The prevalence of pAmpC was investigated in 534 E. cloacae, 137 S. marcescens and 104 C. freundii collected from 2005 to 2014 in China. The presence of pAmpCs was significantly linked to blaCTX-M and class 1 integron.
Background: A total of 775 consecutive non-duplicate isolates of Enterobacteriaceae (534 E. cloacae, 137 S. marcescens and 104 C. freundii) were collected from 2005 to 2014 at 34 hospitals in Anhui Province, China.
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Chromosome abnormality chip detection system provides a sensitive, economic and high-throughput method for detecting the deletion or amplification of genomic DNA sequences of infertile patients.
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