SUMF2

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SUMF2

A gene on chromosome 7q11.1 that encodes sulfatase modifying factor 2, which inhibits SUMF1-induced activation of sulfatases. It is highly expressed in the kidneys, liver and placenta.
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Twelve clinically rare lineages were identified, including 2 not previously described, encompassing 45 unique PFGE types (online Technical Appendix Figure 1).
Agarose gel electrophoresis was performed in 1% PFGE certified agarose gels (Biorad, California, USA) in 0.
Serological Diagnosis, PFGE Patterns, and Correlation Analysis According to the Sample Type and Serogroup
All isolates that were subjected to PFGE were first characterized with API 20E test strips (bioMerieux, Inc.
A analise por PFGE de 95 linhagens utilizando a enzima SmaI revelou a ocorrencia de cinco perfis eletroforeticos ou pulsotipos (Tabela 1).
Evaluation of chromosomal polymorphisms was performed by PFGE as described by Denton et al.
Although the DLA assay analyzes a smaller proportion of the genome and a narrower size range than PFGE and although the sequence-based mapping information is not as discriminatory as the nucleic acid sequences given by MLST, the combination of both features allows the DLA technology to possess a discriminatory power equivalent to that of PFGE and MLST.
cholerae O1 chromosomal restriction PFGE patterns were classified according to Tenover et al.
pneumoniae isolates (38 from ophthalmic infections, 9 from systemic infections and 14 commensals) were characterized using PFGE of the whole genome after SmaI, restriction enzyme digestion and conventional ribotyping using Escherichia coli rRNA operon as the probe.
The use of PFGE confirmed that approximately 20% of the organisms had genetic fingerprint patterns identical to those of at least one other individual in the state.