Data from: Associations among antibiotic and phage resistance phenotypes in natural and clinical Escherichia coli isolates

Richard C. Allen, Katia R. Pfrunder-Cardozo, Dominik Meinel, Adrian Egli & Alex R. Hall
The spread of antibiotic resistance is driving interest in new approaches to control bacterial pathogens. This includes applying multiple antibiotics strategically, using bacteriophages against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and combining both types of antibacterial agents. All these approaches rely on or are impacted by associations among resistance phenotypes (where bacteria resistant to one antibacterial agent are also relatively susceptible or resistant to others). Experiments with laboratory strains have shown strong associations between some resistance phenotypes, but we...
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