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Volume 13, Number 11—November 2007

Research

Human Salmonella and Concurrent Decreased Susceptibility to Quinolones and Extended-Spectrum Cephalosporins

Jean M. Whichard*Comments to Author , Kathryn Gay*1, Jennifer E. Stevenson*2, Kevin J. Joyce*, Kara L. Cooper*, Michael Omondi*, Felicita Medalla*, George A. Jacoby†, and Timothy J. Barrett*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Lahey Clinic, Burlington, Massachusetts, USA;

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Table 2

Isolate, year reported, state, and serotype for NARMS non-Typhi Salmonella isolates with decreased susceptibility to quinolones and extended-spectrum cephalosporins, United States, 1996–2004*

Isolate Year State Serotype
AM18280 2003 TX Agona
AM09124 2000 CA Enteritidis
AM15266 2003 IL Enteritidis
AM12389 2001 NJ Haifa
AM15010 2002 NY Mbandaka
AM03005 1998 NY Newport
AM15201 2002 ME Newport
AM21465 2004 GA Newport
AM20428 2004 GA Saintpaul
AM06960 1999 FL Senftenberg
AM08081 2000 FL Senftenberg
AM08208 2000 GA Senftenberg
AM09864 2001 FL Senftenberg
AM11007 2001 MA Senftenberg
AM14058 2002 TX Senftenberg
AM16094 2003 FL Senftenberg
AM18622 2003 FL Senftenberg
AM19422 2004 FL Senftenberg
AM20227 2004 GA Senftenberg
AM20256 2004 FL Senftenberg
AM02544 1997 MN Typhimurium
AM08739 2000 KS Typhimurium
AM11682 2001 NY Typhimurium
AM14364 2002 WI Typhimurium
AM14807 2002 NY Typhimurium
AM20205 2004 PA Typhimurium
AM19537 2004 CA Uganda

*NARMS, National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System.

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1Current affiliation: Banfield, The Pet Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

2Current affiliation: Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA

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