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Table 8 Sources, pathotypes, serotypes, and resistance profiles of diarrheic E. coli in Nyanga

From: Prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility patterns of enteric bacterial pathogens in human and non-human sources in an urban informal settlement in Cape Town, South Africa

Isolate Number Source Pathotype Serotype Resistance profile
777 Mutton DAEC Non-Typeable AMP AMC CXM CXA
LR16 Water DAEC O101 AMP
NY29 Child STEC O106 AMP
789 Beef EPEC Non-Typeable
NY3.2 Child DAEC Non-Typeable
NY1.2 Child DAEC O153 AMP AMC CXM CXA FOX CTX
NY50 Child EPEC O49
767 Water DAEC Non-Typeable AMP AMC TZP
NY1.1 Child DAEC O153 AMP AMC CXM CXA FOX CTX
NY13.1 Child EaggEC Non-Typeable
NY43 Child EaggEC O143
NY58 Child DAEC Non-Typeable
710 Water STEC Non-Typeable
NY4 Child EIEC Non-Typeable
E101.1 Water EaggEC Non-Typeable
NY60 Child DAEC Non-Typeable AMP
NY28 Child DAEC Non-Typeable AMP
E33.1 Child DAEC Non-Typeable
E34.1 Child DAEC Non-Typeable
PK-STEC Pork DAEC Non-Typeable
  1. Expert interpretation rules embedded in the WHONET software were used to classify as resistant or susceptible. AMP = ampicillin, AMC = amoxicillin-clavulanate, CTX = cefotaxime, TZP = tazobactam-piperacillin, CXM = cefuroxime, CXA = cefuroxime axetil, FOX = cefoxitin