Kawakami Yoshiyuki

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Kingella species including K. kingae are non-motile coccobacilli or short straight rods, and their normal habitats appear to be the upper respiratory and oropharyngeal tracts of humans. In recent years, K. kingae strains have been increasingly recognized as common causes of invasive infections in children at the age of less than 4 years. In Japan, however,(More)
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