comparative macrorestriction and rflp analysis of mycobacterium avium subsp. avium and mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis isolates from man, pig, and germany, tuberculous lesions in slaughtered pigs due to infection with members of the mycobacterium avium complex are increasingly reported. contaminated food originating from pig or other livestock is discussed as potential source of human infection. m. avium isolates from man (n=45), pig (n=29), and cattle (n=13) were characterised by restriction fragment length polymorphism (rflp) with respect to insertion sequences is1245 and is901 as well as by xbai-based pulsed-field gel electrophoresis ...200616797885
[avian mycobacteriosis in humans remains a threat in the czech republic].the members of mycobacterium avium complex belong to the most common agents causing mycobacterioses in humans. they are classified as a potentially patogenic mycobacteria, although mycobacterium avium subsp. avium represent veterinary and economic risks in birds (mainly poultry) as well as mammals (pigs etc.). infected animals and their products (mainly eggs) often come from small household production and pose a risk for human health. the second member of this complex, mycobacterium avium subsp. ...201020401832
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