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Table 2 Summary of horizontal gene transfer between S. enterica and commensal bacteria

From: Current knowledge and perspectives of potential impacts of Salmonella enterica on the profile of the gut microbiota

Mobile genetic elements S. enterica Reference
Colicin-plasmid p2 From S. Typhimurium to commensal E. coli. [21]
p3464b plasmid carrying blaCTX-M-9 gene. From S. Virchow isolated from a chicken farm to E. coli. [93]
Plasmid carrying blaCTX-M-9 gene. From S. Virchow originating from poultry to a commensal E. coli isolated from human. [94]
pIFM3844 plasmid carrying multidrug resistance genes and blaCTX-M1 gene. From S. Typhimurium to commensal E. coli. [95]
pESI megaplasmid carrying multidrug resistance and virulence genes. From S. Infantis to commensal E. coli [96]
pSA831R plasmid carrying blaTEM-3 gene. From members of the family Enterobacteriaceae to S. Anatum in the GIT of patients. [97]
plPl849 plasmid carrying blaTEM-3 gene. From Klebsiella pneumoniae to S. Kedougou in the GIT of individual patients. [98]
72-MDa plasmid carrying blacmy-2 gene. From E. coli to S. Newport isolated from turkey. [99]
IncK2-plasmid carrying blaCMY-2 gene. From E. coli to S. Heidelberg isolated from chicken. [100]
R plasmid encoded resistance to streptomycin. From E. coli to S. Lomita in the GIT of sheep. [101]