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From: Genomic and clinical characterisation of multidrug-resistant carbapenemase-producing ST231 and ST16 Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates colonising patients at Siriraj hospital, Bangkok, Thailand from 2015 to 2017

Fig. 2

A phylogenetic tree showing the relationship between 39 carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae (CPKP) isolates. The panel on the right shows a number of properties of the genomes—namely (from left to right), the presence or absence of virulence determinants such as ybt and ICEKp, ybt sequence type (YbST), iuc, wzi allele, KL and virulence score (V.score); sequence type based on MLST profiles; patient’s status at enrolment and patient number (Pstat&No). The phylogenetic tree is based on 70,571 core SNPs of the 39 CPKP isolates using a reference genome (K. pneumoniae QS17–0029; GCA_003073235.1). Scale bar indicates the number of nucleotide substitutions per site

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