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Analysis of the Vaginal Microbiome by Next-Generation Sequencing and Evaluation of its Performance as a Clinical Diagnostic Tool in Vaginitis

Hong KH, Hong SK, Cho SI, Ra E, Han KH, Kang SB, Kim EC, Park SS, Seong MW

BACKGROUND: Next-generation sequencing (NGS) can detect many more microorganisms of a microbiome than traditional methods. This study aimed to analyze the vaginal microbiomes of Korean women by using NGS that...
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The Growth Inhibition Effect on the Bacterial Vaginosis Causative Bacteria by Citric Acid and Trisodium Phosphate

Yang NW, Sihn WJ

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most frequent vaginal disease being apt to relapse. The growth inhibition effect of the mixture of citric acid (CA) and trisodium phosphate (TSP) on BV...
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The Growth Inhibition Effect on the Causative Bacteria of Bacterial Vaginosis by Bacterial Strains Isolated from the Vagina of a Healthy Woman

Sihn WJ, Yang NW

Two Gram-positive rod strains isolated from the healthy vagina of a woman were tested for the possibility as probiotics. One strain was identified as Steroidobacter denitrificans (YH1) and the other...
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Interpretation of Papanicolaou Smear Test and Gram Stain Results for the Diagnosis of Infectious Vaginitis is Affected by Knowledge of Additional Related Test Results

Kim BH, Lee JH, Kweon OJ, Yu N, Lee MK

  • KMID: 2312250
  • Lab Med Online.
  • 2014 Apr;4(2):105-111.
BACKGROUND: Infectious vaginitis is a common gynecologic disease that is primarily caused by three pathogens (Trichomonas vaginalis, Gardnerella vaginalis, and Candida species). The aim of this study was to confirm...
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Detection of Trichomonas vaginalis, Gardnerella vaginalis, and Candida Species in Affirm VPIII, Papanicolaou Smear Test and Gram Stain

Kim KH, Kim TH, Lee JH, Lee TJ, Lee MK

BACKGROUND: Infectious vaginitis is caused primarily by three different groups of microbial pathogens (Trichomonas vaginalis, Candida spp., and Gardnerella vaginalis). The objective of this study was to compare the Affirm...
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Relationship among bacterial vaginosis, local inflammatory response and presence of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in women with and without human papilloma virus infection

Vesna AS, Neli B, Zlatka G, Natasha A

OBJECTIVE: An assessment of influence of human papilloma virus (HPV) infection on the presence of dysplasia and relationship among the local immune system, HPV infection and bacterial vaginosis (BV). METHODS: The...
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A Case of Neonatal Sepsis with Meningitis due to Gardnerella vaginalis

Jin HY, Oh SM, Chang MY

  • KMID: 2280606
  • Korean J Perinatol.
  • 2007 Jun;18(2):182-185.
Gardnerella vaginalis is a normal component of the vaginal flora and is one of the organisms associated with bacterial vaginosis. It is rarely involved in neonatal infection. Although it is...
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Drug-resistant Profiles of Clinical Isolates of Gardnerella vaginalis on Columbia Agar Base Supplemented with Human Erythrocyte Lysate and Horse Serum

Yang NW, Lim Y, Sin SH

  • KMID: 1808164
  • Infect Chemother.
  • 2003 Apr;35(2):86-90.
BACKGROUND: To the best of our knowledge, there has been no any report on the antibiotic susceptibility profile of Gardnerella vaginalis, determined in domestic area by the agar dilution method....
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Diagnosis of Bacterial Vaginosis with Relation to Isolation of Gardnerella vaginalis

Yang NW, Sin SH, Chang JS

  • KMID: 1572922
  • J Bacteriol Virol.
  • 2002 Mar;32(1):109-114.
Among 104 patients who visited a local clinic with increased, bad-smelling vaginal discharge, twenty-nine women (27.9%) were found to have bacterial vaginosis (BV) according to the Amsel's composite clinical criteria...
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Correlation of Diagnostic 4 Signs, Bacterial Vaginosis and Gardnerella vaginalis Isolation and Drug - resistant Profiles of Clinical Isolates

Yang NW, Lim Y, Shin SH

  • KMID: 2099346
  • J Korean Soc Microbiol.
  • 2000 Oct;35(5):354-354.
No Abstract Available.
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Growth conditions and biotypes of gardnerella vaginalis

Lee JG, Lee KH, Kim BS, Jang HJ, Han SJ, Yang NW, Shin SH

  • KMID: 1697216
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 1993 Jun;36(6):837-846.
No abstract available.
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Diagnostic Values of pH of Vaginal Discharge, Amine Test, and Microscopic Examination of Infectious Vaginitis

Choi JD, Kim GD, Koh MW, Lee TH, Chung WY

Vaginitis is one of the most common disease in gynecologic field in recent days. About 90% of these patients suffer from the infection of the vagina caused by Gardnerella vaginalis,...
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Investigation of Hemophilus vaginalis in patients with Non-gonococcal Urethritis

Kim TK, Lee HY

  • KMID: 2060104
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1982 Nov;23(7):937-940.
The urethral discharge was cultured on 87 patients who were suspected as non-gonococcal urethritis by clinical symptoms and Gram's stain. Among them, H. vaginalis could be cultured and isolated from...
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