High prevalence of mgrB-mediated colistin resistance among carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae is associated with biofilm formation, and can be overcome by colistin-EDTA combination therapy

Aye Mya Sithu Shein, Dhammika Leshan Wannigama, Paul G. Higgins, Cameron Hurst, Shuichi Abe, Parichart Hongsing, Naphat Chantaravisoot, Thammakorn Saethang, Sirirat Luk-in, Tingting Liao, Sumanee Nilgate, Ubolrat Rirerm, Naris Kueakulpattana, Sukrit Srisakul, Apichaya Aryukarn, Matchima Laowansiri, Lee Yin Hao, Manta Yonpiam, Naveen Kumar Devanga Ragupathi, Teerasit TechawiwattanaboonNatharin Ngamwongsatit, Mohan Amarasiri, Puey Ounjai, Rosalyn Kupwiwat, Phatthranit Phattharapornjaroen, Vishnu Nayak Badavath, Asada Leelahavanichkul, Anthony Kicic, Tanittha Chatsuwan

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