Table 4

Distribution of E. coli genotypes by fimH SNP analysis

fimH typeaNo. (%) of isolates that are:P valuedNo. (%) of isolates among 5 most prevalent STsTotal no. of fimH type isolates
SusceptibleResistantbMDRc
f-110 (19)13 (24)31 (57)0.02443 (80)54
f-27 (88)1 (13)0 (0)0.0018
f-36 (75)0 (0)2 (25)0.013 (38)8
f-43 (27)1 (9)7 (64)1.011
f-50 (0)1 (25)3 (75)0.3194
f-614 (54)4 (15)8 (31)0.00521 (81)26
f-77 (78)0 (0)2 (22)0.0049
f-82 (17)6 (50)4 (33)0.51912 (100)12
f-94 (7)9 (16)45 (77)<0.000551 (88)58
f-101 (33)0 (0)2 (67)0.5123
f-111 (50)0 (0)1 (50)0.5121 (50)2
f-120 (0)0 (0)3 (100)0.5563
f-131 (25)1 (25)2 (50)0.5564
f-272 (100)0 (0)0 (0)0.092
f-292 (100)0 (0)0 (0)0.092
f-472 (40)2 (40)1 (20)0.6384 (80)5
f-512 (33)1 (17)3 (50)1.04 (67)6
f-520 (0)0 (0)2 (100)1.02 (100)2
f-532 (100)0 (0)0 (0)0.092
Unique f-type4 (27)3 (20)8 (53)1.02 (13)15
Total typed70 (30)42 (18)124 (52)236
Total untyped4 (40)1 (10)5 (50)0 (0)10
Total74 (30)43 (17)129 (52)143 (58)246
  • a fimH types (f-types) in bold are the three most prevalent fimH SNP types.

  • b Resistant to one or two classes of drugs.

  • c Resistant to three or more classes of drugs.

  • d P value compares the susceptible column and any resistance.