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Table 2 Most commonly detected antibiotic resistance genes and associated antibiotic resistance phenotypes by time point

From: Longitudinal assessment of antibiotic resistance gene profiles in gut microbiomes of infants at risk of eczema

Antibiotic resistance profile and associated antibiotic resistance genesTimepoint
W3
(n = 28)
No. (%)
M3
(n = 41)
No. (%)
M6
(n = 58)
No. (%)
M12
(n = 61)
No. (%)
FosfomycinfosA27 (96.43%)34 (82.93%)47 (81.03%)37 (60.66%)
Beta-lactamblaZ27 (96.43%)16 (39.02%)12 (20.69%)8 (13.11%)
Tetracyclinetet(M)20 (71.43%)26 (63.41%)35 (60.34%)38 (62.30%)
Macrolidemef(A)19 (67.86%)31 (75.61%)46 (79.31%)57 (93.44%)
QuinoloneoqxB19 (67.86%)24 (58.54%)23 (39.66%)14 (22.95%)
Quinolonemsr(D)18 (64.29%)28 (68.29%)47 (81.03%)53 (86.89%)
Macrolideerm(B)17 (60.71%)26 (63.41%)48 (82.76%)54 (88.52%)
Macrolidelsa(A)17 (60.71%)32 (78.05%)29 (50%)5 (8.20%)
Tetracyclinetet(W)15 (53.57%)31 (75.61%)51 (87.93%)50 (81.97%)
Aminoglycosideaac(6′)-aph(2″)15 (53.57%)10 (24.39%)21 (36.21%)34 (55.74%)
  1. The number and percentage of subjects with the antibiotic resistance genes are shown