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Complete Genome Analysis of Three Acinetobacter

Besides, an Acinetobacter lwoffii adeABC efflux element was found inserted into the ATPase position in BJAB0715. Conclusions Our comparative analysis on currently completed Acinetobacter baumannii genomes revealed extensive and dynamic genome organizations, which may facilitate the bacteria to acquire drug-resistance elements into their genomes. Draft genome sequence of the first isolate of extensively Draft Genome Sequence of the First Isolate of Extensively Drug- Resistant (XDR) Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Malaysia Kee Peng Ng,a Su Mei Yew,a Chai Ling Chan,a Jennifer Chong,a Soo Nee Tang,a Tuck Soon Soo-Hoo,a Shiang Ling Na,a Hamimah Hassan,a Yun Fong Ngeow,a Chee Choong Hoh,b Kok Wei Lee,b Wai Yan Yeeb Department of Medical Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine,

Genome Sequences and Comparative Analysis of Two

Dec 18, 2018 · These genome sequences could serve as a useful reference for performing comparative genomics and evolutionary studies in the near future to increase the understanding of mechanisms of drug resistance in M. tuberculosis. Proteogenomic characterization of antimicrobial resistance Results:The genome of A. baumannii DU202 consists of 3660 genes and is most closely related to the Korean A. baumannii 1656-2 strain. More than 144 resistance genes were annotated in the A. baumannii DU202 genome, of which 72 that encoded proteins associated with antibiotic resistance were identified in the proteomic analysis of A. baumannii DU202 cultured in tetracycline, imipenem and Luria-Bertani REVIEW ON COMPARATIVE GENOMICS FOR ABSTRACT:Tuberculosis caused by multidrug-resistant (MDR) and extensively drug-resistant (XDR) Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) strains is a growing problem in many countries. The availability of the complete nucleotide sequences of several MTB genomes allows to use the comparative genomics as a tool to study the relationships of strains and differences in their evolutionary history including

Comparative Genome Analysis of an Extensively Drug

Comparative Genome Analysis of an Extensively Drug-Resistant Isolate of Avian Sequence Type 167 Escherichia coli Strain Sanji with Novel In Silico Serotype O89b:H9 Xiancheng Zeng, Xuelin Chi, Brian T. Ho, Damee Moon, Christine Lambert, Richard J. Hall, Primo Baybayan, Shihua Wang, Brenda A.