Table 2.

Distribution of fimbrial profiles by source group

Fimbrial profileaNo. of isolatesDistribution of fimbrial profile by isolation source (n)bConstituent genes
Animal commensal (32)Human commensal (57)ABU (54)Complicated UTI (45)Cystitis (38)Pyelonephritis (77)
130715***50*30***ppdD, yehA
22513***6411c1936, ppdD, yehA
32513615***c1936, c2395, ppdD, yadN, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV, papG2
4133325ppdD, yehA, papG2
51316*5*1c1936, ppdD, yadN, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV, sfaS, papG3
6911115focH, c1936, c2395, ppdD, yadN, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV, papG2
78**62c1936, c2395, ppdD, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV
87111211c1936, ppdD, yehA, pixC
9724*1c1936, c2395, ppdD, yadN, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV
106321ppdD, yehA, yfcV, papG2
1161212c1936, ppdD, yadN, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV, papG2
12514*focH, c1936, c2395, ppdD, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV, papG2
13532c1936, ppdD, yehA, papG2
145122c1936, c2395, ppdD, yehA, aufA, ygiL, yfcV, papG2
  • a Fimbrial profiles were numbered from the most prevalent to the least prevalent.

  • b Numbers in parentheses are the total numbers in each source group. *, P < 0.05; **, P < 0.01; ***, P <0.001 (by Fisher's exact test for isolate source compared to all other source groups).