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When the composite plasmid was transferred back into a rifampin-resistant mutant of Salmonella Anatum strain R13.0957, we obtained transconjugants harboring only a 58-kb or 83-kb R plasmid
, which were derived from the 125-kb plasmid through deletions (Appendix Figure, panel C).
The presence of these non-antimicrobial-drug resistance R plasmid
DNA sequences in SGI1 constitutes a molecular signature that firmly establishes the aquaculture origin of the florfenicol resistance and the tetR/ tetG genes in the S.
Antibiotic Resistance and Small R Plasmids
Among Escherichia coli Isolates from Outpatient Urinary Tract Infections in Northern Norway.