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Distribution of phylogroups and co-resistance to antimicrobial agents in ampicillin resistant Escherichia coli isolated from healthy humans and from patients with bacteraemia.

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  • In 2002-03
  • 31 Ampicillin Resistant Faecal Isolates Were Collected From Healthy Humans
  • Moreover
  • 31 Ampicillin Resistant Blood Isolates From Patients With Bacte-Raemia Were Collected In 2000-02
  • All Isolates Were Tested Positive For The Pres-Ence Of Blatem
  • Isolates Were Characterized By Minimum Inhibitory Concentration To Antimicrobial Agents And Examined
  • The Phylotyping Grouped The Faecal Samples Into A (13%)
  • B1 (10%)
  • B2 (42%)
  • D (19%)
  • Nt (16%) While The Blood Isolates Grouped Into A (16%)
  • B1 (0%)
  • B2 (48%)
  • D (32%) And Nt (3%)
  • The Frequency Of Resistance In Faecal And Blood Isolates (F/B) Was: Tetracycline (48%/48%)
  • Gentamicin (0%/10%)
  • Ciprofloxacin (3%
  • 13%)
  • Sulfonamide (68%/77%) And Trimethoprim (39%/39%)
  • Conclusion: B2 Was The Most Prevalent Phylogroup Found Both In Faecal Isolates Collected From Health
  • And Co-Resistance Was Frequent In Isolates From Both Sources
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  • Biology

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Distribution of phylogroups and co-resistance to antimicrobial agents in ampicillin resistant Escherichia coli isolated from healthy humans and from patients with bacteraemia. - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Distribution of phylogroups and co-resistance to antimicrobial agents in ampicillin resistant Escherichia coli isolated from healthy humans and from patients with bacteraemia. - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Haugaard, A.; Hammerum, A. M.; Porsbo, Lone Jannok; Schønheyder, H.; Bielak, Eliza Maria; Hasman, Henrik / Distribution of phylogroups and co-resistance to antimicrobial agents in ampicillin resistant Escherichia coli isolated from healthy humans and from patients with bacteraemia.. 2011. Abstract from 2011 Symposium The Danish Microbiological Society, Copenhagen, Denmark. Publication: Research - peer-review › Conference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2011

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