incompatibility group

incompatibility group

Molecular biology A number of different types of plasmid, often related to each other, that are unable to stably coexist in the same cell
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neither ABO nor Rh blood group incompatibility) between baby and mother, this group were called as no incompatibility group. 47 (28.5%) cases belonged to OA incompatibility group, 24 (14.5%) of cases belonged to OB incompatibility group and 13 (7.9%) cases Rh blood group incompatibility.
In ABO incompatibility group, 90% newborn developed clinical jaundice.
colistrain, incL/M incA/C incN2 ST 18, ST101 - - - 24, ST101 - - - 25, ST101 - - - 28, ST101 - - - 221, ST101 - - - 34, ST648 - - - 192, ST648 - - - 346, ST648 - - - 43, ST405 - - - 54, ST405 - - - * armA and rmtB, aminoglycoside methylase genes; CTX-M-15, cmy, and dha, [beta]-lactamases; inc, plasmid incompatibility group; NDM, New-Delhi metallo-[beta]-lactamase; ST, sequence type; -, negative; +, positive.
Studies of temperature-sensitive transfer and maintenance of H incompatibility group plasmids.
Identification and characterization of a novel incompatibility group X3 plasmid carrying blaNDM-1 in Enterobacteriaceae isolates with epidemiological links to multiple geographical areas in China.
We performed PCR-based replicon typing as described (5) and showed that this [bla.sub.NDM-4]-positive plasmid belonged to the IncFIA incompatibility group. The IncF incompatibility group was previously reported to be associated with [bla.sub.NDM-4] and [bla.sub.NDM-5] (3,5).
Plasmid characterization, which has only been accomplished for those plasmids from Canada, France, Spain, and the United Kingdom, classified most of them as members of incompatibility group FII (5,7,8,17,19).
PBRT results showed that the 13 [bla.sub.VEB-1]-positive plasmids (including 11 qnrAl-positive) belonged to the IncA/C incompatibility group. DNA sequencing identified the A/[C.sub.2] replicon variant (European Molecular Biology Laboratory no.
Until now, the armA gene has been found only on conjugative plasmids of the IncL/M incompatibility group and associated with the [bla.sub.CTX-M3] gene coding for a broad-spectrum [beta]-lactamase (11).
Enteritidis, where, for example, a 34-MDa R-plasmid of incompatibility group N (IncN) (8) and a 36-MDa R-plasmid of IncX (pDEP57) (6) were described.
Most transconjugants with the resistance pattern ACGKSSuTTm had a single incompatibility group [H.sub.2] plasmid of 120 MDa.
Regardless of phage type, in all MDR strains resistance to chloramphenicol, ampicillin, and trimethoprim has been encoded by plasmids of approximately 100 megadaltons belonging to the [H.sub.1] incompatibility group.