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Volume 9, Number 2—February 2003

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Life-Threatening Infantile Diarrhea from Fluoroquinolone-Resistant Salmonella enteric Typhimurium with Mutations in Both gyrA and parC

Hideo Nakaya*Comments to Author , Akihiro Yasuhara*, Ken Yoshimura*, Yukio Oshihoi*, Hidemasa Izumiya†, and Haruo Watanabe†
Author affiliations: *Kansai Medical University Kohri Hospital, Osaka, Japan; †National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan

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Table 1

MICs (µg/mL) of 18 antibiotics for Salmonella Typhimurium strains (ATCC13311 and KKH712)

Antibiotics ATCC13311 KKH712
Ampicillin
<0.5
512
Cefaclor
0.5
1
Cefazolin
1
2
Ceftazidime
0.13
0.25
Ceftriaxone
<0.03
0.06
Imipenem
0.13
0.06
Streptomycin
8
512
Kanamycin
1
8
Gentamicin
0.25
32
Amikacin
0.5
1
Tetracycline
1
128
Chloramphenicol
4
>128
Sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim
1
>128
Fosfomycin
0.5
0.5
Nalidixic acid
4
>512
Levofloxacin
<0.03
8
Norfloxacin
0.06
16
Ciprofloxacin <0.03 8

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