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Table 5 Identified antibiotic resistances and their putative genetic background

From: Complete genome sequence of Pseudomonas citronellolis P3B5, a candidate for microbial phyllo-remediation of hydrocarbon-contaminated sites

Antibiotic Class Encoded resistance genes; locus
amoxicillin/clavulanic acid β-lactam + β-lactamase inhibitor metallo-β-lactamase, PcP3B5_32180
class A β-lactamase, PcP3B5_44400
metallo-β-lactamase, PcP3B5_46940
metallo-β-lactamase, PcP3B5_47300
class C β-lactamase, PcP3B5_53150
cefotaxime β-lactam/third generation cephalosporin
cefoxitin β-lactam/second generation cephalosporin
cefpodoxime β-lactam/third generation cephalosporin
cefuroxime β-lactam/second generation cephalosporin
cephalothin β-lactam/second generation cephalosporin
temocillin β-lactam/β-lactamase-resistant penicillin
aztreonam monobactam antibiotic class C β-lactamase, PcP3B5_53150
lincosamide   intrinsic resistance
vancomycin   intrinsic resistance
minocycline tetracycline antibiotic tetA, PcP3B5_30660
rifamycin SV rifamycin intrinsic resistance, no resistance genes detected
trimethoprim sulfonamide antibiotic multidrug efflux pump OprM1-5; PcP3B5_05670, PcP3B5_32430, PcP3B5_35160, PcP3B5_36300, PcP3B5_37480
trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor/sulfonamide antibiotic
nitrofurantoin nitrofuran derivative intrinsic resistance and vanX; PcP3B5_55530
fosfomycin N-acetylmuramic acid synthesis inhibition fosA; PcP3B5_27860