Table 9

Results obtained for each of the samples using DGGE band extraction and sequencing (PRADS).

V seq

V genus

D seq

D genus

P seq

P genus


18

Enterobacter spp.*

13

Pseudomonas spp.*

34

Serratia spp.

17

Pseudomonas spp.*

12

Haemophilus spp.

13

Dialister spp.

4

Proteus spp.

11

Citrobacter spp.*

10

Peptococcus spp.

2

Klebsiella spp.*

11

Stenotrophomonas spp.

3

Pseudomonas spp.*

2

Pectobacterium spp.

10

Morganella spp.

2

Citrobacter spp.

2

Erwinia spp.

10

Staphylococcus spp.

2

Morganella spp.

1

Serratia spp.*

5

Acinetobacter spp.

2

Proteus spp.*

1

UWB

5

Acinetobacter spp.

1

Haemophilus spp.

1

Haemophilus spp.

4

Morganella spp.

1

Klebsiella spp.

4

Proteus spp.*

1

Leminorella spp.

3

Delftia spp.

1

Pectobacterium spp.

3

Obesumbacterium spp.

1

Peptoniphilus spp.

2

Dialister spp.

1

Prevotella spp.

2

Mannheimia spp.

1

UWB

1

Comamonas spp.

1

Grimontia spp.

1

Klebsiella spp.*

1

Macrococcus spp.

1

Methylophaga spp.

1

Pantoea spp.

1

Pectobacterium spp.

1

Rahnella spp.

1

Serratia spp.*

1

Streptococcus spp.*

1

UWB


This table provides the identified genus of the bacteria found in each of the samples as determined by DGGE band excision, cloning and sequencing (PRADS). The number of sequences corresponding to this genus is provided. The physiological aspects of these isolates are described elsewhere in most cases. UWB refers to unknown wound bacteria or sequences without significant similarity to database sequences.

Dowd et al. BMC Microbiology 2008 8:43   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-8-43

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