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Abstract

In 2003−2023, amid 5,436 isolates collected globally through the Multidrug-Resistant Organism Repository and Surveillance Network, 97 were ST19PAS, 34 of which carbapenem-resistant. Strains (n = 32) sampled after 2019 harboured either , , and/or . Phylogenetic analysis of the 97 isolates and 11 publicly available ST19 genomes revealed three sub-lineages of carbapenemase-producing isolates from mainly Ukraine and Georgia, including an epidemic clone carrying all three carbapenemase genes. Infection control and global surveillance of carbapenem-resistant remain important.

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2024-06-13
2024-07-22
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