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    1. Gulay, Z; Atay, T; Amyes, SGB
      Clonal spread of imipenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the intensive care unit of a Turkish hospital

      JOURNAL OF CHEMOTHERAPY
    2. Eltahawy, ATAE; Khalaf, RMF
      Antibiotic resistance among Gram-negative non-fermentative bacteria at a teaching hospital in Saudi Arabia

      JOURNAL OF CHEMOTHERAPY
    3. Blahova, J; Kralikova, K; Krcmery, V; Schafer, V
      Bacteriophages transducing antibiotic resistance from a cluster of lysogenic strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from patients

      JOURNAL OF CHEMOTHERAPY
    4. van Belkum, A; Goessens, W; van der Schee, C; Lemmens-den Toom, N; Vos, MC; Cornelissen, J; Lugtenburg, E; de Marie, S; Verbrugh, H; Lowenberg, B; Endtz, H
      Rapid emergence of ciprofloxacin-resistant enterobacteriaceae containing multiple gentamicin resistance-associated integrons in a Dutch hospital

      EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    5. Bush, K
      New beta-lactamases in gram-negative bacteria: Diversity and impact on theselection of antimicrobial therapy

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    6. De, E; Basle, A; Jaquinod, M; Saint, N; Mallea, M; Molle, G; Pages, JM
      A new mechanism of antibiotic resistance in Enterobacteriaceae induced by a structural modification of the major porin

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Katsuno, S; Takashi, M; Ohshima, S; Ohta, M; Kato, N; Kurokawa, H; Arakawa, Y
      Direct screening of the IMP-1 metallo-beta-lactamase gene (bla(IMP)) from urine samples by polymerase chain reaction

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    8. Essack, SY
      The development of beta-lactam antibiotics in response to the evolution ofbeta-lactamases

      PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH
    9. Mammeri, H; Laurans, G; Eveillard, M; Castelain, S; Eb, F
      Coexistence of SHV-4-and TEM-24-producing Enterobacter aerogenes strains before a large outbreak of TEM-24-producing strains in a French hospital

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Neuwirth, C; Siebor, E; Pechinot, A; Duez, JM; Pruneaux, M; Garel, F; Kazmierczak, A; Labia, R
      Evidence of in vivo transfer of a plasmid encoding the extended-spectrum beta-lactamase TEM-24 and other resistance factors among different members of the family Enterobacteriaceae

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    11. De Gheldre, Y; Struelens, MJ; Glupczynski, Y; De Mol, P; Maes, N; Nonhoff, C; Chetoui, H; Sion, C; Ronveaux, O; Vaneechoutte, M
      National epidemiologic surveys of Enterobacter aerogenes in Belgian hospitals from 1996 to 1998

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Waterer, GW; Wunderink, RG
      Increasing threat of Gram-negative bacteria

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    13. Livermore, DM; Carter, MW; Bagel, S; Wiedemann, B; Baquero, F; Loza, E; Endtz, HP; van den Braak, N; Fernandes, CJ; Fernandes, L; Frimodt-Moller, N; Rasmussen, LS; Giamarellou, H; Giamarellos-Bourboulis, E; Jarlier, V; Nguyen, J; Nord, CE; Struelens, MJ; Nonhoff, C; Turnidge, J; Bell, J; Zbinden, R; Pfister, S; Mixson, L; Shungu, DL
      In vitro activities of ertapenem (MK-0826) against recent clinical bacteria collected in Europe and Australia

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    14. Yano, H; Kuga, A; Okamoto, R; Kitasato, H; Kobayashi, T; Inoue, M
      Plasmid-encoded metallo-beta-lactamase (IMP-6) conferring resistance to carbapenems, especially meropenem

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    15. Yigit, H; Queenan, AM; Anderson, GJ; Domenech-Sanchez, A; Biddle, JW; Steward, CD; Alberti, S; Bush, K; Tenover, FC
      Novel carbapenem-hydrolyzing beta-lactamase, KPC-1, from a carbapenem-resistant strain of Klebsiella pneumoniae

