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Supplemental Figure 1. Phylogram inferred by neighbor joining from a concatenated sequence containing gap, prs, and sigB for unique L. monocytogenes sequence types and L. innocua.
Supplemental Figure 2. Neighbor joining phylogram inferred from a single sequence selected to represent unique sigB allelic types for 120 L. monocytogenes, 48 L. innocua, 48 L. seeligeri, and 48 L. welshimeri isolates
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Supplemental Table S1. Allelic profiles and MLST types for the initial set of 25 Salmonella isolates characterized by seven-gene MLST