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High prevalence of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the surgical units of Mulago hospital in Kampala, Uganda

David P Kateete, Sylvia Namazzi, Moses Okee, Alfred Okeng, Hannington Baluku, Nathan L Musisi, Fred A Katabazi, Moses L Joloba, Robert Ssentongo and Florence C Najjuka*

BMC Research Notes 2011, 4:326  doi:10.1186/1756-0500-4-326

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Coorection: Legend to Figure 1

David Kateete   (2011-10-10 12:13)  Makerere University College of Health Sciences email

In the original legend, Panel B incorrectly appears again for Panel D. The correct legend to figure 1 should read:

Figure 1, Representative images showing detection of virulence/antimicrobial resistance genes/determinants in MRSA isolates. Lanes: L, 100 bp DNA ladder; N, negative control (for all images). Panel A: 1 & 2, species confirmation of S. aureus by detection of the nuc gene; 3 & 4, ica; 5, bhp; 6 & 7, PVL. Panel B: 1 & 2, nuc; 3 & 4, tst1; 5 & 6, hla; 7 & 8, sdrE; 8, sea. Panel C: Detection of genes encoding aminoglycoside modifying enzymes (AMEs). 1 & 2, (aac(6’)-Ie-aph(2’’)-Ia); 3 & 4, (aph(3’)-IIIa); 5 & 6, (ant(4’)-Ia). Panel D. Graphical presentation of prevalence for selected determinants.

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