intermediate resistance

intermediate resistance

Infectious disease Partial resistance of a bacterium to a particular antibiotic that falls short of resistance
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The cultivar Rama Krishna with 5.5% fruit infestation showed intermediate resistance against H.
Our study also demonstrated that the resistance rate against trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole was 45% while the intermediate resistance rate was 6.2%.
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When we used the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute breakpoint for urinary tract infections (6), we found that 12 isolates (1.3%) had MICs [greater than or equal to] 256 [micro]g/mL and were considered resistant; an additional 120 isolates were considered to have intermediate resistance. The estimated resistance rate of 1.3% is consistent with that reported in a recent surveillance study conducted in the United States (7).
Intermediate resistance levels are expected to be around 8,650 then 9,600.
[3] Sequential mutations in Vancomycin Susceptible Staphylococcus aureus (VSSA) led to the emergence of vancomycin heteroresistant-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus (hVISA) and ultimately Vancomycin intermediate resistance Staphylococcus aureus (VISA).
Intermediate resistance to flucytosine (MIC=8 [micro]g/mL) and fluconazole (MIC=16 [micro]g/mL) was observed in 2 isolates of C.
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Intermediate resistance to the clindamycin was the most frequent result 08.47%, followed by the enrofloxacin 06.78%, the trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole 03.39% and 01.69% for the tetracycline, the gentamicin and the neomycin, respectively .
Isolates with resistance or intermediate resistance to oxacillin and/or cefoxitin were submitted to oxacillin screening, as proposed by Rabelo et al.
We found that a single point substitution in ParC (S79F) in 3 different isolates leads to high level resistance (MIC > 32 mg/L) to norfloxacin and intermediate resistance to ciprofloxacin (MIC 4 mg/L).
One isolate among the 24 isolates showed resistance to chloramphenicol and norfloxacin and intermediate resistance against ciprofloxacin while rest of isolates was sensitive.

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