"It has been known for years that Mycobacterium tuberculosis
can use carbon monoxide, but nobody knew why," said fellow study co-first author, Katie Bayly.
Procurement of diagnostic tools for identifying, determining the sensitivity of mycobacterium tuberculosis
and monitoring the treatment of people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (within the framework of individual measures of the state program of the russian federation "healthcare development") for the needs of ogbuz smolensk regional tb dispensary in 2019 Document Purchase Start date : 05 Jul 2019
Tuberculosis in elephants: antibody responses to defined antigens of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
, potential for early diagnosis, and monitoring of treatment.
Keywords: GeneXpertA(r)MTB/RIF; bronchoalveolar lavage; Mycobacterium tuberculosis
; End-stage renal disease
Evaluation of T-cell responses to novel RD1- and RD2-encoded Mycobacterium tuberculosis
gene products for specific detection of human tuberculosis infection.
Mecanismos de resistencia a medicamentos antituberculosos en Mycobacterium tuberculosis
In vitro activities of linezolid against clinical isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
that are susceptible or resistant to first-line anti-tuberculous drugs.
The causative agent of the disastrous tuberculosis disease is Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Time-kill kinetics of anti-tuberculosis drugs, and emergence of resistance, in relation to metabolic activity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
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Kato-Maeda et al., "Use of Whole Genome Sequencing to Determine the Microevolution of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
during an Outbreak," PLoS ONE, vol.
Accurate identification of Nocardia species is burdened by its characteristic branching on Gram staining, which makes it seem acid fast and mimics Mycobacterium tuberculosis
. Besides, conventional methods involve long-term culture, the identification of growth characteristics of colonies, assessment of microscopic morphology of colonies, and biochemical and susceptibility testing.
The mechanism of drug resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
can occur in several ways, (1) a decrease in the effectiveness of the drug due to over production of its target protein, (2) drug efflux that cause the drug could not reach to its target, and (3) alteration of in the drug target protein due to mutations of their genes.