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Synonyms for mycobacteria

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Object of these deliveries: application form for purchase file "delivery, integration in existing environment, disposables and maintenance for automated system for culture of mycobacteria and automated blood culture system".
Keywords: Non-tuberculous mycobacteria, Mycobacterium abscessus, Rapid growing mycobacteria.
Keywords: atypical mycobacteria, cattle, mycobacteriosis,sensitins, tuberculosis.
An item should be rinsed with sterile water to prevent its contamination with non-tuberculous mycobacteria.
in two samples, probably nontuberculous environmental mycobacteria (NTM), which are present in the environment and can be transmitted to animals and humans (FRANCO et al.
Detection and identification of mycobacteria by amplification of the internal transcribed spacer regions with genus- and species-specific PCR primers.
Runyon classified these organisms as rapidly growing mycobacteria as they can produce mature colonies on agar plates within 7 days, while slowly growing mycobacteria need several more days to grow [3,4].
There has been much controversy surrounding the proper line of treatment for port whole infections with atypical mycobacteria.
Genitourinary tract infections due to Mycobacteria tuberculosis are comparatively more common than NTM infections.
20) In this context, the transcription factor Rv3133c, named dormancy survival regulator (DosR), directly coordinates the expression of approximately 50 genes, which altogether make up the regulon DosR, preparing the metabolic changes that will allow the mycobacteria to enter dormancy.
For example, broad-range PCR for bacteria, fungi, and mycobacteria has been used as a more expensive replacement for the inefficient practice of "pan-culture" that preceded it.
Respiratory infections caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria have also been seen in patients with cystic fibrosis.
26 ( ANI ): A new study has found that the active ingredient in vinegar, acetic acid, might be used as an inexpensive and non-toxic disinfectant against drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) bacteria as well as other stubborn, disinfectant-resistant mycobacteria.
Due to the presence of the single copies of ribosomal genes Mycobacteria are slow grower.