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Volume 11, Number 12—December 2005

Antimicrobial-drug Susceptibility of Human and Animal Salmonella Typhimurium, Minnesota, 1997–2003

Stephanie D. Wedel*Comments to Author , Jeffrey B. Bender†, Fe T. Leano*, David J. Boxrud*, Craig Hedberg‡, and Kirk E. Smith*
Author affiliations: *Minnesota Department of Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; †University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA; ‡University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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Table 2

Distribution of human and animal isolate resistance phenotypes in PFGE clonal groups, Minnesota 1997–2003*

Clonal group† No. isolates by resistance phenotype
At least ACSSuT‡ At least AKSSuT‡ At least ACKSSuT Other resistance phenotypes Pansusceptible isolates Total
Human isolates
Clonal group A 169 1 12 27 8 217
Clonal group B 1 51 1 23 5 81
Other 22 12 12 124 560 730
Total 192 64 25 174 573 1,028
Animal isolates
Clonal group A 182 3 67 10 2 264
Clonal group B 1 227 21 27 2 278
Other 21 20 23 38 72 174
Total 204 250 111 75 76 716

*PFGE, pulsed-field gel electrophoresis; A, ampicillin; C, chloramphenicol; K, kanamycin; S, streptomycin; Su, sulfisoxazole; T, tetracycline.

†Clonal groups are composed of subtypes that are <3 bands different from PFGE subtype TM5b (clonal group A) or <3 bands different from subtype TM54 (clonal group B).

‡Does not include ACKSSuT.

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