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    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA <t>ST398</t> plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
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    Article Title: Novel erm (T)-Carrying Multiresistance Plasmids from Porcine and Human Isolates of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 That Also Harbor Cadmium and Copper Resistance Determinants

    Journal: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

    doi: 10.1128/AAC.00171-13

    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.

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    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA <t>ST398</t> plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
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    Article Title: Novel erm (T)-Carrying Multiresistance Plasmids from Porcine and Human Isolates of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 That Also Harbor Cadmium and Copper Resistance Determinants

    Journal: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

    doi: 10.1128/AAC.00171-13

    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.

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    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA <t>ST398</t> plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
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    Article Title: Novel erm (T)-Carrying Multiresistance Plasmids from Porcine and Human Isolates of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 That Also Harbor Cadmium and Copper Resistance Determinants

    Journal: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

    doi: 10.1128/AAC.00171-13

    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.

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    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA <t>ST398</t> plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.
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    Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.

    Journal: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

    Article Title: Novel erm (T)-Carrying Multiresistance Plasmids from Porcine and Human Isolates of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 That Also Harbor Cadmium and Copper Resistance Determinants

    doi: 10.1128/AAC.00171-13

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Sequence alignment of the homologous regions (56 to 59 bp) located upstream (A) and downstream (B) of the erm(T) gene in the three novel MRSA ST398 plasmids (pUR1902, pUR2940, and pUR2941), plasmid pGB2002 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGB2001 (Streptococcus agalactiae), pGA2000 (Streptococcus pyogenes), p5580 (Streptococcus dysgalactiae), pRW35 (Streptococcus pyogenes), and a possible related precursor, pKKS825 (MRSA ST398) potentially used for the integration of an erm(T)-containing segment into the hypothetical pUR2940 erm(T)-free precursor. Displayed are nucleotides (nt) at the following up- and downstream positions of the erm(T) gene, respectively: nt 339 to 396 and 142 to 199 in pUR2940 (accession number HF583292); nt 524 to 581 and 142 to 197 in pRW35 (EU192194); nt 394 to 451 and 142 to 197 in pGB2002 (JF308629); nt 393 to 450 and 142 to 197 in pGB2001 (JF308630), pGA2000 (JF308631), and p5580 (HE862394); nt 1282 to 1340 downstream of the dfrK gene in pKKS825 (FN377602). Nucleotides in faint gray are those identical in all sequences, nucleotides in black show the identical bases specific for the upstream segments, and those in dark grey show those identical in all downstream regions.

    Article Snippet: The gene cluster copA-mco detected in the three plasmids showed the highest percentage of identity to that identified in the chromosomal DNA of Staphylococcus epidermidis ATCC 12228 (92.8%), Staphylococcus haemolyticus JCSC1435 (92.6%) and the novel SCC mec X and SCC mec IX elements of MRSA ST398 strains JCSC6945 (91.9%) and JCSC6943 (91.3%), respectively.

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