Klebsiella pneumoniae ST307 with blaOXA-181, South Africa, 2014–2016
, Marleen M. Kock, Jennifer Coetzee, Ebrahim Hoosien, Gisele Peirano, Kathy-Ann Strydom, Marthie M. Ehlers, Nontombi M. Mbelle, Elena Shashkina, David B. Haslam, Puneet Dhawan, Robert J. Donnelly, Liang Chen1
, Barry N. Kreiswirth, and Johann D.D. Pitout
Author affiliations: University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa (M. Lowe, M.M. Kock, K.-A. Strydom, M.M. Ehlers, N.M. Mbelle, J.D.D. Pitout); National Health Laboratory Service, Pretoria (M. Lowe, M.M. Kock, K.-A. Strydom, M.M. Ehlers, N.M. Mbelle); Ampath Laboratories, Pretoria (J. Coetzee, E. Hoosien); Calgary Laboratory Services, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (G. Peirano, J.D.D. Pitout); University of Calgary, Calgary (G. Peirano, J.D.D. Pitout); Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, USA (E. Shashkina, L. Chen, B.N. Kreiswirth); Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (D.B. Haslam); New Jersey Medical School, Newark (P. Dhawan, R.J. Donnelly)
Figure 2. Geographic distribution of Klebsiella pneumoniae sequence type 307 with oxacillinase 181 in northeastern South Africa, January 2014–December 2016. A) South Africa; B) Gauteng Province; C) Limpopo Province; D) Mpumalanga Province. Map source: http://d-maps.com.
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