Mycobacterium microti

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My·co·bac·te·ri·um mi·cro·'ti

a bacterial species causing generalized tuberculosis in voles; transmissible to guinea pigs, rabbits, and calves, causing localized infections.
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Spatiotemporal and ecological patterns of Mycobacterium microti infection in wild boar (Sus scrofa).
Two cases of Mycobacterium microti derived tuberculosis in HIV-negative immunocompetent patients.
Mycobacterium microti infection (vole tuberculosis) in wild rodent populations.
Mycobacterium microti: more widespread than previously thought.
We report what we believe is the first recorded case of IRD with confirmed Mycobacterium microti infection.
We describe two cases of Mycobacterium microti infection causing pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) in HIV-seronegative immunocompetent patients in Germany.
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