2020
DOI: 10.1590/s1678-9946202062051 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…Interestingly, ST7 allele 99 was not only found in turkey, it was also been reported in other domestic animals namely, dogs (n=3) (Mohammadpour et al, 2020) and chicken (n=1) from Iran Rahimi et al (2021). Notably, humans were also found to be infected with ST7 allele 99 as reported in a patient with Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) from Singapore (Deng et al, 2021) and one isolate from patient with diabetes mellitus in Brazil (Melo et al, 2020). Meanwhile, the only available data present to date for ST7 alleles 110 was by Lhotská et al (2020) reported the occurrence of this subtype in the gut-healthy humans from Czech Republic and Deng et al (2021) reported in one of the patients with CDI from Singapore.…”
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“…Using these criteria, when we analyze the distribution of subtypes, our most striking finding was that subtype 2 was predominant in symptomatic individuals and that, in addition, subtype 2 had different behavior in in vitro culture. Our methodology to assess the behavior of in vitro culture is different from that used by other authors, who used antibiotics after culturing from patient's stools [12]. Our methodology included a first isolation step of in vitro culture for 2 weeks and then we normalized the initial inoculum using the same initial number of cells to study the behavior of each isolate.…”
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