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Table 2 Distribution of different enteropathogenic bacteria(n = 274) isolated from diarrheal patients

From: Prevalence and antibiotic resistance of bacterial pathogens isolated from childhood diarrhea in Beijing, China (2010–2014)

Any simple pathogen No. of isolates (%)
Diarrheagenic E.coli (n = 118, 5 serogroups) 118 (43.1)
 EPEC
  Atypical (eae+ , bfpA−) 58 (49.2)
  Typical (eae+ , bfpA +) 9 (7.6)
 EAEC
  aggR+ 28 (23.7)
 ETEC
  est+ 9 (7.6)
  elt+ 6 (5.1)
  Both+ 2 (1.7)
 EIEC (ipaH +) 5(4.2)
 STEC (eae + , stx1 +)a 1 (0.8)
Salmonella spp. (n = 109, 33 serotypes) 109 (39.8)
 S. enteritidis 35 (32.1)
 S. typhimurium 15 (13.8)
 Salmonella 1, 4, [5], 12:i:- 13 (11.9)
 S. agona 10 (9.2)
 S. paratyphi C 4 (3.7)
 S. infantis 3 (2.8)
 S. braenderup 2 (1.8)
 S. tennessee 2 (1.8)
 Other serotypesb 25 (22.5)
Shigella spp. (n = 37, 4 serotypes) 37 (13.5)
 S. sonnei 32 (86.5)
 S. flexneri 2a 2 (5.4)
 S. flexneri 4c 2 (5.4)
 S. dysenteriae 2 1 (2.7)
V. parahaemolyticus (n = 10, 3 serotypes) 10 (3.6)
 V. parahaemolyticus O3:K6 8 (80)
 V. parahaemolyticus O3:KUT 1 (10)
 V. parahaemolyticus O1:KUT 1 (10)
Total 274 (100)
Mixed infections (n = 5)
 EPEC/Salmonella (S. enteritidis) 1
 EPEC/Salmonella (S. infantis) 1
 EAEC/Salmonella (S. typhimurium) 1
 EPEC/Shigella (S. sonnei) 1
 EPEC/EAEC 1
  1. aThe serotype of STEC is O26:K60
  2. bThe sum of the other serotypes excluding the top 8 serotypeslisted above