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Klebsiella pneumoniae in Iraq   Alaa Al-Charrakh,Samira Yousif and Hussein Al-Janabi

Klebsiella pneumoniae in Iraq

240 страниц. 2011 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Production of ?-lactamase enzymes that break down the structural ?-lactam ring of penicillin-like drugs considered as a predominant mechanism of bacterial resistance to ?-lactam antibiotics. Extended- spectrum ?- Lactamases (ESBLs) have been found in many pathogenic Gram-negative bacteria, but they are most common in nosocomial isolates of K. pneumoniae. Bacteriocins are antibacterial proteins produced by bacteria. The bacteriocins (klebocins) of K. pneumoniae are closely related to the colicin family. Although K. pneumoniae is one of the well known bacterial species in which the ESBLs and bacteriocin have been most commonly reported around the world, studies in Iraq by many researchers were focused on epidemiology, pathogenicity and serology of Klebsiella spp. but, little or no attention has been paid to ESBL and bacteriocin production in Klebsiella spp. This book provides a new data on prevalence of ESBL and bacteriocin- producing environmental and clinical K....
 
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