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Table 1 Presence of virulence genes in neonatal S. aureus isolates compared to reference genomes

From: Whole-genome sequencing to explore nosocomial transmission and virulence in neonatal methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia

genesneonatal isolates (%)refseq (%)genesneonatal isolates (%)refseq (%)
sea24.09.4cna51.034.6
seb4.85.9eap-map64.493.7
sec18.310.8ebp95.295.2
sed10.68.8fnbpA66.375.2
seg51.955.3fnbpB65.475.0
seh5.81.7sdrC91.396.3
sei55.855.2sdrD50.074.9
sej10.611.1sdrE89.485.0
sek3.819.0efb77.994.7
sel18.310.8icaA100.097.8
sem55.855.6icaB89.498.5
sen45.255.2icaC99.097.8
seo58.749.1icaD100.098.0
sep4.819.1icaR95.297.7
seq4.819.1isaA100.098.3
ser10.610.9isdA100.097.6
ses0.00.3isdH100.097.5
set0.00.3sasG54.856.7
seu51.954.8edn1.01.4
sey1.05.8etA1.01.0
aur100.098.2etB0.00.2
coa70.283.0etD1.00.8
geh87.597.5hla99.097.1
hysA98.196.5hlb100.095.1
sak73.178.5hld90.498.0
sspA99.098.1hlgA96.297.6
sspB91.398.1hlgB100.097.8
sspC100.098.3hlgC98.197.5
vWbp78.898.1lukD49.066.5
adsA96.298.1lukE49.065.9
chp68.367.2lukF0.018.8
sbi100.097.7lukM0.00.7
scn98.198.2lukS0.019.0
clfA98.197.4tsst-118.35.8
clfB100.097.8