[new enterobacteriaceae found in medical bacteriology moellerella wisconsensis, koserella trabulsii, leclercia adecarboxylata, escherichia fergusonii, enterobacter asbutiae, rahnella aquatilis].characteristics of 6 "new" enterobacteriaceae species, occasionally isolated from human sources: moellerella wisconsensis, koserella trabulsii, leclercia adecarboxylata, escherichia fergusonii, rahnella aquatilis, enterobacter asburiae are described and compared with those of closely related species.19892742218
separation of escherichia adecarboxylata from the "erwinia herbicola-enterobacter agglomerans" complex and from the other enterobacteriaceae by nucleic acid and protein electrophoretic techniques.the species escherichia adecarboxylata was examined for dna relatedness to the "erwinia herbicola-enterobacter agglomerans" complex and to other members of the family enterobacteriaceae. dna-dna hybridizations (nitrocellulose filter method) showed that strains received as e. adecarboxylata were highly related to each other (73-100% homology). three strains of e. agglomerans and one strain of e. herbicola showed, respectively, 77, 96, 97 and 92% relatedness with the labelled dna of e. adecarboxyl ...19854083833
molecular cloning of genes for cellobiose utilization and their expression in escherichia coli.the genes for cellobiose utilization in escherichia adecarboxylata were cloned by using recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid techniques and transferred to escherichia coli. preliminary analysis of the beta-glucosidase activity expressed in these host cells indicated that the enzyme is membrane bound and required magnesium ions, phosphate ions, and heat-stable, non-dialyzable factors from the bacterial cytoplasm.19816787983
polymerase chain reaction for the specific detection of escherichia coli/shigella.the outer membrane protein phoe of members of the family enterobacteriaceae consists of conserved membrane-spanning segments and hypervariable surface-exposed regions. two oligonucleotides based on dna sequences encoding two different cell-surface-exposed regions of the escherichia coli k12 phoe protein were tested for their specificity in polymerase chain reactions. they reacted with all strains of the species e. coli/shigella tested, except for strain s. boydii serovar 13, which is known to re ...19938310181
[isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata in a cirrhotic patient]. 19938461375
[species of enterobacteria new to medicine].the paper presents main biological characteristics of six new species of enterobacteria, which may cause a number of infectious processes in man: moellerella wisconsensis, koserella trabulsii. leclercia adecarboxylata. escherichia fergusonii. rahnella aquatilis, enterobacter asburiae. the characteristics presented allow the bacteriologists of the laboratory of health services to isolate and to identify the above-mentioned enterobacteria.19969044705
leclercia adecarboxylata infections: case report and review.leclercia adecarboxylata has been rarely isolated from environmental and clinical specimens. on review of the world literature, we found two reports of l. adecarboxylata infection: one report described a patient with hepatic cirrhosis, and the other described a child dependent on total parenteral nutrition. l. adecarboxylata was isolated from five infected patients who were evaluated at our institution. three patients had lower-extremity wound infections in which l. adecarboxylata was part of a ...19979243038
[isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata in ulcer exudate]. 19989808889
leclercia adecarboxylata peritonitis in a child receiving chronic peritoneal dialysis.a 5 year old boy with end-stage renal disease presented with clinical and laboratory findings of peritonitis. peritoneal fluid revealed infection with leclercia adecarboxylata. this is a motile, gram-negative bacillus, formerly designated enteric group 41 and escherichia adecarboxylata. to our knowledge, this is the first reported case of peritonitis due to this organism.200011149108
identification by 16s ribosomal rna gene sequencing of an enterobacteriaceae species with ambiguous biochemical profile from a renal transplant recipient.traditional ways of identification of bacteria by phenotypic characteristics cannot be used for non-cultivable organisms and organisms with unusual biochemical profiles. in this study, an enterobacteriaceae was isolated in pure growth from the mid-stream urine of a 67-year old renal transplant recipient with urinary tract infection. conventional biochemical tests did not reveal a pattern resembling any known member of the enterobacteriaceae family. the vitek system (gni+) showed that it was 18% ...200111248520
isolations of leclercia adecarboxylata from a patient with a chronically inflamed gallbladder and from a patient with sepsis without focus.leclercia adecarboxylata was isolated from a patient with a chronically inflamed gallbladder, together with enterococcus sp. the organism was considered clinically significant and was susceptible to all antibiotics tested. another strain of l. adecarboxylata was cultured from blood, together with escherichia hermannii and e. faecalis, from a patient with sepsis.200111283116
isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from an infant with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 200111340546
[bacterial peritonitis due to leclercia adecarboxylata in a patient undergoing peritoneal dialysis]. 200111446916
[septic arthritis due to leclercia adecarboxylata of probable iatrogenic origin]. 200312586025
isolation from blood culture of a leclercia adecarboxylata strain producing an shv-12 extended-spectrum beta-lactamase.we report on the first isolation of an extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing leclercia adecarboxylata strain from the bloodstream in a 58-year-old man with acute myeloid leukemia. the strain, resistant to ceftazidime, cefotaxime, and aztreonam, produces the shv-12 beta-lactamase, one of the most common variants found in italian nosocomial isolates of enterobacteriaceae.200312682173
[isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from wound exudate of a diabetic patient]. 200414967103
comparison of the low-frequency magnetic field effects on bacteria escherichia coli, leclercia adecarboxylata and staphylococcus aureus.this work studies biological effects of low-frequency electromagnetic fields. we have exposed three different bacterial strains-escherichia coli, leclercia adecarboxylata and staphylococcus aureus to the magnetic field (t<30 min, b(m)=10 mt, f=50 hz) in order to compare their viability (number of colony-forming units (cfu)). we have measured the dependence of cfu on time of exposure and on the value of the magnetic field induction b(m). viability decreases with longer exposure time and/or higher ...200415110299
degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by a newly discovered enteric bacterium, leclercia adecarboxylata.a bacterial strain, ps4040, capable of degrading polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for use as the sole carbon source was isolated from oily-sludge-contaminated soil. the 16s rrna gene showed 98.8% homology to that of leclercia adecarboxylata. comparative molecular typing with the clinical strain of l. adecarboxylata revealed that there were few comigrating and few distinct amplimers among them.200415128584
natural antimicrobial susceptibility patterns and biochemical profiles of leclercia adecarboxylata strains.leclercia adecarboxylata is an opportunistic human pathogen that phenotypically resembles escherichia coli. the natural susceptibilities of 101 leclercia strains to 70 antimicrobial agents were investigated. mics were determined with a microdilution procedure in cation-adjusted mueller-hinton broth (all strains) and isosensitest broth (some strains). natural susceptibility patterns were assessed using german (din) standards (when applicable). in addition, biochemical properties recommended for t ...200415301675
gamma proteobacteria can nodulate legumes of the genus hedysarum.the bacteria hosted in the root nodules of the three mediterranean wild legume species hedysarum carnosum, hedysarum spinosissimum subsp. capitatum, and hedysarum pallidum, growing in native stands in different habitats in algeria were isolated. bacteria were recovered on yeast-mannitol-agar or on minimal media from a total of 52 nodules. isolates were analyzed by amplified ribosomal dna restriction analysis (ardra) using the enzyme cfoi, and further sorted by rapd fingerprinting. a total of ten ...200415368852
[a clinical isolate of leclercia adecarboxylata from a patient of pyelonephritis]. 200516296332
multiarray sensors with pattern recognition for the detection, classification, and differentiation of bacteria at subspecies and strain levels.this work describes the integration of a fully autonomous electrochemical biosensor with pattern recognition techniques for the detection and classification of bacteria at subspecies and strain level. the system provides a continuous, real-time monitoring of bacteria activity upon exposure to antibiotics. the system utilizes 96-well-type electrodes array (dox-dissolved oxygen sensor) with principal component analysis (pca) for rapid and routine classification of different classes of bacteria and ...200516351141
detection and identification of bacteria using antibiotic susceptibility and a multi-array electrochemical sensor with pattern recognition.this work proposes the use of amperometric signals generated by a 96-well multi-array dissolved oxygen multi-electrode sensor (dox) coupled with principal component analysis for continuous monitoring, identification and differentiation of bacteria. two types of differentiation mechanisms were tested: (1) direct monitoring of respiratory activity via oxygen consumption and (2) quantification of the effect of three broad-spectrum antibiotics on bacteria growth and respiration over time. five speci ...200717169547
isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from the blood culture of an asymptomatic platelet donor.bacterial contamination of platelet (plt) components is a leading cause of transfusion-related fatality. aabb and the college of american pathologists require that blood centers and transfusion services have a process for detecting bacterial contamination in plt products.200717880606
isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from blood and burn wound after a hydrofluoric acid chemical injury. 200918457924
leclercia adecarboxylata in an immunocompetent patient.leclercia adecarboxylata is a rarely reported human pathogen, most commonly affecting immunocompromised individuals. in reported cases of immunocompetent patients infected with this organism, it is seen exclusively in the context of polymicrobial infections. we report here the case of an abscess in an immunocompetent patient that grew out l. adecarboxylata as a pure culture. the limited literature available on this organism is reviewed, and the potential implication of this finding is discussed.200818566150
leclercia adecarboxylata cholecystitis in a patient with metabolic syndrome. 200818570585
fatal spontaneous bacterial peritonitis by leclercia adecarboxylata in a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma. 200818705825
post-traumatic infection of the lower limb caused by rare enterobacteriaceae and mucorales in a young healthy male.enterobacter amnigenus and leclercia adecarboxylata are gram-negative aerobic bacilli of the family enterobacteriaceae that have been isolated from water and, rarely, from various clinical specimens. absidia is a filamentous fungus of the class zygomycetes that is ubiquitous in nature and can cause infection, primarily in immunocompromised hosts. here, we describe an infection of the left lower limb caused by e. amnigenus and l. adecarboxylata with subsequent isolation of absidia spp. in a patie ...200918945631
[epididymo-orchitis and bacteremia caused by leclercia adecarboxylata]. 200818951742
a case of leclercia adecarboxylata endocarditis in a woman with endometrial cancer.leclercia adecarboxylata, a motile, gram-negative bacillus of the enterobacteriaceae family, is rarely recovered as a pathogen. we report an exceptionally rare case of l. adecarboxylata endocarditis complicated by embolization of the kidney and spleen in a 48-year-old woman with endometrial cancer. after 4 weeks of antimicrobial treatment, she recovered without sequelae.200919214035
successful management of tunneled hemodialysis catheter-related bacteremia by leclercia adecarboxylata without catheter removal: report of two cases. 200919369102
[infection of reservoir-central venous catheter by leclercia adecarboxylata in a patient with ewing sarcoma]. 201019481227
antibiotic susceptibility profiles of uncommon bacterial species causing severe infections in italy.this study presents the results of the italian "severe infections project" involving bacteria that can be considered rare causes of disease. we isolated 30 uncommon human pathogens from a total of 60 strains (1.2% of all the isolates). the most frequent sources of uncommon human pathogens were primary bloodstream infections (48.3%) and pneumonia (20%). species such as comamonas testosteroni, enterococcus hirae, kluyvera ascorbata, kluyvera cryocrescens, leclercia adecarboxylata and ochrobactrum ...200919567344
degradation of pyrene by an enteric bacterium, leclercia adecarboxylata ps4040.a newly discovered enteric bacterium leclercia adecarboxylata ps4040, isolated from oily sludge contaminated soil sample was reported for degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (appl environ microbiol 70:3163-3166, 2004a). this strain could degrade 61.5% of pyrene within 20 days when used as sole source of carbon and energy. the time course degradation experiment detected several intermediate products and the metabolites were identified by gas chromatography mass spectrometry analysis. ...201019590967
bacteria colonizing root nodules of wild legumes exhibit virulence-associated properties of mammalian pathogens.bacteria not proficient in nitrogen fixing symbiosis were proven able to invade root nodules of three wild legumes of the genus hedysarum in algeria and to be multiplying in these in place of the natural rhizobium symbionts. the involved species featured taxa known as human pathogens including: enterobacter cloacae, enterobacter kobei, escherichia vulneris, pantoea agglomerans and leclercia adecarboxylata. a direct screening of the phenotypic determinants of virulence using human cultured cells ...201019916054
