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prevalence of putative virulence markers in campylobacter jejuni and campylobacter coli isolated from hospitalized children, raw chicken, and raw beef in tehran, iran.the incidence of the virulence-associated genes cdta, cdtb, cdtc, cadf, dnaj, racr, and plda has been investigated in campylobacter jejuni and campylobacter coli collected from raw chicken and beef from retailers in tehran, iran, and from hospitalized children (age, =14 years) suffering from diarrhea. campylobacter spp. were collectively identified by morphological and biochemical methods. campylobacter jejuni and c. coli were discriminated from other campylobacter spp. by amplification of a spe ...201121326356
isolation and drug-resistant patterns of campylobacter strains cultured from diarrheic children in tehran.to detect campylobacteriosis and determine the drug susceptibility of causative organisms, we acquired 500 diarrheic samples in cary-blair transfer medium from two pediatric hospitals in tehran between october 2004 and october 2005. the samples were also enriched in preston broth (with supplements) and defibrinated sheep blood (7%). they were plated from both media on brucella agar containing antibiotics and blood. isolates were identified through biochemical tests and by the polymerase chain re ...200717642538
diagnosis and prevalence of enteropathogenic bacteria in children less than 5 years of age with acute diarrhea in tehran children's hospitals.acute diarrhea disease is the second cause of death among all infectious diseases in children younger than 5 years of age worldwide. the aim of this study was to employ a combination of biochemical, microbiological and molecular diagnostic techniques to investigate the stools of iranian children with acute diarrhea for bacterial enteropathogens.200919117609
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