Ribotyping of Erwinia chrysanthemi Strains in Relation to Their Pathogenic and Geographic Distribution.

  title={Ribotyping of Erwinia chrysanthemi Strains in Relation to Their Pathogenic and Geographic Distribution.},
  author={Atef Nassar and Yves Bertheau and Catherine Dervin and Jean Narcy and M Lemattre},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  volume={60 10},
16S and 23S rRNAs from Escherichia coli were used to study the relationship among a representative collection of strains of Erwinia chrysanthemi differing in their original host and geographical origin. Phenetic analysis of restriction fragment length polymorphisms allowed the distribution of the studied strains into seven clusters. These clusters were similar to those obtained by cladistic methods and appeared to correlate well with the established pathovars and biovars but to a lesser extent… CONTINUE READING

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