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Title: Type I β-Lactamases of Enterobacter cloacae and Resistance to β-Lactam Antibiotics
Authors: Tejedor-Junco, M. T. 
González-Martín, M. 
Lupiola, P. 
González-Lama, Z. 
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: 0015-5632
Journal: Folia Microbiologica 
Abstract: The interaction of type-I beta-lactamases from Enterobacter cloacae with diverse beta-lactam compounds was examined. The ability of penicillin and cefoxitin to induce beta-lactamase production in this strain was assessed. The effect of beta-lactamase inhibitors was measured on beta-lactamase extracts and on intact cells. E. cloacae 78 strain is a stably derepressed mutant showing limited susceptibility to a number of antibiotics except imipenem. Imipenem would therefore be the appropriate choice for therapy of infections caused by stably derepressed mutants of Enterobacter sp. producing type-I beta-lactamases.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/49438
ISSN: 0015-5632
DOI: 10.1007/BF02816390
Source: Folia Microbiologica[ISSN 0015-5632],v. 43, p. 683-686
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