E. faecium contains one chromosome and three plasmids, 3209 genes, which translate into 3114 proteins, and the Gas Chromatography (GC) content is 37.8% [12]. Four out of 22 surface proteins of E. faecium show a virulence factor. Against infectious diseases caused by Enterococcus faecium potential drug targets, recombinant Scm65 (A- and B-domains) and Scm36 (A-domain) are identified, as revealed by functional annotation using various computational tools and techniques [13], were used. For virulence factor analysis, the Virulence Factor Database (VFDB) was used [14].

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