recovery and screening for antibiotic susceptibility of potential bacterial pathogens from the oral cavity of shark species involved in attacks on humans in recife, brazil.the number of incidents involving sharks and humans at beaches in recife, on the north-eastern brazilian coast, is among the highest worldwide. in addition, wound infections in survivors are common; but the nature and risk of the aetiological agents is unknown. in the present study, 81 potential bacterial pathogens were identified in the oral cavity of sharks involved in attacks in recife, and were subjected to antibiotic susceptibility tests using the standardized disc-diffusion method. the maj ...201020413619
occurrence of gram-negative bacteria in hens' eggs depending on their source and storage conditions.the aim of this study was to analyse the qualitative composition of gram-negative microbes, mainly of the family enterobacteriaceae, including pathogenic bacteria such as salmonella, in the albumens and yolks and on the shells of hens' eggs, depending on their source and on the temperature and duration of their storage. a total of 375 table eggs were studied, from a large-scale poultry farm, a small-scale poultry farm and a supermarket. each group was divided into 5 subgroups according to the te ...201021033566
leclercia adecarboxylata cellulitis in a child with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.leclercia adecarboxylata is a rare, gram-negative rod that has been infrequently reported in the literature. the organism has been documented to cause solitary infections in immunocompromised hosts and polymicrobial wound infections in the immunocompetent. we present a case of an 8-year-old boy with significant past medical history of acute lymphoblastic leukemia who developed cellulitis due to local infection by l. adecarboxylata. this case is presented to raise awareness of this rare organism' ...201121385207
leclercia adecarboxylata, an unusual hemodialysis catheter-related infection. 201121626134
late onset leclercia adecarboxylata bacteremia in a premature infant in the nicu.late onset sepsis is a unique entity in the neonatal intensive care unit (nicu), as organisms involved are, by definition, nosocomial. as such, a limited number of microbes are characteristically involved. leclercia adecarboxylata is a gram negative bacillus rarely cultured in a clinical context, with the few published cases primarily involving immunocompromised adults. we present an ex-26 week newborn girl who developed late-onset sepsis with leclercia adecarboxylata bacteremia, in the nicu. th ...201121793901
dissemination of the rmtb gene carried on incf and incn plasmids among enterobacteriaceae in a pig farm and its investigate the prevalence and characterization of 16s rrna methylase-producing bacteria in a pig farm and its environment in east china.201121852287
analysis of the bacterial diversity existing on animal hide and wool: development of a preliminary pcr-restriction fragment length polymorphism fingerprint database for identifying isolates.twenty-one bacterial strains were isolated from imported cattle hide and rabbit wool using two types of media, nutrient broth, and nutrient broth with serum. the bacteria identified were brevibacillus laterosporus, leclercia adecarboxylata, peptococcus niger, bacillus circulans, raoultella ornithinolytica, bacillus subtilis, bacillus cereus, bacillus thermobacillus, bacillus choshinensis, bacillus sphaericus, acinetobacter haemolyticus, sphingomonas paucimobilis, bacillus thuringiensis, staphylo ...201223451394
isolation from a nonclinical sample of leclercia adecarboxylata producing a vim-1 metallo-β-lactamase. 201323529733
production of plasmid-encoding ndm-1 in clinical raoultella ornithinolytica and leclercia adecarboxylata from china.raoultella ornithinolytica ynkp001 and leclercia adecarboxylata p10164, which harbor conjugative plasmids pynkp001-ndm and pp10164-ndm, respectively, were isolated from two different chinese patients, and their complete nucleotide sequences were determined. production of ndm-1 enzyme by these plasmids accounts for the carbapenem resistance of these two strains. this is the first report of bla ndm in l. adecarboxylata and third report of this gene in r. ornithinolytica. pynkp001-ndm is very simil ...201526052314
genetic characterization of two fully sequenced multi-drug resistant plasmids pp10164-2 and pp10164-3 from leclercia adecarboxylata.we previously reported the complete sequence of the resistance plasmid pp10164-ndm, harboring blandm (conferring carbapenem resistance) and blembl (conferring bleomycin resistance), which is recovered from a clinical leclercia adecarboxylata isolate p10164 from china. this follow-up work disclosed that there were still two multidrug-resistant (mdr) plasmids pp10164-2 and pp10164-3 coexisting in this strain. pp10164-2 and pp10164-3 were completely sequenced and shown to carry a wealth of resistan ...201627658354
isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from a wound infection after exposure to hurricane-related floodwater.a man in his early 80s presented to our emergency department with painless redness and swelling in his right leg. one week prior, he cleaned up floodwater in his basement after hurricane irene passed the mid-atlantic region of the usa in august 2011. physical examination included large purple bullae and raised concern for necrotising fasciitis. wound culture revealed a polymicrobial infection including leclercia adecarboxylata.201223109419
