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Table 2 Isolates for which bacterial translocation was confirmed (7 out of 31 isolates)

From: Use of molecular typing to investigate bacterial translocation from the intestinal tract of chlorpyrifos-exposed rats

Bacterial strains Rat ID number Age (days) CPF group Isolates No Intestinal segments Extra-intestinal organs
Staphylococcus aureus (n = 10) 12.6 D21 CPF0 9 Caecum
10 Adipose tissues
18.6 D21 CPF1 18 Colon
20 Kidney
6.14 D60 CPF1 30 Caecum
31 Peyer’s patch
4.4 D21 CPF5   Caecum
  Kidney
4.7 D60 CPF5 38 Caecum
40 Kidney
Bacillus cereus (n = 2) 13.2 D21 CPF5 48 Ileum
49 Kidney
Enterococcus faecalis (n = 2) 15.8 D21 CPF1 58 Caecum
59 Liver
  1. Prevalence: 22 % (7 out of 31)
  2. Translocation of S. aureus was evidenced in 5 of the 40 caecum and colon samples (12.5 %); translocation to the kidney: n = 3; translocation to adipose tissues: n = 1; translocation to Peyer’s patches: n = 1
  3. Translocation of B. cereus was evidenced in 1 of 7 ileum samples (14.2 %); translocation to adipose tissues
  4. Translocation of E. faecalis was evidenced in 1 of 20 caecum samples (5 %); translocation to the liver