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Table 1 Cultivated bacteria from 4 sites during June and July 2018

From: Multidrug-resistant enterobacteriaceae in coastal water: an emerging threat

Sites Date Water volume filtered Bacteria cultivated
Carbapenem resistance ESBL positive Gram positive Cocci Other bacteria
Alexander river estuary June 2018 Stream water/750 ml Enterobacter asburiae blaIMI
(genome nEC133)
NG NG Escherichia coli
Serratia marcescence
Citrobacter sedlakii
Pseudomonas putida
July 2018 Stream water/700 ml Enterobacter bugandensis blaIMI
(genome nEC135)
NG NG NG
Poleg river estuary June 2018 Stream water/200 ml Escherichia coli blaOXA-48 Klebsiella pneumoniae NG Enterobacter cloacae
Acinetobacter baumannii
July 2018 Stream water/200 ml NG Escherichia coli NG NG
Beit Yanai beach June 2018 Seawater/1300 ml Enterobacter bugandensis blaIMI
(genome nEC134)
NG Staphylococcus aureus
Enterococcus casseliflavus/gallinarum
Pseudomonas putida
Pseudomonas luteola
July 2018 Seawater/1000 NG NG NG NG
Sironit beach June 2018 Seawater/950 ml NG NG Staphylococcus aureus Escherichia coli
Enterobacter aerogenes
July 2018 Seawater/1000 NG NG NG NG
Negative control June 2018 Room air NG NG NG NG
July 2018 Medium/80 ml NG NG NG NG
  1. ESBL Extended spectrum beta lactamase, NG no growth