ARDB-Antibiotic Resistance Genes Database

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OrganismStreptococcus thermophilus LMG 18311
Database LinkNCBI Taxon ID: 264199
NCBI Genome Project ID: 13162

Genome Information:
Replicon NameRefSeqGenBankLength(bp)
chromosomeNC_006448CP0000231796846


Resistance Genes:
GeneReplicon SourceBest HitSimilarityTypecutoffResistanceRequireDescription
Above Similarity Cutoff Genes
YP_139143chromosomeEDK6263650.38%pmra%ciprofloxacin norfloxacin Major facilitator superfamily transporter. Multidrug resistance efflux pump.
YP_139769chromosomeYP_00137362150.00%bcra%bacitracin bcrc ABC transporter system, bacitracin efflux pump.
YP_139768chromosomeABB8012846.15%bcra%bacitracin bcrc ABC transporter system, bacitracin efflux pump.
YP_140253chromosomeAAA8687145.10%vatb%streptogramin_a Virginiamycin A acetyltransferase, which can inactivate the target drug.
YP_139056chromosomeQ8XED044.94%macb%macrolide maca tolc Resistance-nodulation-cell division transporter system. Multidrug resistance efflux pump. Macrolide-specific efflux system.
YP_139611chromosomeABA7172742.36%vanrg%vancomycin vang vansg vantg vanug vanwg vanxyg vanyg VanG type vancomycin resistance operon genes, which can synthesize peptidoglycan with modified C-terminal D-Ala-D-Ala to D-alanine--D-serine.
YP_139553chromosomeAAK8431641.12%vatd%streptogramin_a Virginiamycin A acetyltransferase, which can inactivate the target drug.
YP_139920chromosomeQ83LR740.99%macb%macrolide maca tolc Resistance-nodulation-cell division transporter system. Multidrug resistance efflux pump. Macrolide-specific efflux system.
YP_139779chromosomeQ83LR740.83%macb%macrolide maca tolc Resistance-nodulation-cell division transporter system. Multidrug resistance efflux pump. Macrolide-specific efflux system.
Below Similarity Cutoff Genes
YP_140117chromosomeEDK8257049.40%pbp2x80%penicillin The enzyme has a penicillin-insensitive transglycosylase N-terminal domain (formation of linear glycan strands) and a penicillin-sensitive transpeptidase C-terminal domain (cross-linking of the peptide subunits)