Single nucleotide polymorphism analysis divided the isolates into distinct clusters, with the NDM-1 isolate an outlier and the IMP isolates and 6/7 MBL-negative isolates clustering separately from the main set of 73 VIM-2 isolates.

Within the VIM-2 set, there were at least 3 distinct clusters, including a tightly clustered set of isolates from 3 hospital laboratories consistent with an outbreak from a single introduction that was quickly brought under control and a much broader set dominated by isolates from a long-running outbreak in a London hospital, also including isolates from 7 other hospital laboratories in London and South East England, likely seeded from an environmental source, requiring different control measures.

collected between 20 from 65 patients and 12 environmental isolates from 24 hospital laboratories across the United Kingdom on an Illumina Hi Seq.

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In this article, I’ll try to cover the more “desirable” Marshall amps that were built since 1962 up to the JCM800 series, wich most consider to be the “last” great Marshalls produced (That until Marshall released the Vintage Modern series. I will also try to give examples of where they were used.. I hope you like it These are just a few of the thousands of codes that Marshall came up with for their amps. There were many cosmetic changes on the first years until it finally got the “Classic Marshall Look” by 1964.

I won’t write the rest because it may confuse you even more. It’s important to note that, for example, a 1959 amp has nothing to do with the The JTM-45 JTM-45 with “block” logo The first Marshall ever made. The front panel has “Presence”, “Bass”, “Middle” and “Treble” controls, as well as 2 volumes and 4 inputs.

If you don’t have much experience (myself included, to be honest : P), I recommend asking help from the members here of the community.

Post a link of the desired amp on the “Ebay Watch Post”, so we can help analyzing it. I’ll concentrate on “how they sound”, “how they look like” and also “how to tell them apart”. It was made as a head and as a combo (known as the “Bluesbreaker” combo).

He discovered that, by playing really loud, it would start to “break up”. The first one was the creation of the first 100w amp.

The JTM-45/ 100 (JTM-100) The JTM-45/100 with the “block” logo Pete Townshend and John Entwistle of The Who needed amps that could overpower the noisy and energetic crowds.The sound of this amplifier is “creamy” and “warm”. This amp is more suited for blues players, with a smoother sound.Eric Clapton used a JTM-45 combo on the legendary (Now you know why this amp was called “Bluesbreaker” : P) He used his Les Paul through the Normal Channel of the amp. The then “horrible” distorted and saturated sound turned into what we know today as the “rock tone” (maybe not yet… Another example of this amp can be heard on AC/DC’s This is a confusing era, with lots of changes and new models. 😛 The transitition from the JTM to the JMP amps happened, in my view, with three steps.But Fil’s Metro is a reproduction of this very same amp, so you might be familiar with it by now.Please note the “Black Flag” JTM marking that was used at that time.WGS of international lineages such as ST-111 that are widely found provides the necessary resolution to inform epidemiological investigations and intervention policies.