TABLE 2.

Stase activity in Triton X-100 extracts of N. gonorrhoeae and N. meningitidis clinical isolatesa

StrainMean Stase activity ± SD (cpm/μl)
N. gonorrhoeae
    B-9685 ± 12
    B-23945 ± 159
    FA10901,092 ± 117
    B-71,154 ± 129
    A-21,310 ± 508
    A-11,482 ± 371
    B-181,631 ± 88
    B-101,762 ± 331
    B-212,044 ± 133
    B-132,357 ± 581
    B-172,357 ± 458
    A-52,768 ± 304
    B-242,836 ± 896
    B-43,671 ± 924
    B-254,223 ± 473
    A-45,367 ± 1,915
N. meningitidis (serogroup)
    X4 (B)288 ± 23
    X8 (C)330 ± 252
    C1 (C)427 ± 23
    X6 (U)611 ± 252
    Y2 (Y)642 ± 293
    B2 (B)709 ± 399
    Y1 (Y)784 ± 410
    X2 (29E)807 ± 412
    W1 (W-135)814 ± 272
    A1 (A)844 ± 357
    A2 (A)927 ± 259
    X9 (U)999 ± 267
    B1 (B)1,003 ± 259
    B3 (B)1,176 ± 280
    X5 (U)2,561 ± 783
    X3 (X)3,845 ± 731
  • a A graphical representation of the tabulated data comparing the Stase activities of N. gonorrhoeae and N. meningitidis clinical isolates is shown in Fig. 1C.