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    16. Chu, YW; Afzal-Shah, M; Houang, ETS; Palepou, MFI; Lyon, DJ; Woodford, N; Livermore, DM
      IMP-4, a novel metallo-beta-lactamase from nosocomial Acinetobacter spp. collected in Hong Kong between 1994 and 1998

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    17. Afzal-Shah, M; Woodford, N; Livermore, DM
      Characterization of OXA-25, OXA-26, and OXA-27, molecular class D beta-lactamases associated with carbapenem resistance in clinical isolates of Acinetobacter baumannii

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    18. Livermore, DM; Oakton, KJ; Carter, MW; Warner, M
      Activity of ertapenem (MK-0826) versus Enterobacteriaceae with potent beta-lactamases

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    19. Toney, JH; Hammond, GG; Fitzgerald, PMD; Sharma, N; Balkovec, JM; Rouen, GP; Olson, SH; Hammond, ML; Greenlee, ML; Gao, YD
      Succinic acids as potent inhibitors of plasmid-borne IMP-1 metallo-beta-lactamase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Livermore, DM; Woodford, N
      Carbapenemases: a problem in waiting?

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Blahova, J; Kralikova, K; Krcmery, V; Schafer, V
      Host range variability in the transfer of antibiotic resistance determinants from Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains

      JOURNAL OF CHEMOTHERAPY
    22. Karam, GH; Heffner, JE
      Emerging issues in antibiotic resistance in blood-borne infections

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    23. Rice, LB
      Therapeutic considerations in the treatment of respiratory infections cause by ceftazidime-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae

      SEMINARS IN RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    24. Manikal, VM; Landman, D; Saurina, G; Oydna, E; Lal, H; Quale, J
      Endemic carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter species in Brooklyn, New York: Citywide prevalence, interinstitutional spread, and relation to antibiotic usage

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    25. Takahashi, A; Yomoda, S; Kobayashi, I; Okubo, T; Tsunoda, M; Iyobe, S
      Detection of carbapenemase-producing Acinetobacter baumannii in a hospital

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    26. Corbella, X; Montero, A; Pujol, M; Dominguez, MA; Ayats, J; Argerich, MJ; Garrigosa, F; Ariza, J; Gudiol, F
      Emergence and rapid spread of carbapenem resistance during a large and sustained hospital outbreak of multiresistant Acinetobacter baumannii

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    27. Iyobe, S; Kusadokoro, H; Ozaki, J; Matsumura, N; Minami, S; Haruta, S; Sawai, T; O'Hara, K
      Amino acid substitutions in a variant of IMP-1 metallo-beta-lactamase

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    28. Bou, G; Oliver, A; Martinez-Beltran, J
      OXA-24, a novel class D beta-lactamase with carbapenemase activity in an Acinetobacter baumannii clinical strain

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    29. Queenan, AM; Torres-Viera, C; Gold, HS; Carmeli, Y; Eliopoulos, GM; Moellering, RC; Quinn, JP; Hindler, J; Medeiros, AA; Bush, K
      SME-type carbapenem-hydrolyzing class A beta-lactamases from geographically diverse Serratia marcescens strains

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    30. Huntley, JJA; Scrofani, SDB; Osborne, MJ; Wright, PE; Dyson, HJ
      Dynamics of the metallo-beta-lactamase from Bacteroides fragilis in the presence and absence of a tight-binding inhibitor?

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Bush, K
      beta-lactamases of increasing clinical importance

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    32. Cricco, JA; Vila, AJ
      Class B beta-lactamases: The importance of being metallic

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    33. Wang, ZG; Fast, W; Valentine, AM; Benkovic, SJ
      Metallo-beta-lactamase: structure and mechanism

      CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
    34. Rotimi, VO; Mokaddas, EM; Jamal, WY; Khodakhast, FB; Verghese, TL; Sanyal, SC
      Susceptibility of 497 clinical isolates of Gram-negative anaerobes to trovafloxacin and eight other antibiotics

