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Journal Articles Applied and Environmental Microbiology Year : 2022

Genetic and Phenotypic Study of the Pectobacterium versatile Beta-Lactamase, the Enzyme Most Similar to the Plasmid-Encoded TEM-1

Guilhem Royer
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Zoya Dixit
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Jacques Pédron
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Gautier Pierrat
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Vanessa Demontant
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Béatrice Berçot
Christophe Rodriguez
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Marie-Anne Barny
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Hervé Jacquier
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Paul-Louis Woerther

Abstract

This study aimed to compare the chromosomal beta-lactamase from Pectobacterium versatile , PEC-1, with the well-known and globally distributed TEM-1 in terms of genetic and functional properties. Despite the similarities between the enzymes, we obtained no definitive proof of gene transfer for the emergence of bla PEC-1 from bla TEM-1 .

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hal-04298127 , version 1 (21-11-2023)

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Guilhem Royer, Zoya Dixit, Jacques Pédron, Gautier Pierrat, Vanessa Demontant, et al.. Genetic and Phenotypic Study of the Pectobacterium versatile Beta-Lactamase, the Enzyme Most Similar to the Plasmid-Encoded TEM-1. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2022, 88 (11), ⟨10.1128/aem.00220-22⟩. ⟨hal-04298127⟩
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