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Virulotyping of Shigella spp. isolated from pediatric patients in Tehran, Iran

Acta Microbiologica Et Immunologica Hungarica

Feb 22, 2017

Reza RanjbarPayam Behzadi

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Shigellosis is a considerable infectious disease with high morbidity and mortality among children worldwide. In this survey the prevalence of four important virulence genes including ial, ipaH, set1A, and set1B were investigated among Shigella strains and the related gene profiles ident...read more

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SETD1A
Dysentery, Bacillary
Shigella sonnei bacterium
Evaluation
Idiopathic Pulmonary Hypertension
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Virulotyping of Shigella spp. isolated from pediatric patients in Tehran, Iran

Acta Microbiologica Et Immunologica Hungarica

Feb 22, 2017

Reza RanjbarPayam Behzadi

PMID: 28218003

DOI: 10.1556/030.64.2017.007

Abstract

Shigellosis is a considerable infectious disease with high morbidity and mortality among children worldwide. In this survey the prevalence of four important virulence genes including ial, ipaH, set1A, and set1B were investigated among Shigella strains and the related gene profiles ident...read more

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Dysentery, Bacillary
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