      JOURNAL OF CHEMOTHERAPY
    35. Pleteneva, EN; Mitkina, LN; Bourkaltseva, MV; Krylov, VN
      Comparison of frequency of imi-r resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa mutants generated by infection with various bacteriophages-transposons

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    36. Mazzariol, A; Cornaglia, G; Piccoli, P; Lauretti, L; Riccio, ML; Rossolini, GM; Fontana, R
      Carbapenem-hydrolyzing metallo-beta-lactamases in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    37. Blahova, J; Kralikova, K; Krcmery, V; Bartonikova, N
      High-frequency transduction of antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa by a wild-type bacteriophage with restricted specificity for recipientstrains

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    38. Blahova, J; Kralikova, K; Krcmery, V; Mikovicova, A
      High-frequency transduction (HFT) of resistance to ceftazidime and other antibiotics by a wild-type Pseudomonas aeruginosa phage

      ZENTRALBLATT FUR BAKTERIOLOGIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY VIROLOGY PARASITOLOGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    39. Bert, F; Lambert-Zechovsky, N
      Current concepts on antibiotic resistance and therapeutic problems raised by Pseudomonas aeruginosa

      PRESSE MEDICALE
    40. Hammond, GG; Huber, JL; Greenlee, ML; Laub, JB; Young, K; Silver, LL; Balkovec, JM; Pryor, KD; Wu, JK; Leiting, B; Pompliano, DL; Toney, JH
      Inhibition of IMP-1 metallo-beta-lactamase and sensitization of TMP-1-producing bacteria by thioester derivatives

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    41. Bosi, C; Davin-Regli, A; Bornet, C; Mallea, M; Pages, JM; Bollet, C
      Most Enterobacter aerogenes strains in France belong to a prevalent clone

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    42. Da Silva, GJ; Leitao, R; Peixe, L
      Emergence of carbapenem-hydrolyzing enzymes in Acinetobacter baumannii clinical isolates

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    43. Matsumura, N; Minami, S; Watanabe, Y; Iyobe, S; Mitsuhashi, S
      Role of permeability in the activities of beta-lactams against gram-negative bacteria which produce a group 3 beta-lactamase

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    44. Martinez-Martinez, L; Pascual, A; Hernandez-Alles, S; Alvarez-Diaz, D; Suarez, AI; Tran, SJ; Benedi, VJ; Jacoby, GA
      Roles of beta-lactamases and porins is activities of carbapenems and cephalosporins against Klebsiella pneumoniae

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    45. Stapleton, PD; Shannon, KP; French, GL
      Carbapenem resistance in Escherichia coli associated with plasmid-determined CMY-4 beta-lactamase production and loss of an outer membrane protein

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    46. Laraki, N; Galleni, M; Thamm, I; Riccio, ML; Amicosante, G; Frere, JM; Rossolini, GM
      Structure of In31, a bla(IMP)-containing Pseudomonas aeruginosa integron phyletically related to In5, which carries an unusual array of gene cassettes

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    47. Laraki, N; Franceschini, N; Rossolini, GM; Santucci, P; Meunier, C; de Pauw, E; Amicosante, G; Frere, JM; Galleni, M
      Biochemical characterization of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa 101/1477 metallo-beta-lactamase IMP-1 produced by Escherichia coli

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    48. Yano, H; Kuga, A; Irinoda, K; Okamoto, R; Kobayashi, T; Inoue, M
      Presence of genes for beta-lactamases of two different classes on a singleplasmid from a clinical isolate of Serratia marcescens

      JOURNAL OF ANTIBIOTICS
    49. Jyothisri, K; Deepak, V; Rajeswari, MR
      Purification and characterization of a major 40 kDa outer membrane proteinof Acinetobacter baumannii

      FEBS LETTERS
    50. Scrofani, SDB; Chung, J; Huntley, JJA; Benkovic, SJ; Wright, PE; Dyson, HJ
      NMR characterization of the metallo-beta-lactamase from Bacteroides fragilis and its interaction with a tight-binding inhibitor: Role of an active-site loop

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    51. Wang, ZG; Fast, W; Benkovic, SJ
      On the mechanism of the metallo-beta-lactamase from Bacteroides fragilis

