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Table 2 Antibiogram of CRe recovered from human inhabitants in households with cockroach CRe

From: Household cockroaches carry CTX-M-15-, OXA-48- and NDM-1-producing enterobacteria, and share beta-lactam resistance determinants with humans

  1. *As per column headings, dark cells indicate “yes”; white cells indicate “no” C+, successfully transferred the beta-lactamase encoding genotype to J53 E.coli recipient via conjugation; CRe refers to cephalosporin resistant Enterobacteriaceae with no detectable phenotype for AmpC, ESBL or carbapenemases; Gn, gentamicin; Tgc, tigecycline; Cip, ciprofloxacin; Cot, cotrimoxazole; Mer, meropem; Fox, cefoxitin; Cfx, cefuroxime; Ctx, cefotaxime; Amp, ampicillin; Aug, aumentin; Chl, chloramphenicol; Tet, tetracycline; Nit, nitrofurantoin; Azt, aztreonam; Aug, amoxicillin/clavulanic acid, Ptz, piperacillin/tazobactam; Cpt, ceftaroline (approved for only E.coli, K. pneumoniae, K oxytoca. For cells with diagonal lines, Cpt is not approved for testing organism); pAmpC, plasmid mediated AmpC gene; MDR, multidrug resistanct; XDR, extensively drug resistant; R, not reported (test organisms intrinsically resistant to antibiotic); nd, no detectable plasmid AmpC, ESBL or carbapenemase gene