30 years of study of Kingella kingae: post tenebras, lux.

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Kingella kingae is a Gram-negative bacterium that is today recognized as the major cause of joint and bone infections in young children. This microorganism is a member of the normal flora of the oropharynx, and the carriage rate among children under 4 years of age is approximately 10%. K. kingae is transmitted from child to child through close personal… (More)
DOI: 10.2217/fmb.12.144

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@article{Ceroni201330YO, title={30 years of study of Kingella kingae: post tenebras, lux.}, author={Dimitri Ceroni and Victor Dubois-Ferri{\`e}re and Abdessalam Cherkaoui and L{\'e}opold Lamah and Gesu{\`e}le Renzi and Pierre Lascombes and Belaieff Wilson and Jacques Schrenzel}, journal={Future microbiology}, year={2013}, volume={8 2}, pages={233-45} }