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Blahova, J; Kralikova, K; Krcmery, V; Jezek, P
      Transduction of antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Relationship between lytic and transducing activity of phage isolate AP-423

      ACTA VIROLOGICA
    53. MODAKKAS EM; SANYAL SC
      IMIPENEM RESISTANCE IN AEROBIC GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA

      Journal of chemotherapy
    54. SILVA J; AGUILAR C; ESTRADA MA; ECHANIZ G; CARNALLA N; SOTO A; LOPEZANTUNANO FJ
      SUSCEPTIBILITY TO NEW BETA-LACTAMS OF ENTEROBACTERIAL EXTENDED-SPECTRUM BETA-LACTAMASE (ESBL) PRODUCERS AND PENICILLIN-RESISTANT STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE IN MEXICO

      Journal of chemotherapy
    55. NIKAIDO H
      ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE CAUSED BY GRAM-NEGATIVE MULTIDRUG EFFLUX PUMPS

      Clinical infectious diseases
    56. BUSH K
      METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASES - A CLASS APART

      Clinical infectious diseases
    57. VILA J
      MECHANISMS OF ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE IN ACINETOBACTER-BAUMANNII

      Reviews in medical micro-biology
    58. LOPEZHERNANDEZ S; ALARCON T; LOPEZBREA M
      CARBAPENEM RESISTANCE MEDIATED BY BETA-LACTAMASES IN CLINICAL ISOLATES OF ACINETOBACTER-BAUMANNII IN SPAIN

      European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases
    59. PLESIAT P; RAMOSAIRES J; PECHERE JC; KOHLER T
      ACTIVE EFFLUX SYSTEMS IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERU GINOSA

      Medecine et maladies infectieuses
    60. PHILIPPON A
      PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA - ANTIBIOTIC SUSCE PTIBILITY PATTERNS

      Medecine et maladies infectieuses
    61. OHARA K; HARUTA S; SAWAI T; TSUNODA M; IYOBE S
      NOVEL METALLO BETA-LACTAMASE MEDIATED BY A SHIGELLA-FLEXNERI PLASMID

      FEMS microbiology letters
    62. ROSSOLINI GM; FRANCESCHINI N; RICCIO ML; MERCURI PS; PERILLI M; GALLENI M; FRERE JM; AMICOSANTE G
      CHARACTERIZATION AND SEQUENCE OF THE CHRYSEOBACTERIUM (FLAVOBACTERIUM) MENINGOSEPTICUM CARBAPENEMASE - A NEW MOLECULAR CLASS-B BETA-LACTAMASE SHOWING A BROAD SUBSTRATE PROFILE

      Biochemical journal
    63. CROWDER MW; WALSH TR; BANOVIC L; PETTIT M; SPENCER J
      OVEREXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CLONED METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE L1 FROM STENOTROPHOMONAS-MALTOPHILIA

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    64. WALSH TR; NEVILLE WA; HARAN MH; TOLSON D; PAYNE DJ; BATESON JH; MACGOWAN AP; BENNETT PM
      NUCLEOTIDE AND AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCES OF THE METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE, IMIS, FROM AEROMONAS-VERONII BV SOBRIA

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    65. FILLE M; BAUERNFEIND A; EBERLEIN E; JUNGWIRTH R; SCHNEIDER I; SPEER G; DIERICH MP; ALLERBERGER F
      IMIPENEM RESISTANCE IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift
    66. ULLAH JH; WALSH TR; TAYLOR IA; EMERY DC; VERMA CS; GAMBLIN SJ; SPENCER J
      THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE L1 METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE FROM STENOTROPHOMONAS-MALTOPHILIA AT 1.7 ANGSTROM RESOLUTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    67. MANSILLA EC; GARROTE FG
      MECHANISMS OF RESISTANCE IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Revista Clinica Espanola
    68. GOLDMANN DA; HUSKINS WC
      CONTROL OF NOSOCOMIAL ANTIMICROBIAL-RESISTANT BACTERIA - A STRATEGIC PRIORITY FOR HOSPITALS WORLDWIDE

