S. Rao Vasireddy

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Open Access Publications 2016 Mycobacterium arupense, Mycobacterium heraklionense, and a newly proposed species, " Mycobacterium virginiense " sp. nov., but not Mycobacterium nonchromogenicum, as species of the Mycobacterium terrae complex causing tenosynovitis and osteomyelitisMycobacterium arupense, Mycobacterium heraklionense, and a newly proposed(More)
belonging to SIT 52 that caused tubercu-lous meningitis was reported in a human in Thailand (10), but that case was not related to the case reported here. Our finding of a relatively novel spoligotype of M. tuberculosis in an animal destined for the pet trade underscores the need for intensive testing of and extended quarantine for all imported nonhuman(More)
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