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Volume 8, Number 7—July 2002

Antibiotic Resistance of Gram-Negative Bacteria in Rivers, United States

Ronald J. Ash*Comments to Author , Brena Mauck*, and Melissa Morgan*
Author affiliations: *Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, USA;

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Table 4

Cefotaxime-resistant isolates, U.S. rivers

River Cefotaxime-resistant/total tested (%)
Canadian-Oklahoma City, OK 16/50 (32.0)
Chicago-Chicago, IL 14/32 (43.7)
Des Moines-Des Moines, IA 19/28 (67.8)
Kansas-Topeka, KS 15/28 (53.5)
Mississippi-St. Louis, MO 41/43 (95.3)
Missouri-Parkville, MO 28/49 (57.1)
Platte-Grand Island, NE 12/73 (16.4)

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