Genomic insights of high-risk clones of ESBL-producing Escherichia coli isolated from community infections and commercial meat in southern Brazil

  08 June 2022

The results highlight a potential of commercialized meat as a reservoir of high-priority E. coli lineages in the community whereas the identification of E. coli ST131-C1-M27 indicates that novel pandemic clones have emerged in Brazil, constituting a public health issue.

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Author(s): João Gabriel Material Soncini, Louise Cerdeira, Elder Sano, Vanessa Lumi Koga, Ariane Tiemy Tizura, Zuleica Naomi Tano, Gerson Nakazato, Renata Katsuko Takayama Kobayashi, Caio Augusto Martins Aires, Nilton Lincopan & Eliana Carolina Vespero
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