TETB

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TETBTeachings of Ezra Taft Benson
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Of 34 isolates resistant to tetracycline, seven isolates harbored more than one resistance gene (1-tetA & tetD, 1-tetA, tetC & tetS, 2-tetC & tetE, 2-tetC & tetS and 1-tetC, tetD & tetE), 4 carried tetA gene and 1 carried tetB gene.
Of 34 tetracycline resistant isolates, seven strains harbored more than one resistance gene (1- tetA & tetD, 1- tetA, tetC & tetS, 2- tetC & tetE, 2- tetC & tetS and 1- tetC, tetD & tetE), 4 carried tetA gene and 1 carried tetB gene.
Antimicrobial resistance genes tetA, tetB and ampC were most frequent and they were found in 42%, 28%, and 26% of isolates, respectively.
All 15 isolates screened were negative for the other antibiotic resistance genes, which correlated well with their susceptibility phenotypes: vancomycin (vanA and vanB genes), mupirocin (mupA, ileS), gentamicin (aac(6')-aph(2")), linezolid (cfr), tetracycline (tetA, tetB), and fusidic acid fusB, fusC, fusD).
Of these mechanisms in Gram negative bacteria, an efflux pump system encoded by the genes tetA, tetB, tetC, tetD, tetE and tetG is perhaps the most important (Skockova et al., 2012).
coli isolates recovered from poultry drinking water and the prevalence of tetA, tetB, tetC, tetD, tetE and tetG genes in the local population of E.
striatum isolates demonstrated the presence of erm(X), codifying for the resistance to erythromycin and clindamycin; tetA, and tetB, codifying for the resistance to tetracycline, oxytetracycline, and oxacillin; and cmx and aphA1, responsible for resistance to aminoglycosides and chloramphenicol, respectively.