ARDB-Antibiotic Resistance Genes Database

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Your Query:     Database: Resistance Gene(ALL)    Species: Staphylococcus intermedius    

13 resistance genes are found

Gene IDGene TypeResistance ProfileDescription
ABK96850bl2a_pcpenicillin; Class A beta-lactamase. This enzyme breaks the beta-lactam antibiotic ring open and deactivates the molecule's antibacterial properites.

ABK96853bl2a_pcpenicillin; Class A beta-lactamase. This enzyme breaks the beta-lactam antibiotic ring open and deactivates the molecule's antibacterial properites.

AAG09761ermblincosamide; macrolide; streptogramin_b; rRNA adenine N-6-methyltransferase, which can methylate adenine at position 2058 of 23S rRNA, conferring resistance to erythromycin.

ABK96859bl2a_pcpenicillin; Class A beta-lactamase. This enzyme breaks the beta-lactam antibiotic ring open and deactivates the molecule's antibacterial properites.

AAG42227ermblincosamide; macrolide; streptogramin_b; rRNA adenine N-6-methyltransferase, which can methylate adenine at position 2058 of 23S rRNA, conferring resistance to erythromycin.

ABK96858bl2a_pcpenicillin; Class A beta-lactamase. This enzyme breaks the beta-lactam antibiotic ring open and deactivates the molecule's antibacterial properites.

AAG09762ermblincosamide; macrolide; streptogramin_b; rRNA adenine N-6-methyltransferase, which can methylate adenine at position 2058 of 23S rRNA, conferring resistance to erythromycin.

AAA26615cata7chloramphenicol; Group A chloramphenicol acetyltransferase, which can inactivate chloramphenicol.

CAC20916ermalincosamide; macrolide; streptogramin_b; rRNA adenine N-6-methyltransferase, which can methylate adenine at position 2058 of 23S rRNA, conferring resistance to erythromycin.

P25309cata7chloramphenicol; Group A chloramphenicol acetyltransferase, which can inactivate chloramphenicol.

AAT34976strstreptomycin; Streptomycin resistance protein.

ABK96857bl2a_pcpenicillin; Class A beta-lactamase. This enzyme breaks the beta-lactam antibiotic ring open and deactivates the molecule's antibacterial properites.

AAG42234aph3iiiaamikacin; butirosin; gentamincin_b; isepamicin; kanamycin; lividomycin; neomycin; paromomycin; ribostamycin; Aminoglycoside O-phosphotransferase, which modifies aminoglycosides by phosphorylation.