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“…), 21 while other species, such as toxigenic C. diphtheriae, are classified as serious and potentially life-threatening pathogens. 22,23 The species C. tuberculostearicum (C. t.), characterized by C. Feurer et al in 2004 24 is a major component of the bacterial species that colonize a variety of skin environments, including dry, moist, and sebaceous regions. 25 Several studies have associated C. t. with disease states, including inflammatory breast disease, pancreatic panniculitis, chronic rhinosinusitis, and surgical site infections.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…), 21 while other species, such as toxigenic C. diphtheriae, are classified as serious and potentially life-threatening pathogens. 22,23 The species C. tuberculostearicum (C. t.), characterized by C. Feurer et al in 2004 24 is a major component of the bacterial species that colonize a variety of skin environments, including dry, moist, and sebaceous regions. 25 Several studies have associated C. t. with disease states, including inflammatory breast disease, pancreatic panniculitis, chronic rhinosinusitis, and surgical site infections.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…; Torres et al . ). The real‐time PCR assay is based on tox and rpoB genes, whereas the multiplex PCR assay is based on rpoB , 16S rRNA, pld , dtxR and tox .…”
Section: Pcr‐based Identificationmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…A species‐specific multiplex PCR assay was developed by Torres et al . () which included the detection of multiple gene targets (A and B fragments of Diphtheria Toxin , dtXR , rpoB , 16S rRNA and pld ) for the identification of potentially toxigenic C. diphtheriae , C. ulcerans and C. pseudotuberculosis from the human and animal sources. The major limitations of the conventional PCR assays are the requirement of Pre (DNA purification) and post PCR processing steps (Gel electrophoresis), delay in the turnaround time and lack of high throughput possibility.…”
Section: Molecular Identification Of Diphtheriamentioning
confidence: 99%