M. Gomila is the recipient of a postdoctoral contract from the Juan de la Cierva Programme of the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. Electronic VX-770 nmr supplementary material Additional file 1: Table S1. List of isolates analysed, their origin and sample type. External strains for comparison purposes have been included in the study: the type strains C. amycolatum CCUG 35685T and C. striatum ATCC 6940T, as well as two strains of C. striatum with different origins, CCUG 39137 (from a human wound) and CCUG 44705 (tobacco industry). (DOC 114 KB) Additional file 2: Table S2. Primers used for performing the molecular
analysis of the 56 Corynebacterium strains. (DOCX 16 KB) Additional file 3: Table S3. Phenotypic results of RapID CB Plus® tests for the different strains analysed. (DOC 169 KB) Additional file 4: Table S4. Antibiotic susceptibility pattern of each strain analysed. The antibiotics tested for all strains were penicillin (PEN), imipenem (IMI), erythromycin (ERI), rifampicin (RIF), tetracycline (TET), vancomycin (VAN), ciprofloxacin (CIP), gentamicin (GEN), cefotaxime (CEF), and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TRI). R, resistant; I, intermediate; S, susceptible. (DOC 98 KB) Additional file 5: Figure S1. ERIC-PCR patterns of the
different C. striatum clinical isolates analysed. The number on the top of the lane corresponds to the number of clinical isolate studied; CsT, C. striatum ATCC 6940T. find more M1, Marker λE/H; M2, marker 100 bp. (DOC 262 KB) Additional file 6: Figure S2. SARAMIS cluster analysis of all Corynebacterium strains isolated. (DOC 290 KB) References 1. Bolt F, Cassiday
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