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Table 3 S. haemolyticus strains included in the study

From: Identification of surface proteins in a clinical Staphylococcus haemolyticus isolate by bacterial surface shaving

SampleCountryIsolated fromYear of isolationENA IDaLab. ID
1NorwayBlood1995ERS06626725–12
2NorwayBlood2004ERS06628451–11
3NorwayBlood2002ERS06628151–08
4SwitzerlandBlood2001ERS06639853–18
5GermanyBlood2008ERS06633553–73
6bSwitzerlandWound2004ERS06638053–38
7NorwayBlood2004ERS06629551–29
8SwitzerlandBlood2004ERS06637053–35
9SwitzerlandUnknown2006ERS06638153–49
10SwitzerlandBlood2005ERS06638653–48
11NorwayNasal Swab2010ERS06631554–64
12NorwayArmpit2013ERS337077657–01
13NorwayGroin2013ERS337078057–12
14NorwayArmpit2014ERS337080257–66
15NorwayGroin2014ERS337080958–28
16NorwayHamstring2013ERS337078457–22
17NorwayGroin2014ERS337079057–33
18NorwayGroin2014ERS337080057–61
19NorwayGroin2014ERS337080658–08
20NorwayUnknown2013ERS337081558–62
  1. Ten clinical and ten commensal S. haemolyticus strains were included in the study. Samples 1–10 are clinical strains and 11–20 are commensal strains
  2. aENA = European Nucleotide Archive.
  3. b Strain no. 6 was chosen for bacterial surface protein shaving