1 7 19 9 1 5 6
ST612 10 18 4 1 7 19 31 1 3 4
ST 618 13 8 4 1 7 19 14 22 93 115
ST1331 13 8 4 1 7 19 9 1 1 2
ST2084 13 8 4 2 7 19 14 2 2 4
ST3570 7 18 4 1 7 19 31 1 0 1
ST3571 7 13 101 4 36 1 74 1 0 1
ST3574 13 8 4 1 7 19 19 2 0 2
ST3572 7 2 4 4 7 17 19 1 0 1
ST3573 13 8 4 15 7 19 14 0 1 1
ST3574 13 8 4 1 7 19 19 0 1 1
ST3575 10 191 4 1 7 19 9 0 12 12
ST1336 13 8 4 1 7 19 161 0 1 1
ST3576 5 17 4 4 6 1 17 0 1 1
ST3577 10 8 4 1 7 19 14 0 1 1
ST3578 1 8 193 5 6 58 8 0 1 1
ST3579 13 8 4 5 7 250 14 0 2 2
ST3580 10 13 53 1 72 19 31 0 1 1
ST3581 13 8 4 115 7 19 14 0 2 2
ST3582 12 43 194 1 181 49 31 1 0 1
ST3407 23 189 4 12 43 4 74 1 0 1
ST3583 2 20 4 38 27 88 6 1 0 1
ST3329 7 13 4 8 6 20 18 1 0 1
Total         36 (100) 127 (100) 163
  1. Novel alleles are underlined.