enterobacterial


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enterobacterial

[-baktir′ē·əl]
Etymology: Gk, enteron + bakterion, small staff
pertaining to a species of bacteria found in the digestive tract.
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K, Enterobacterial MRHA plasmid and its possible Genetic Transformation With Escherichia coli K-12 at auxotrophic Phenotypes.
A comparison of the MHT and PCR results by enterobacterial organism and carbapenem used in the MHT is shown in Table 6.
2%) were positive for 2 enterobacterial species (Table 2).
Molecular typing techniques such as repetitive extragenic palindromic PCR, enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus PCR, and single primer PCR differentiated all 30 strains into different profiles.
Prevalence of qnr genes among extended-spectrum p-lactamase-producing enterobacterial isolates in Barcelona, Spain.
NDM-1] among carbapenem-resistant enterobacterial strains isolated from patients at the Chinese PLA General Hospital in Beijing.
Although 26 participants had positive results for ESBL-E 6 months after travel, they were not all positive for the same enterobacterial strain that was identified immediately after travel.
The enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus PCR was used (6), and all isolates produced identical patterns.
The isolate was genotyped by enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus PCR and compared with 750 swine isolates in the University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory database (9).
pestis pla gene, linked to a 72-bp sequence that was 97% similar to enterobacterial rep protein genes.
We included in the study 162 carbapenemase-producing strains of various enterobacterial species isolated from clinical samples (e.
The same genetic environment has been observed for most NDM-1-positive enterobacterial isolates (8).