Phylogeographical analysis of the dominant multidrug-resistant H58 clade of Salmonella Typhi identifies inter- and intracontinental transmission events.

Wong, VK; Baker, S; Pickard, DJ; Parkhill, J; Page, AJ; Feasey, NA; Kingsley, RA; Thomson, NR; Keane, JA; Weill, FX; +64 more... Edwards, DJ; Hawkey, J; Harris, SR; Mather, AE; Cain, AK; Hadfield, J; Hart, PJ; Thieu, NT; Klemm, EJ; Glinos, DA; Breiman, RF; Watson, CH; Kariuki, S; Gordon, MA; Heyderman, RS; Okoro, C; Jacobs, J; Lunguya, O; Edmunds, WJ; Msefula, C; Chabalgoity, JA; Kama, M; Jenkins, K; Dutta, S; Marks, F; Campos, J; Thompson, C; Obaro, S; MacLennan, CA; Dolecek, C; Keddy, KH; Smith, AM; Parry, CM; Karkey, A; Mulholland, EK; Campbell, JI; Dongol, S; Basnyat, B; Dufour, M; Bandaranayake, D; Naseri, TT; Singh, SP; Hatta, M; Newton, P; Onsare, RS; Isaia, L; Dance, D; Davong, V; Thwaites, G; Wijedoru, L; Crump, JA; De Pinna, E; Nair, S; Nilles, EJ; Thanh, DP; Turner, P; Soeng, S; Valcanis, M; Powling, J; Dimovski, K; Hogg, G; Farrar, J; Holt, KE; Dougan, G; (2015) Phylogeographical analysis of the dominant multidrug-resistant H58 clade of Salmonella Typhi identifies inter- and intracontinental transmission events. Nature genetics, 47 (6). pp. 632-9. ISSN 1061-4036 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3281

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