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Table 2 The 22 sequenced Enterococcus faecium genomes

From: Complete genome sequence of Enterococcus faecium strain TX16 and comparative genomic analysis of Enterococcus faecium genomes

Strain ST CC17 Country Year Source Reference
1,231,408a 582 Yes NAb NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
1,231,501 52 No NA NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
Com15 583 No USA (MA) 2006 Healthy Volunteer Feces [38]
1,141,733 327 No NA NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
1,230,933 18 Yes NA NA Wound Swab of Hospitalized Patient [38]
1,231,410 17 Yes NA NA Skin and Soft Tissue Infection [38]
1,231,502 203 Yes NA NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
Com12 107 No USA (MA) 2006 Healthy Volunteer Feces [38]
E1039 42 No Netherlands 1998 Healthy Volunteer Feces [32]
E1162 17 Yes France 1997 Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [32]
E1071 32 No Netherlands 2000 Hospitalized Patient Feces [32]
E1679 114 No Brazil 1998 Swab of Vascular Catheter [32]
E1636 106 No Netherlands 1961 Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [32]
E980 94 No Netherlands 1998 Healthy Volunteer Feces [32]
U0317 78 Yes Netherlands 2005 UTI of Hospitalized Patient [32]
D344SRFc 21 No France 1985 Clinical (Site not specified) [42]
TC6 21 No USA (OH) NA Transconjugant of C68 and D344SRF [29]
C68 16 Yes USA (OH) 1998 Endocarditis Patient (Feces) [9]
TX0133 17 Yes USA (TX) 2006 Endocarditis Patient (Blood) This study
TX82 17 Yes USA (TX) 1999 Endocarditis Patient (Blood) [25]
TX16 18 Yes USA (TX) 1992 Endocarditis Patient (Blood) [43]
TX1330 107 No USA (TX) 1994 Healthy Volunteer Feces [17]
  1. aHybrid genome with ~1/3 of the core genes from the CA clade and 2/3 from the HA clade.
  2. bIndicates this information was not available.
  3. cA rifampin- and fusidic acid-resistant derivative of clinical strain E. faecium D344S in which the spontaneous loss of pbp5 and its surrounding region resulted in an ampicillin-susceptible phenotype.