Among multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacteria, carbapenemase-producing bacteria are a major threat to our health system because of resistance to most or all β-lactam antibiotics and a lack of therapeutic options. OXA-48 is one of the most prevalent carbapenemases worldwide with the highest prevalence in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. OXA-48 enzymes lead to carbapenem resistance and are most often found in E. coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae.
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|Name||Type||Format||Host/Source||Isotype||Tested Apps||Unit||Catalog||SDS||COA||Request Sample|
|Rec-OXA-48 protein||Antigen||Purified, Liquid||E. coli||N/A||POS,IM||BF||9617||COA||Request Sample|
|Mab to OXA-48||Monoclonal||Purified, Liquid||Mouse||IgG1||EIA,LF,Pr||MG||9616||COA||Request Sample|
|Mab to OXA-48||Monoclonal||Purified, Liquid||Cell Culture||IgG1||EIA,LF,Pr||MG||9615||COA||Request Sample|