is leclercia adecarboxylata a new and unfamiliar marine pathogen?leclercia adecarboxylata infection is rarely reported in the context of human infections. in the scant cases reported in the literature, it usually involves individuals who are immunocompromised with infections of a polymicrobial nature. recently, data have begun to accumulate suggesting that l. adecarboxylata is a pathogen associated with water environments. we review the literature regarding l. adecarboxylata infections and present a case of cellulitis and soft-tissue infection in the foot of ...201424523466
leclercia adecarboxylata isolation: case reports and review.leclercia adecarboxylata is usually isolated as a part of polymicrobial cultures in immunocompetent patients, and as a pure culture in immunocompromised persons. although generally sensitive to most antibiotics, there are reports of resistant strains. two case reports of l. adecarboxylata isolation in the lab in pure culture in immunocompetent persons are presented here, l. adecarboxylata being isolated from a vaginal swab in the first case and from a gluteal abscess in the second case. both the ...201425653951
identification of bacteria in blood cultures from clinically ill captive antillean manatees (trichechus manatus manatus).between september 2001 and march 2013, 62 bacterial cultures (37 aerobic and 25 anaerobic) were performed on 37 blood samples from 23 antillean manatees ( trichechus manatus manatus) that were kept in captivity at the brazilian national center for research and conservation of aquatic mammals (cma) in pernambuco (cma-pe) and alagoas (cma-al), brazil. all of the animals sampled exhibited clinical signs at the time of sampling including abscesses (n = 8), debilitation and anorexia (n = 22), and pro ...201728363079
microorganisms and heavy metals associated with atmospheric deposition in a congested urban environment of a developing country: sri lanka.the presence of bacteria and heavy metals in atmospheric deposition were investigated in kandy, sri lanka, which is a typical city in the developing world with significant traffic congestion. atmospheric deposition samples were analyzed for al, cr, mn, fe, ni, cu, zn, cd and pb which are heavy metals common to urban environments. al and fe were found in high concentrations due to the presence of natural sources, but may also be re-suspended by vehicular traffic. relatively high concentrations of ...201728185730
enterobacterial colonization in captive red-eared sliders (trachemys scripta elegans).the handling of turtles and other reptiles can be associated with risk of pathogenic enterobacteria transmission, mainly salmonella spp. the aim of this study was to identify the enterobacteria in cloacal swabs of 39 red-eared sliders (trachemys scripta elegans). cloacal swabs from 39 captive individuals were analyzed. after sample enrichment in brain-heart infusion broth and 1% peptone water, bacterial isolation was performed through cultivation in blood, macconkey and xylose lysine desoxychola ...201425632683
etude taxonomique de souches appartenant ou apparentées au genre erwinia, groupe herbicola, et à l'espece enterobacter agglomerans.the classification of 169 strains related to the species enterobacter agglomerans or erwinia berbicola has been carried out by numerical procedure. the taxonomic position of the strains is discussed in relation to the species enterobacter sakazakii, rahnella aquatilis, escherichia adecarboxylata. five principal groups can be defined. the ent. agglomerans or e. herbicola species can be divided into 15 subgroups. some of the ent. agglomerans strains are phenotypically related to the ent. sakazakii ...198323194595
enterobacter xiangfangensis sp. nov., isolated from chinese traditional sourdough, and reclassification of enterobacter sacchari zhu et al. 2013 as kosakonia sacchari comb. nov.a gram-stain-negative bacterial strain, 10-17(t), was isolated from traditional sourdough in heilongjiang province, china. the bacterium was characterized by a polyphasic approach, including 16s rrna gene sequence analysis, rna polymerase β subunit (rpob) gene sequence analysis, dna gyrase (gyrb) gene sequence analysis, initiation translation factor 2 (infb) gene sequence analysis, atp synthase β subunit (atpd) gene sequence analysis, fatty acid methyl ester analysis, determination of dna g+c co ...201424824638
very high prevalence of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing enterobacteriaceae in bacteriemic patients hospitalized in teaching hospitals in bamako, mali.the worldwide dissemination of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing enterobacteriaceae, (esbl-e) and their subset producing carbapenemases (cpe), is alarming. limited data on the prevalence of such strains in infections from patients from sub-saharan africa are currently available. we determined, here, the prevalence of esbl-e/cpe in bacteriemic patients in two teaching hospitals from bamako (mali), which are at the top of the health care pyramid in the country. during one year, all entero ...201728245252
