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A novel type of resistance plasmid in Haemophilus influenzae.

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Resistance plasmids of a novel type were found in two Haemophilus influenzae clinical isolates. pPJ301 and pPJ302 are 10.0 kilobases in size, carry a Tn2-like transposable element, and are related only by their common beta-lactamase genes to the other two types of resistance plasmids known to occur in H. influenzae.

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