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.