leclercia adecarboxylata bacteremia in a trauma patient: case report and review of the literature.leclercia adecarboxylata is a rarely described gram-negative pathogen. since the advent of rapid molecular typing techniques, l. adecarboxylata has been described in 23 case reports, often associated with polymicrobial infections or in immunosuppressed hosts.201222217232
complete nucleotide sequences of two vim-1-encoding plasmids from klebsiella pneumoniae and leclercia adecarboxylata isolates of czech origin.two mdr plasmids, carrying the vim-1-encoding integron in110, were characterized. plasmid plec-476cz (311758-bp), from a leclercia adecarboxylata, consisted of an inchi1 backbone, a mdr region, and two accessory elements. plasmid pkpn-431cz (142876-bp), from a st323 klebsiella pneumoniae, comprised incfiiy-derived and pkpn3-like sequences, and a mosaic region. a 40400-bp sequence of pkpn-431cz was identical to the mdr region of plec-476cz, indicating the en bloc acquisition of the vim-1-encoding ...201728264839
polymicrobial peritonitis with leclercia adecarboxylata in a peritoneal dialysis patient. 201728098124
mycotic aneurysm due to leclercia adecarboxylata: a complication of vertebral osteomyelitis.leclercia adecarboxylata is a gram-negative bacterium and member of enterobacteriaceae family. it has most frequently been isolated from lower wounds as a part of mixed flora. mycotic aneurysms were first described by osler and were mostly associated with infective endocarditis. we present the case of a male who presented with limb vein thrombosis, fatigue, and a history of back pain. the computed tomography scan revealed a saccular aneurysm and combined vertebral osteomyelitis of the third lumb ...201626845485
leclercia adecarboxylata musculoskeletal infection in an immune competent pediatric patient: an emerging pathogen?case. an immune competent pediatric patient presented with a persistent lower extremity infection with leclercia adecarboxylata after a penetrating injury. this case report details the presentation, clinical course, and treatment. conclusion. leclercia adecarboxylata has increasing reports in immunosuppressed and adult patients with musculoskeletal infection. this case now indicates that leclercia adecarboxylata is a potential pathogen in immune competent children in musculoskeletal tissue.201526609458
infective aortic aneurysm caused by leclercia adecarboxylata. 201526515226
isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from a patient with a subungual splinter.leclercia adecarboxylata is a rarely described motile, aerobic, gram-negative bacillus reported to cause clinically significant solitary infections in immunocompromised patients and polymicrobial wound infections in immunocompetent patients [1-5]. we present a case of a polymicrobial infection including l. adecarboxylata in a healthy female patient with a subungual splinter, to increase awareness and aid in the diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous l. adecarboxylata infections. to our knowledge, ...201526437172
leclercia adecarboxylata infection in an immunocompetent child.leclercia adecarboxylata is a motile gram negative rod that is not often pathogenic in immunocompetent patients. we will present the first case report of a l. adecarboxylata in a pediatric patient with no systemic medical disease and present a detailed literature review.201526324975
hospital-acquired pneumonia due to leclercia adecarboxylata in a neurosurgical centre.leclercia adecarboxylata, a gram-negative bacillus of the enterobacteriaceae family, is an uncommonly identified human pathogen. the organism has been reported worldwide and isolated from various environmental sources. most human infections are polymicrobial and commonly occur in immunocompromised hosts, although nosocomial infections in immunocompetent hosts have been documented. we describe three case reports of l. adecarboxylata isolation from cases of hospital acquired pneumonia admitted to ...201725766348
leclercia adecarboxylata bacteremia in a patient with ulcerative colitis.patients with inflammatory bowel disease (ibd) are a high risk population for bacteremia. derangement in the mucosal architecture of the gastrointestinal (gi) tract and frequent endoscopic interventions in immunocompromised individuals are considered primary causes. isolation of opportunistic microorganisms from the bloodstream of ibd patients has been increasingly reported in recent years. leclercia adecarboxylata is a ubiquitous, aerobic, motile, gram-negative bacillus. the human gi tract is k ...201425405041
arthritis and bacteremia due to leclercia adecarboxylata. 201425400198
