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Abstract

A colistin-resistant 4, [5],12:i:- sequence type (ST) 34 harbouring was recovered from a patient who travelled to China 2 weeks prior to diarrhoea onset. Genomic analysis revealed the presence of the gene located in the globally disseminated IncHI2 plasmid, highlighting the intercontinental dissemination of the colistin-resistant 4, [5],12:i:- ST34 pandemic clone.

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2019-07-01
2019-10-15
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