the distribution of enteric bacteria from australian mammals: host and geographical effects.bacteria of the family enterobacteriaceae were isolated from 642 mammalian hosts, representing 16 families and 79 species, collected from throughout australia. escherichia coli was the most common of the 24 enteric species recovered and represented almost half of the isolates. association analysis revealed that most other species of bacteria were less likely to be recovered from hosts in which e. coli was present. the composition of the enteric community of a host was found to be determined by b ...199910537188
dominance of imp-4-producing enterobacter cloacae among carbapenemase-producing enterobacteriaceae in australia.the prevalence of carbapenemase-producing enterobacteriaceae (cpe) has been increasing worldwide. blaimp has been reported to be the predominant carbapenemase-encoding gene within enterobacteriaceae in australia. however, there are limited data currently available on cpe from queensland, australia. a total of 58 cpe isolates were isolated between july 2009 and march 2014 from queensland hospitals. the clonality of isolates was determined by diversilab repetitive sequence-based pcr. the isolates ...201525918153
identification of plasmid-mediated extended-spectrum and ampc beta-lactamases in enterobacter spp. isolated from dogs.the genetic determinants involved in reduced susceptibility to third-generation cephalosporins and aztreonam were identified in ten canine enterobacter isolates associated with opportunistic infections in three veterinary hospitals in brisbane, australia. all isolates were evaluated by a combination of phenotypic (broth microdilution and disc susceptibility, modified disc diffusion and ief) and genotypic (pfge, plasmid analysis, southern blot hybridization, bacterial conjugation, pcr and sequenc ...200717314376
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