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Table 1 Antimicrobial activity against four pathogens and antibiotic resistance towards six different antibiotics

From: Isolation, identification, and potential probiotic characterization of isolated lactic acid bacteria and in vitro investigation of the cytotoxicity, antioxidant, and antidiabetic activities in fermented sausage

Bacteria Antimicrobial activitya Antibiotic resistanceb Hemolysis
E. coli O157:H7 S. Typhimurium L. monocytogenes S. aureus PEN TRI AMP CLI VAN ERY
E. faecalis MF067467 + + ++ ++ MS MS S S S S
E. faecalis MF067469 + + + ++ MS S MS R MS MS
E. faecium MF067470 + ++ +++ ++ MS S S S S MS
E. faecium MF067487 + ++ +++ ++ S MS S R S MS
E. faecium MF067495 + ++ +++ ++ S R S S S MS
E. faecalis MF067500 + + ++ ++ S R S R S MS
E. faecium MF067509 + + ++ + S R S MS S R
E. faecium KY962871 ++ ++ +++ ++ S MS S S S MS
E. faecium KY962874 ++ + + + S MS S S R S
E. durans KY962882 + + ++ + S R S S S S
E. faecium KY962883 + + ++ ++ S MS S MS S MS
E. durans KY962888 + + + + S R S R S S
E. faecalis KY962905 + + + ++ S R S R S MS
  1. R resistant, MS moderately susceptible, S susceptible. The interpretive zones for each antibiotic were assigned according to Charteris et al. [31]
  2. a(−) no inhibition; (+) inhibition zone 0.1 to 1.0 mm; (++) inhibition zone 1.1 to 2.0 mm; (+++) inhibition zone > 2.1 mm
  3. bPEN: penicillin (10 µg); TRI: trimethoprim (25 µg); AMP: ampicillin (10 µg); CLI: clindamycin (2 µg); VAN: vancomycin (30 µg); ERY: erythromycin (15 µg)