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Two Cases of Medical Device-Related Corynebacterium striatum Infection: A Meningitis and A Sepsis

Park S, Chung HS, Seo EK, Mun YC, Lee M

Corynebacterium striatum is a commonly isolated contaminant in the clinical microbiology. However, it can be an opportunistic pathogen in immunocompromised and even immunocompetent hosts. The increasing prevalence of C. striatum...
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First Report of Salmonella Serotype Tilene Infection in Korea

Chae SJ, Yun YS, Yoo CK, Chung GT, Lee DY

Salmonellosis is a common food- and water-borne disease and is also a major zoonosis. Currently, the isolation of rare Salmonella serotypes is increasing every year in Korea. Among them, the...
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An Effective Method of RNA Extraction from Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Oh TS, Kang HY, Nam YS, Kim YJ, You EK, Lee MY, Cho SY, Lee HJ

In the RNA-based study, it is important to extract high-quality RNA. However, RNA extraction from Mycobacterium tuberculosis is problematic due to its thick, waxy cell wall rich in mycolic acid,...
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Prevalence and Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Genital Mycoplasmataceae in Korean Women: Correlation between Phenotypic Test and Resistance Genes

Chang J, Yu JK, Song C, Park IY, Park YJ

BACKGROUND: While 7.6% of cultured genital Mycoplasmataceae was identified as Ureaplasma urealyticum, most of them were Ureaplasma parvum (80.3%). This is the first study differentiating between these two species. We...
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Increase of Clostridium difficile in Community; Another Worrisome Burden for Public Health

Kim YA, Rim JH, Choi MH, Kim H, Lee K

BACKGROUND: Increasing rates of Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) have been reported mainly in Europe and North America; however, only limited reports have originated in Korea. The current epidemiology of CDI...
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Microbial Contamination and Evaluation of Inoculum Volume in Umbilical Cord Blood Culture

Shim DH, Kim HJ, Hong HK

BACKGROUND: Microbial screening tests of umbilical cord blood (UCB) are essential for stem cell transplantation. We analyzed the microbial contamination rate and distribution of isolated microorganisms over 10 years of...
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