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Table 1 Main characteristics of bacterial strains used

From: Antimicrobial activity of a selection of organic acids, their salts and essential oils against swine enteropathogenic bacteria

Escherichia coliVirotypeAntibiotic resistance profile
EC 60 aSTbCEF, LIN
EC 61 aSTbLIN
EC 67 aF18, STa, STb, EAST1LIN, ENR, SUL
EC 96 aSTbAML, CEF, LIN, SUL
EC 107 aAML, CEF, LIN, SUL, DOX
EC 115 aF18, EAST1AML, LIN, SUL
Salmonella spp.Serotype/PhagotypeAntibiotic resistance profile
SP 11 aTyphimurium/DT 104AML, SPC, LIN, SUL, FFC
SP 28 aLondonLIN, SUL
CECT 443TyphimuriumLIN
CECT 700InfantisAML, CEF, LIN, SUL, DOX
CECT 915CholeraesuisLIN
CECT 4300EnteriditisLIN, SUL
Clostridium perfringensToxigenic typeAntibiotic resistance profile
CP 3 aType A (alpha toxin)CEF, LIN, ENR, SUL
CP 34 aType A (alpha toxin)SUL
CP 52 aType A (alpha toxin)LIN, ENR, SUL
CP 89 aType A (alpha toxin)Not detected
CP 99 aType A (alpha toxin)LIN, SUL
CP H aType A (alpha toxin)SUL
  1. AML amoxicillina, SPC spectinomycin, ENR enrofloxacin, SUL sulphanomides, DOX doxycycline, CEF cephalotin, LIN lincomycin, FFC florfenicol
  2. Field isolates recovered from faecal samples collected from swine farms in Spain