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Volume 23, Number 12—December 2017

Characterization of Streptococcus pyogenes from Animal Clinical Specimens, Spain

Ana Isabel Vela, Pilar Villalón, Juan Antonio Sáez-Nieto, Gema Chacón, Lucas Domínguez, and José Francisco Fernández-GarayzábalComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Complutense University, Madrid, Spain (A.I. Vela, L. Domínguez, J.F. Fernández-Garayzábal); Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Majadahonda, Madrid (P. Villalón, J.A. Sáez-Nieto); Laboratorio Exopol San Mateo, Zaragoza, Spain (G. Chacón)

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Table 2

Testing results for the 15 isolates characterized in study of Streptococcus pyogenes from animal specimens, Spain*

emm type
PFGE profile
MLST type
MIC, mg/L
Macrolide resistance TET resistance genes
Virulence genes
M50163 12 A ST36 >256 32 96 cMLSB mefA/ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M79144 12 A ST36 >256 0.75 48 M mefA/ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M78761 12 A ST36 >256 0.75 32 M mefA/ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M75791 12 A ST36 6 0.09 32 M mefA/ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M75539 12 A ST36 8 0.19 24 M mefA/ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M75533 12 A ST36 16 0.19 32 M mefA/ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M75123 12 A ST36 12 0.19 48 M ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M73512 12 A ST36 0.25 0.12 32 tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M72636 12 A ST36 >256 >256 48 cMLSB ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
M72193 12 A ST36 >256 1.5 96 iMLSB ermB tetM/tetO speB/speF/speG
83639 12 A ST36 >256 0.38 48 M ermB tetM speB/speF/speG
83553 77 B ST63 0.19 0.12 64 speB/speF/spec
85374 77 B ST63 0.12 0.09 64 tetO speB/speF/spec
M75768 77 B ST63 0.12 0.09 32 tetM/tetO speB/speF/speC
M82209 77 B ST63 0.19 0.12 64 tetO speB/ speF/speC

*ERY, erythromycin; CLIN, clindamycin; MLST, multilocus sequence typing; PFGE, pulsed-field gel electrophoresis; ST, sequence type; TET, tetracycline.

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