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From: Enterococci in river Ganga surface waters: Propensity of species distribution, dissemination of antimicrobial-resistance and virulence-markers among species along landscape

Figure 2

Distribution of single/multiple-antimicrobial-resistance in different Enterococcus spp. Abbreviations: A, ampicillin; P, penicillinG; M, methicillin; G, gentamicin; S, streptomycin (aminoglycoside); Va, vancomycin (glycopeptide); Te, teicoplanin; E, erythromycin; R, rifampicin; T, tetracycline; P-M, penicillinG-methicillin; A-P-Ox-M, ampicillin-penicillinG-oxacillin-methicillin (β-lactam); E-R, erythromycin-rifampicin (Macrolide-rifamycin); Va-G-S/Va-S/Va-G (glycopeptide-aminoglycoside); M-G-S/P-G-S (β-lactam-aminoglycoside); Va-M (glycopeptide-β-lactam); T-E-R (tetracycline-macrolide-rifamycin); E-R-Va (macrolide-rifamycin-glycopeptide); E-R-Va-M (macrolide-rifamycin-glycopeptide-β-lactam); E-R-M/E-R-A/E-R-P (macrolide-rifamycin-β-lactam); E-R-G/E-R-S (macrolide-rifamycin-aminoglycoside); E-R-S-M/E-R-G-M (macrolide-rifamycin-aminoglycoside-β-lactam). All antimicrobial combinations derived from aforementioned antimicrobial abbreviations.

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