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Table 3 Distribution of E. coli and Salmonella resistance phenotypes and genes

From: Extended spectrum beta-lactamase and fluoroquinolone resistance genes among Escherichia coli and Salmonella isolates from children with diarrhea, Burkina Faso

Isolates Resistance phenotypes Genetic resistance genes
β-Lactam genes Quinolones genes
bla OXA bla CTX−M bla SHV bla TEM qnrA qnrB qnrS
066B (S. Typhimurium) CRFQ - - - - - - -
112G1 (S. Virchow) CRQ - - - - - - -
084B (S. Duisburg) - + - - - - - -
057B (S. Poona) -   - - - - - -
068B (S. Typhimurium) - + - - - - - -
078B (S. Ouakam) - + - - - - - -
063G (S. Hvittingfoss) - - - - - - - -
087G (S. Poona) - - - - - - - -
112 G2 (S. Virchow) - - - - - - - -
025B (EAEC) ESBL + CRQ + - - - - - -
039B (EAEC) ESBL + - - - - - -
043B (aEPEC) ESBL + Carbapenemase + - - - - + -
044B (EAEC) ESBL + Carbapenemase + CRQ + + - - - - -
046B (aEPEC) ESBL + CRQ + - - - - - -
  1. - = absence; + = presence
  2. SSalmonella, EAEC Enteroagregative Escherichia coli, aEPEC Atypical Enteropathogenic E. coli, CRQ Cross-Resistance phenotype to Quinolones, CRFQ Cross-Resistance phenotype to Fluoroquinolones, ESBL Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamases