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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Tet resistance) ... Resistance to tetracyclines can arise through drug efflux, ribosomal protection ...
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... moderate resistance to macrolides (10), and tet genes coding for ribosomal ... resistance genes have been found in anaerobes (3, 18), only the tet(M) ...
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In general a greater diversity of tet resistance genes was detected in the high ... were tested by PCR for the presence of the tetracycline resistance genes tet(A) ...
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... tetracycline resistance determinants by an inhibitor of the Tet(B) antiport protein.Antimicrob. ... tetracycline resistance mediated by hybrid Tet proteins. ...
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... tetracycline resistance determinant tet(M) ... tetracycline resistance determinant, tet(E) ... tetracycline resistance determinants, including tet(M). Three ...
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The European ... there are the tetracycline resistance proteins Tet(U) and Otr(C) ... the tetracycline resistance protein Tet(A), a tetracycline ...
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Tet(O) is an elongation factor-like protein which confers resistance to the ... A model for Tet(O)-mediated tetracycline resistance. ...
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tet(W) was found responsible for tetracycline resistance (MICs, 4 ... Amplification and analysis of tetracycline resistance genes. Location of the tet(W) gene. ...
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A novel tetracycline resistance gene, designated tet(32), which confers a high ... As with all RP proteins, Tet(32) also confers resistance to minocycline (10 µg/ml) ...
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Analysis of tetracycline resistance tet(W) genes and their flanking sequences in ... Tetracycline Resistance Gene tet(W) in the Pathogenic Bacterium ...
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Mechanisms of resistance for characterized tet and otr genesa ... Distribution of tet resistance genes among gram-negative bacteriaa ...
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PTK 0796 overcomes tet resistance mechanisms in gram-positive bacteria as ... status of tet susceptibility of the test organisms, mutational resistance to PTK ...
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Producers: otrA - otrB - otrC - tcr3 (trcC) - tet ... Bacterial resistance to tetracycline: mechanisms, transfer, and clinical significance. ...
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Splitting the Tet-resistance gene, TetA(C) Where to insert HixC sites? ... Yet, tet resistance assays revealed that the Tet constructs I built did not ...
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Dictionary: tet·ra·cy·cline (tĕt'rə-sī'klēn', -klĭn) Top ... Overuse of these and other antibiotics has led to drug resistance in microorganisms. ...
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... that has been associated with another tetracycline resistance determinant, tet(E) ... Although tet(M) is widely distributed and provides functional resistance to ...
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Residual TET resistance had also been observed when the corresponding glycine ... efflux protein Tet(K) determined by antibacterial resistance gene fusions. ...
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... level tetracycline resistance is usually associated with the tet(O) gene carried ... plasmid-encoded tet(O)-mediated tetracycline resistance in German ...
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intergeneric transfer of a new tetracycline resistance gene, tet(W), isolated ... of the new tetracycline resistance gene tet(W) in bacteria from the human ...
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Resistance. Resistance to the TET for gram-neg and gram-pos bacteria is mediated by ... Absorption of TET is impaired by food in the stomach, milk products, ...
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