Table 2

The 22 sequencedEnterococcus faeciumgenomes
Strain ST CC17 Country Year Source Reference
1,231,408a 582 Yes NAb NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
1,231,501 52 No NA NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
Com15 583 No USA (MA) 2006 Healthy Volunteer Feces [38]
1,141,733 327 No NA NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
1,230,933 18 Yes NA NA Wound Swab of Hospitalized Patient [38]
1,231,410 17 Yes NA NA Skin and Soft Tissue Infection [38]
1,231,502 203 Yes NA NA Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [38]
Com12 107 No USA (MA) 2006 Healthy Volunteer Feces [38]
E1039 42 No Netherlands 1998 Healthy Volunteer Feces [32]
E1162 17 Yes France 1997 Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [32]
E1071 32 No Netherlands 2000 Hospitalized Patient Feces [32]
E1679 114 No Brazil 1998 Swab of Vascular Catheter [32]
E1636 106 No Netherlands 1961 Blood Culture of Hospitalized Patient [32]
E980 94 No Netherlands 1998 Healthy Volunteer Feces [32]
U0317 78 Yes Netherlands 2005 UTI of Hospitalized Patient [32]
D344SRFc 21 No France 1985 Clinical (Site not specified) [42]
TC6 21 No USA (OH) NA Transconjugant of C68 and D344SRF [29]
C68 16 Yes USA (OH) 1998 Endocarditis Patient (Feces) [9]
TX0133 17 Yes USA (TX) 2006 Endocarditis Patient (Blood) This study
TX82 17 Yes USA (TX) 1999 Endocarditis Patient (Blood) [25]
TX16 18 Yes USA (TX) 1992 Endocarditis Patient (Blood) [43]
TX1330 107 No USA (TX) 1994 Healthy Volunteer Feces [17]

aHybrid genome with ~1/3 of the core genes from the CA clade and 2/3 from the HA clade.

bIndicates this information was not available.

cA rifampin- and fusidic acid-resistant derivative of clinical strain E. faecium D344S in which the spontaneous loss of pbp5 and its surrounding region resulted in an ampicillin-susceptible phenotype.

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