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For a paper appearing in PLOS One, a team from India and Saudi Arabia explore antibiotic resistance patterns in Escherichia coli isolated from 120 children in India. The researchers focused on quinolone resistance-related region of the E. coli genome in children under five-years-old in Delhi, using multiplex PCR amplification and amplicon sequencing to profile resistance genes in E. coli found in stool samples.

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