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The group of organisms commonly referred to as genital mycoplasmas comprise species most often found in genitourinary tract of sexually active adults as common commensal inhabitants, or pathogens(More)
Gram negative Klebsiella bacilli present many pathogenic properties, which determine their ability to survive and rapid spreading in hospital environment. There are many factors responsible for the(More)
P1346 Citation: Clinical Microbiology and Infection Volume 8, Supplement 1, 2002 Comparison of detectability of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections in children, using PCR-test and serological methods:(More)
Unfortunately, the authors' first and family name has been interchanged for all the authors in the published article. The correct names are given below.