TABLE 1

Bacterial strains used in this study

Serovar or speciesStrainIsolation location or characteristicsReference(s) or source
Salmonella TyphimuriumD65Clinical isolate from blood culture, Mali43, 44
D23580Clinical isolate from blood culture, Malawi18, 45
CVD 1921I77 ΔguaBA ΔclpP15
CVD 1931D65 ΔguaBA ΔclpXS. M. Tennant, P. Schmidlein, J. E. Galen, and M. M. Levine, unpublished data
Salmonella EnteritidisR11Clinical isolate from blood culture, Mali43, 44
S01Clinical isolate from blood culture, Mali43, 44
S15Clinical isolate from blood culture, Mali43, 44
Q38Clinical isolate from blood culture, Mali43, 44
CVD 1941R11 ΔguaBA ΔclpP15
CVD 1944R11 ΔguaBA ΔclpX15
Salmonella TyphiTy2Wild-type46
CVD 909Ty2 ΔaroC ΔaroD ΔhtrA Ptac-tviA11
CVD 910Ty2 ΔguaBA ΔhtrA26
CVD 915Ty2 ΔguaBA47
Ty21aTy2 ΔgalE ΔilvD ΔviaB (Vi) H2S48
Salmonella Paratyphi AATCC 9150Wild-typeAmerican Type Culture Collection, Manassas, VA
CVD 1901ATCC 9150 ΔguaBA14
CVD 1902ATCC 9150 ΔguaBA ΔclpX14
Escherichia coliBortO18:K1:H7, clinical isolate from blood culture, Walter Reed Army Medical Center49