Bar graph shows the abundance of antibiotic resistance reported in the scientific literature for probiotic bacteria

At 91 times, probiotics which are resistant to tetracycline is detected most frequently in the literature followed by, probiotics that are resistant to erythromycin (70 times), vancomycin (63 times), streptomycin (60 times), chloramphenicol (47 times), kanamycin (40 times), ampicillin(37 times), gentamicin (36 times).