Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 2 MICs of a variety of antimicrobials against S. maltophilia K279a and derivatives lacking specific functional RND efflux pump genes

From: The complete genome, comparative and functional analysis of Stenotrophomonas maltophiliareveals an organism heavily shielded by drug resistance determinants

  Gent Kan Ami Tob Ery Chor Mero Imi Azt Ctz Pip Tet Min Trim Sul Cipro Levo Nor
K279a 16 256 64 32 >1,024 6 32 256 256 8 64 16 0.25 32 64 2 4 32
smeJ 8 256 32 32 >1,024 6 32 256 512 8 64 8 0.125 32 64 1 4 32
smeK 8 256 32 32 >1,024 6 32 256 512 8 64 8 0.125 32 64 1 4 32
smeJK 8 256 32 32 >1,024 6 32 256 512 8 64 8 0.125 32 64 1 4 32
smeZ 1 128 32 16 >1,024 6 32 256 512 8 64 16 0.25 32 64 2 4 32
  1. Gent, gentamicin, Kan, kanamycin; Ami, amikacin; Tob, tobramycin; Ery, erythromycin; Chor, chloramphenicol; Mero, meropenem; Imi, imipenem; Azt, aztreonam; Ctz, ceftazidime; Pip, piperacillin; Tet, tetracycline; Min, minocycline; Trim, trimpethoprim; Sul, sulphamethoxazole; Cipro, ciprofloxacin; Levo, levofloxacin; Nor, norfloxacin.
  2. Entries in bold indicate changes of the MIC in the mutants compared to wild type K279a. The units used are in mg/L