Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant

Girlich D, Poirel L, Szczepanowski R, Schlüter A, Nordmann P (2012)
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78(4): 1292-1295.

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Plasmids pRSB113 and pRSB115 were recovered from an activated sludge bacterial community of a municipal wastewater treatment plant in Germany. Both plasmids carry the same bla(GES-5) carbapenemase gene, located within two distinct class 1 integrons. These plasmids have different backbones, belong to different incompatibility groups, and could replicate in both Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Escherichia coli.
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Girlich D, Poirel L, Szczepanowski R, Schlüter A, Nordmann P. Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 2012;78(4):1292-1295.
Girlich, D., Poirel, L., Szczepanowski, R., Schlüter, A., & Nordmann, P. (2012). Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 78(4), 1292-1295.
Girlich, D., Poirel, L., Szczepanowski, R., Schlüter, A., and Nordmann, P. (2012). Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78, 1292-1295.
Girlich, D., et al., 2012. Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 78(4), p 1292-1295.
D. Girlich, et al., “Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant”, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol. 78, 2012, pp. 1292-1295.
Girlich, D., Poirel, L., Szczepanowski, R., Schlüter, A., Nordmann, P.: Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78, 1292-1295 (2012).
Girlich, Delphine, Poirel, Laurent, Szczepanowski, Rafael, Schlüter, Andreas, and Nordmann, Patrice. “Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing GES-5-Encoding Gene on Different Plasmid Types Recovered from a Bacterial Community in a Sewage Treatment Plant”. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78.4 (2012): 1292-1295.
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