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Pseudo-outbreak of Brevundimonas diminuta

Kim YH, Koh EM, Lee YW, Lee YK, Shin HB, Lee K

Brevundimonas diminuta is a lactose non-fermenting Gram-negative rod associated with infection in immunocompromised patients. In three patients from two general wards, B. diminuta was isolated in blood culture sample. The...
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Campylobacter jejuni Bacteremia in a Healthy Child

Kim MJ, Kim SY, Park YH, Yoon HS, Suh JT, Lee HJ

Campylobacter jejuni is one of the important bacterial pathogens causing entero-invasive diarrhea; however, C. jejuni infection is rarely complicated by bacteremia or extra-intestinal localization. In the domestic literature, the majority...
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Evaluation of MolecuTech Real MTB-ID for MTB/NTM Detection Using Direct Specimens

Wang HY, Jin H, Bang H, Choi YI, Park EM, Koh WJ, Lee H

BACKGROUND: The differentiation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) from nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) is of primary importance for infection control and choice of antimicrobial therapy. The diagnosis of diseases caused by NTM...
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Removal of PCR Inhibitors in Real-time PCR for Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Yun HY, Kim HS, Lee YK, Kang HJ, Kim JS, Song W, Lee KM

BACKGROUND: The inhibition rates for nucleic acid tests of Mycobacterium tuberculosis have been reported to range from less than 1% to more than 10%. Specimen dilution, boiling, addition of bovine...
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Nationwide Survey of Blood Culture Performance Regarding Skin Disinfection, Blood Collection and Laboratory Procedures

Shin JH, Song SA, Kim MN, Kim S

BACKGROUND: Although many laboratories use automated blood culture systems, adequate skin disinfection and optimal blood volume are still critical for successful culture. The authors undertook a nationwide survey to understand...
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Multicenter Study of Molecular Epidemiology and Antibiotic Resistance of Group A Streptococci in 2008-2009 in Korea

Kim EC, Koh EH, Kim S, Kang JO, Kim JS, Shin JH, Lee NY, Jeong J, Cho JH, Chang CL, Kim YR

BACKGROUND: Group A Streptococcus (GAS) is responsible for a wide spectrum of human diseases. We investigated the distribution of emm types and antibiotic resistance rates of GAS from clinical specimens...
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