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Table 3 Antibiotic resistance in M. genitalium exclusively found in C. trachomatis co-infected samples (A), with a high rate of co-resistance to macrolides (23S) and fluoroquinolones (parC) in the resistant isolates (B)

From: Mycoplasma genitalium in Singapore is associated with Chlamydia trachomatis infection and displays high macrolide and Fluoroquinolone resistance rates

A
  Wild-typeResistance mutationTotal
 C. trachomatis459
 N. gonorrhoeae000
 CT/NG dual infection011
 CT/NG negative606
 Total10616
B
  23S Mutation   
  wtA2058GA2059GTotal
parC mutationwt10  10
 Ser83 ➔Asn 1 1
 Asp87 ➔Tyr 1 1
 Ser84➔ Pro 1 1
 Ser83 ➔Ile2 13
 Total123116