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Abstract

An NDM-5-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae ST147 strain was isolated from a Japanese patient who had not travelled abroad in at least 5 years. Whole-genome sequencing revealed a genomic rearrangement in an FII plasmid harbouring bla NDM-5 due to the replicative transposition of IS26. A hypothetical structure was proposed for its ancestral plasmid, and comparative genomic analysis of the plasmid suggested the dissemination of structurally similar plasmids harbouring bla NDM-5 in Asian and Middle Eastern countries.

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