Digital Biology Friday: A helpful hint

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Sandra Porter
I began this series last week with a question about a DNA sequence that was published and reported to be one the first beta-lactamases to be found in Streptococcus pneumoniae. Mike has a great post about one of problems with this paper. I think the data themselves are awfully suspicious. So, last week I suggested that you, dear readers, go and find out why. I gave you a link to the abstract and a place to get started. Perhaps that was too hard. Sigh. Okay, here's a little more help and another clue.
I highlighted the accession numbers. Post your guesses in the comments.

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