      Clinical infectious diseases
    69. URBAN C; RAHAL JJ
      KLEBSIELLA AND EXTENDED-SPECTRUM BETA-LACTAMASES

      International journal of antimicrobial agents
    70. HORNSTEIN M; SAUTJEAUROSTOKER C; PEDUZZI J; VESSIERES A; HONG LTH; BARTHELEMY M; SCAVIZZI M; LABIA R
      OXACILLIN-HYDROLYZING BETA-LACTAMASE INVOLVED IN RESISTANCE TO IMIPENEM IN ACINETOBACTER-BAUMANNII

      FEMS microbiology letters
    71. LIVERMORE DM
      ACQUIRED CARBAPENEMASES

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    72. MATSUMURA N; MINAMI S; MITSUHASHI S
      ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF T-5575, A NOVEL 2-CARBOXYPENAM, AND ITS STABILITY TO BETA-LACTAMASE

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    73. RASMUSSEN BA; BUSH K
      CARBAPENEM-HYDROLYZING BETA-LACTAMASES

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    74. OHBA F; NAKAMURAKAMIJO M; WATANABE N; KATSU K
      IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITIES OF ER-35786, A NEW ANTIPSEUDOMONAL CARBAPENEM

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    75. MAINARDI JL; MUGNIER P; COUTROT A; BUUHOI A; COLLATZ E; GUTMANN L
      CARBAPENEM RESISTANCE IN A CLINICAL ISOLATE OF CITROBACTER-FREUNDII

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    76. AMYES SGB; GEMMELL CG
      ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE - PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM HELD ON 12-JULY-1996 AT THE UNIVERSITY-OF-SOUTHAMPTON

      Journal of Medical Microbiology
    77. EDWARDS R
      RESISTANCE TO BETA-LACTAM ANTIBIOTICS IN BACTEROIDES SPP

      Journal of Medical Microbiology
    78. LESICKAHUPKOVA M; BLAHOVA J; KRCMERY V; KRALIKOVA K
      MOBILIZATION OF ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE FOR TRANSFER IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Journal of chemotherapy
    79. HEDBERG M; NORD CE
      BETA-LACTAM RESISTANCE IN ANAEROBIC-BACTERIA - A REVIEW

      Journal of chemotherapy
    80. CLAROS MC; CITRON DM; GERARDO SH; GOLDSTEIN EJC; SCHONIAN G; MONTAG T; HAMPEL B; RODLOFF AC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF INDOLE-NEGATIVE BACTEROIDES-FRAGILIS GROUP SPECIES WITH USE OF POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION FINGERPRINTING AND RESISTANCE PROFILES

      Clinical infectious diseases
    81. MARIOTTEBOYER S; NICOLASCHANOINE MH; LABIA R
      A KINETIC-STUDY OF NMC-A BETA-LACTAMASE, AN AMBLER CLASS-A CARBAPENEMASE ALSO HYDROLYZING CEPHAMYCINS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    82. MARUMO K; NAGAKI T; NAKAMURA Y
      EVALUATION OF HIGH-LEVEL CARBAPENEM RESISTANCE IN ATYPICAL SERRATIA-MARCESCENS BY A COMPARISON WITH ITS REVERTANTS

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    83. PEREZ AN; BONET IG; ROBLEDO EH; ABASCAL RD; PLOUS CV
      METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASES IN ACINETOBACTER-CALCOACETICUS

      Medical science research
    84. ARPIN C; COZE C; ROGUES AM; GACHIE JP; BEBEAR C; QUENTIN C
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC-STUDY OF AN OUTBREAK DUE TO MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT ENTEROBACTER-AEROGENES IN A MEDICAL INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    85. SENDA K; ARAKAWA Y; ICHIYAMA S; NAKASHIMA K; ITO H; OHSUKA S; SHIMOKATA K; KATO N; OHTA M
      PCR DETECTION OF METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE GENE (BLA(IMP)) IN GRAM-NEGATIVE RODS RESISTANT TO BROAD-SPECTRUM BETA-LACTAMS

