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Characterization of Shigella spp. by antimicrobial resistance and PCR detection of ipa genes in an infantile population from Porto Velho (Western Amazon region), Brazil

Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz

Dec 6, 2008

Tatiane SilvaP P Orlandi

PMID: 19057826

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Abstract

The incidence of Shigella spp. was assessed in 877 infants from the public hospital in Rondônia (Western Amazon region, Brazil) where Shigella represents the fourth cause of diarrhea. Twenty-five isolates were identified: 18 were Shigella flexneri, three Shigella sonnei, three Shigella ...read more

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Pathogenicity
Dysentery, Bacillary
Shigella sonnei bacterium
Idiopathic Pulmonary Hypertension
Shigella boydii bacterium
Colitis
Dysentery, Shigella Flexneri
Genes, Bacterial
Shigella
Disease Caused by Shigella Sonnei
Paper Details
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Characterization of Shigella spp. by antimicrobial resistance and PCR detection of ipa genes in an infantile population from Porto Velho (Western Amazon region), Brazil

Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz

Dec 6, 2008

Tatiane SilvaP P Orlandi

PMID: 19057826

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Abstract

The incidence of Shigella spp. was assessed in 877 infants from the public hospital in Rondônia (Western Amazon region, Brazil) where Shigella represents the fourth cause of diarrhea. Twenty-five isolates were identified: 18 were Shigella flexneri, three Shigella sonnei, three Shigella ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Pathogenicity
Dysentery, Bacillary
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Genes, Bacterial
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