Siderophore production: A unique quality of pathogenic Klebsiella pneumonia to survive in low iron concentration

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Klebsiella pneumonia is the second most causing agent of urinary tract bacterial infection among human beings. Its ability to grow and to produce siderophores is dependent on the iron content and the type of carbon sources in the culture medium. This study has aimed to find out the unique properties of siderophore production by Klebsiella species in… (More)

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