Table 2.

Antibiogram patterns of S. uberis isolates and corresponding PFGE strains

Antibiogram patternStrainsaSusceptibility tob:
POBESFNWNVCNTECLVAK
A B2, B4, B7S S S R R S SR S S S R
BA1, A3, A4, A5, A6, A8, A10, B6, B8, B9, B10, C9, C17, C18, C20, C21, C23, C25, D8SSSRRRSRSSSR
CB3, B5, C15SSRRRSSRSSSR
DA7, A9, B1, C1, C2a, C2b, C2c, C2d, C3, C5, C14a, C14b, C16, C22, C26, D1, D2a, D2b, D2c, D2d, D4, D5a, D5b, D7, D9, D10, D12, D16, D17SSRRRRSRSSSR
EC11SSSRRRRRSSSR
FA2, B12, D3, D13, D14RRSRRRSRSSSR
GC4, C7a, C7b, C13SSRRRRRRSSSR
HB11, C6, C24SSRRRRSRRSSR
IC8, C10, C12, D6RRRRRRSRSSSR
JD11RRSRRRRRSSSR
KC19, D15RRRRRRRRSSSR
  • a Strains as determined by PFGE of chromosomal DNA digested with SmaI.

  • b Abbreviations: P, penicillin; OB, cloxacillin; E, erythromycin: SF, sulfamethoxazole; N, neomycin; W, trimethoprim; NV, novobiocin; CN, gentamicin; TE, tetracycline, CL, cephalexin; VA, vancomycin; K, kanamycin; S, susceptible; R, resistant.