is a major cause of pneumonia in young horses and a common opportunistic pathogen of immunocompromised humans (7).
Many microorganisms have been determined which produced extracellular Cholesterol oxidase including Rhodococcus equi
, Rhodococcus erythropolis, Streptomyces sp, SA-coo, Arthrobactersimplex, Brevibacterium sterolicum, Sterptomyces lividanse, Shisophylum commune, etc [9, 10].
can be found in all continents of the world except Antarctica, and can flourish in both fresh and saltwater environments, and also within the intestines of bloodsucking arthropods.
Specific bacteria are found in certain categories of patients, for example, coliform bacteria in patients with chemotherapy and Rhodococcus equi
in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
, formerly C equi, has been recognized as an opportunistic pathogen, with 82% of patients presenting with pneumonia.
Brenda Shaw says there is no room for protectionism in the fight against Rhodococcus Equi
Based on substantial pre-clinical data demonstrating BTL-slo's efficacy to prevent and modulate scarring and wound healing, Beech Tree co-sponsored a blinded and controlled clinical study at the University of Kentucky (UK) to determine its effect as an adjunct to antibiotics in addressing Rhodococcus equi
The steroid catabolic pathway of the intracellular pathogen Rhodococcus equi
is important for pathogenesis and a target for vaccine development.
1997, "Medium improvement by orthogonal designs for cholesterol oxidase production by Rhodococcus equi
AS the owner of a Kayf Tara foal who has contracted the awful disease Rhodococcus Equi
while at stud, I am
infections occur predominantly in immunocompromised patients, and most infections are caused by Rhodococcus equi
Although no characteristic Michaelis-Gutmann bodies were seen, the staining characteristics of the intracellular coccobacilli were compatible with Rhodococcus equi
, a pathogen associated with malakoplakia.