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    86. POOLE K; TETRO K; ZHAO QX; NESHAT S; HEINRICHS DE; BIANCO N
      EXPRESSION OF THE MULTIDRUG-RESISTANCE OPERON MEXA-MEXB-OPRM IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA - MEXR ENCODES A REGULATOR OF OPERON EXPRESSION

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    87. SENDA K; ARAKAWA Y; NAKASHIMA K; ITO H; ICHIYAMA S; SHIMOKATA K; KATO N; OHTA M
      MULTIFOCAL OUTBREAKS OF METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE-PRODUCING PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA RESISTANT TO BROAD-SPECTRUM BETA-LACTAMS, INCLUDING CARBAPENEMS

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    88. CHARREL RN; PAGES JM; DEMICCO P; MALLEA M
      PREVALENCE OF OUTER-MEMBRANE PORIN ALTERATION IN BETA-LACTAM-ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT ENTEROBACTER-AEROGENES

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    89. LIVERMORE DM
      ARE ALL BETA-LACTAMS CREATED EQUAL

      Scandinavian journal of infectious diseases
    90. PEREZ FJ; GIMENO C; NAVARRO D; GARCIADELOMAS J
      MEROPENEM PERMEATION THROUGH THE OUTER-MEMBRANE OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA CAN INVOLVE PATHWAYS OTHER THAN THE OPRD PORIN CHANNEL

      Chemotherapy
    91. SUMITA Y; FUKASAWA M
      MEROPENEM RESISTANCE IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Chemotherapy
    92. SHLAES DM; RICE LB
      EMERGING MECHANISMS OF BETA-LACTAM RESISTANCE - AN UPDATE

      Infectious diseases in clinical practice
    93. NAKAE T
      ROLE OF MEMBRANE-PERMEABILITY IN DETERMINING ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE INPSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Microbiology and immunology
    94. CIPRIANI P; GIORDANO A; MAGNI A; PAPA F; FILADORO F
      OUTER-MEMBRANE ALTERATIONS IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA AFTER 5-DAY EXPOSURE TO QUINOLONES AND CARBAPENEMS

      Drugs under experimental and clinical research
    95. LIVINGSTONE D; GILL MJ; WISE R
      MECHANISMS OF RESISTANCE TO THE CARBAPENEMS

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    96. ARAKAWA Y; MURAKAMI M; SUZUKI K; ITO H; WACHAROTAYANKUN R; OHSUKA S; KATO N; OHTA M
      A NOVEL INTEGRON-LIKE ELEMENT CARRYING THE METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE GENE BLA(IMP)

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    97. FELICI A; PERILLI M; SEGATORE B; FRANCESCHINI N; SETACCI D; ORATORE A; STEFANI S; GALLENI M; AMICOSANTE G
      INTERACTIONS OF BIAPENEM WITH ACTIVE-SITE SERINE AND METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASES

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    98. ITO H; ARAKAWA Y; OHSUKA S; WACHAROTAYANKUN R; KATO N; OHTA M
      PLASMID-MEDIATED DISSEMINATION OF THE METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASE GENE BLA(IMP) AMONG CLINICALLY ISOLATED STRAINS OF SERRATIA-MARCESCENS

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    99. SUMITA Y; YAMAGA H; SUNAGAWA M
      THE EFFECT OF 1-BETA-METHYL SUBSTITUENT AND THE BASICITY IN C-2 SIDE-CHAIN IN CARBAPENEM ANTIBIOTICS ON THE ACTIVITY AGAINST PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA OPRD2 AND NALB MUTANTS

      Journal of antibiotics
    100. PODGLAJEN I; BREUIL J; COLLATZ E
      INSERTION OF A NOVEL DNA-SEQUENCE, IS-1186, UPSTREAM OF THE SILENT CARBAPENEMASE GENE CFIA, PROMOTES EXPRESSION OF CARBAPENEM RESISTANCE INCLINICAL ISOLATES OF BACTEROIDES-FRAGILIS

      Molecular microbiology


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