Additional file 5: of Antimicrobial susceptibility of Streptococcus suis isolated from diseased pigs, asymptomatic pigs, and human patients in Thailand

Figure S3. Heatmap illustrates susceptibility, i.e. susceptible, intermediate, and resistant, of Streptococcus suis, grouped based on serotypes, towards testing antibiotic drugs. The isolated bacteria were clustered into four serotypes, including serotype 2 (n = 59), non-serotype 2 (n = 73), autoagglutinating (n = 91) and non-typable (n = 39). Associations between source of isolation and susceptibility of each antibiotic drug were analyzed using Pearson’s Chi-square dependent test. The asterisk indicates that null hypothesis of the Chi-square test was rejected (P-value <  0.05), suggesting a significant association. (DOCX 70 kb)