pIN32: a cointegrate plasmid with IncHI2 and IncFII components.

Abstract

An Enterobacter cloacae strain isolated from the faeces of a child with diarrhoea in Indonesia contained a transferable 216 MDa plasmid, pIN32, exhibiting IncHI2 phenotypic characters, including temperature sensitivity of transfer and the expression of H serotype pili at a repressed level. A derivative plasmid (pIN32-1), which had lost the IncHI2 phenotype… (More)

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