leclercia adecarboxylata bacteraemia in an immunocompromised patient with metabolic syndrome.leclercia adecarboxylata is being increasingly diagnosed as a causative agent of infection due to the availability of rapid molecular diagnostic techniques few cases of bacteraemia in subjects with underlying medical conditions have been reported. we report a case of l. adecarboxylata bacteraemia in an immunocompromised patient with metabolic syndrome.201424955804
first report of a clinical isolate of leclercia adecarboxylata harbouring multiple resistance genes in uruguay and review of the we report the detection of a leclercia adecarboxylata strain, isolated from a case of osteomyelitis, harbouring multiple antibiotic resistance genes encoded on a 450-kb inchi1/hi2 conjugative plasmid (pla12). the plasmid carried a complex class 1 integron with the genetic array inti1-aac(6')-ib-cr-blaoxa-1-catb3-arr3-qaceδ1-sul1-iscr1; in addition, a bladha-1-like allele linked to ampr-qaceδ1-sul1 as well as blashv-12, blatem-1 and qnrb4-like genes were found. to the best of our knowledge, ...201427873594
leclercia adecarboxylata sepsis and cerebral herniation.leclercia adecarboxylata, a gram-negative bacillus of the enterobacteriaceae family, is rarely identified as a pathogen in humans. we describe a fatal case of l adecarboxylata sepsis in a child. this is the first reported pediatric death associated with infection due to l adecarboxylata.201426624912
cycler cassette rupture with leclercia adecarboxylata peritoneal dialysis peritonitis. 201524525603
leclercia adecarboxylata bacteremia in a patient with long-term use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.leclercia adecarboxylata, a ubiquitous gram-negative bacillus, is generally viewed as an opportunistic pathogen because it is rarely cultured from clinical samples. although rare, bacteremia due to l. adecarboxylata tends to occur in immunocompromised hosts and patients with systemic comorbidities. only one case of bacteremia due to l. adecarboxylata has been reported in a previously healthy patient. we describe a male patient with an active peptic ulcer who developed l. adecarboxylata bacteremi ...201624183991
late-onset leclercia adecarboxylata sepsis in a premature neonate.the epidemiology, etiology and outcome of neonatal sepsis are changing over time. while monitoring longitudinal trends in neonatal sepsis in our institution, we encountered a case of late-onset neonatal sepsis due to leclercia adecarboxylata. a gram-negative rod previously not encountered in the clinical setting, l. adecarboxylata has recently emerged as a human pathogen, primarily in immunosuppressed patients. this report describes the clinical and laboratory features of this case of late-onset ...201323986093
leclercia adecarboxylata and catheter-related bacteraemia: review of the literature and outcome with regard to catheters and patients.infection is a common complication in patients carrying a central venous catheter (cvc) and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. leclercia adecarboxylata is an unusual but emerging pathogen in healthy and immunocompromised patients. we report a case of l. adecarboxylata bacteraemia in a patient with a haemodialysis tunnelled cvc. in accordance with the susceptibility to the tested antimicrobials, a long-course treatment with intravenous gentamicin plus amoxicillin-clavulanic aci ...201323882033
isolation of leclercia adecarboxylata from an infected war wound in an immune competent patient.we describe the case of a wounded soldier with a gluteus infection from which leclercia adecarboxylata was cultured. to our knowledge, this is only the second report of this unusual pathogen being isolated from an abscess and the first report of l. adecarboxylata as the etiology of a war wound infection.201323707132
pneumonia due to multidrug-resistant leclercia adecarboxylata. 201323686599
pharyngeal and peritonsillar abscess due to leclercia adecarboxylata in an immunocompetant patient.leclercia adecarboxylata was isolated in pure culture from a peritonsillar and lateral pharyngeal abscess in an immunocompetent host. to our knowledge, this is the first case of infection caused by this microorganism being found in an odontogenic area of the head and neck.201323324820
[isolation and characterization of leclercia adecarboxylata strains from feces of disease of diarrhea patients]. 201222993786
catheter-related bacteremia caused by multidrug-resistant leclercia adecarboxylata in a patient with breast cancer.we report a multidrug-resistant strain of leclercia adecarboxylata responsible for catheter-related bacteremia in a 47-year-old female with breast cancer. the isolated strain was resistant to several β-lactams, aminoglycosides, and folate pathway inhibitors and harbored bla(tem-1) and bla(ctx-m) group 1 and intl1 genes (dfra12-orff-aada2) as genetic determinants for resistance. based on a review of the l. adecarboxylata literature, there have been only 4 reports of antibiotic-resistant strains. ...201222760051
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