Antibiotic Resistant Gene Exchanged Between Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus
Escherichia coli¬† infections are becoming difficult treated because of extensive resistance to antibiotic among these organisms and manufacturing extended-spectrum beta lactamases enzymes (ESBLs) make them resistant to beta-lactam antibiotics. This study aims to offer a summary of the main horizontal transmission¬† apparatuses ¬†between E. coli as well as ¬†Staphylococcus aureus and emergence resistance to antibiotics. Fifty of the¬†E. coli and ¬†50 of S. aureus¬†isolates were examined to obtain minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) results. These isolates were then tested by ¬†conventional polymerase chain-reaction for the existence or absence the¬†sulfhydryl ¬†¬†¬†variable SHV beta-lactamase genes. About (48%) of isolated¬†E. coli, while (32%) of S. aureus¬†were revealed SHV gene.