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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In treated group, out of 88 newborns, 82 were from O-A and O-B incompatibility group.
Isolates collected earlier in the lineage's evolution tended to carry strA/strB/sul2 on B/O/ K/Z, Q1, and P incompatibility group plasmids, whereas later isolates carried the genes on I1 plasmids (Figure 3; online Technical Appendix 2 Figure 2).
Contiguous sequences containing antimicrobial resistance genes were extracted from assemblies and the presence of plasmid incompatibility groups on these contiguous sequences was determined by using Plasmid-Finder (33).
The IncF incompatibility group was previously reported to be associated with [bla.
OXA-1] and aacA4 genes belonged to the IncFIA incompatibility group.
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).
Until now, the armA gene has been found only on conjugative plasmids of the IncL/M incompatibility group and associated with the [bla.
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.
In experiments performed by reciprocal conjugation to assess the incompatibility group, pIP1203 exhibited strong incompatibility with plasmid RP4 (data not shown), which belongs to the IncP group.
Plasmids of incompatibility group HI1 are those most frequently found in S.
Incompatibility groups and the classification of fi-resistance factors.