Supplementary data for Antibiotic Resistance genes and Isolates ID data for Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization of Antibiotic Resistance in Military Hospital-Associated Bacteria from War-Injuries in the Eastern Ukraine Conflict between 2014 to 2020

Published: 12-01-2021| Version 5 | DOI: 10.17632/jn6mf3s868.5
Brendan Jones,


Objectives: To describe the phenotypic and genotypic mechanisms of antibiotic resistance in pathogens associated with war-injuries in the Ukraine conflict. Isolates obtained in retrospective multicenter microbiological surveys in four Ukrainian Military hospitals between 2014 – 2020. A total of 1,061 microbiology results with 813 organisms from 162 different patients were eligible for this study. 250 de-duplicated bacterial isolates were selected for further analysis. Fifty-two isolates underwent whole genome sequencing. The proportion and percentage of microorganisms recovered from clinical samples from different military hospitals are described in detail in Supplementary File1. The whole-genome sequences of investigated microorganisms were deposited to Genbank, the GenBank Accession Numbers can be found in Supplementary File #2. All genes which were retrieved from the genome of investigated microorganisms are listed in Supplementary File3.