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Table 3 Antibiotic resistance assay of V. cholerae

From: Prevalence and molecular characterization of Vibrio cholerae from fruits and salad vegetables sold in Jakarta, Indonesia, using most probable number and PCR

No Isolates Source Antibiotic Disc Assay
CN S K W CIP AMP NA PB
1 WOR.B.2.1 West Jakarta S S S R S S R R
2 WOR.B.2.2 S S S R R S R S
3 AP.T.2.1 East Jakata S S S S S S R R
4 AP.T.2.2 S S S S S S R S
5 AP.T.2.3 S S S S S S R R
6 AP.T.2.4 S S S S S S R R
7 AP.T.2.5 S S S S S S R R
8 PI.T.3.1 S R S S S R R R
9 PI.T.3.2 S S S S S S R R
10 PI.T.3.3 S R S S S R R R
11 PI.T.3.4 S R S S S R R R
12 PI.T.3.5 S S S R S S R R
13 PI.T.3.6 S S S R S S R R
14 PI.T.3.7 S R S S S S R R
15 BL.T.4.1 S S S R S S R R
16 SEL.P.1.1 Central Jakarta S S S S R S R R
17 SEL.P.1.2 R S S R S S S R
18 SEL.P.1.3 S S S R R S R R
19 SEL.P.1.4 S S S R R S R R
20 SEL.P.1.5 S S S R R S R R
21 SEL.P.1.6 S S S R R S S R
22 SEL.P.1.7 S S S R R S S R
23 SEL.P.1.8 S S S R S S S R
  1. CN Gentamicin (10 µg), S Streptomycin (10 µg), K Kanamycin (30 µg), W Trimethoprim (5 µg), CIP Ciprofloxacin (5 µg), AMP Ampicillin (10 µg), NA Nalidixic acid (30 µg), PB Polymyxin B (300 U), R Resistant, S Susceptible