Phylo-typing of clinical Escherichia coli isolates originating from bovine mastitis and canine pyometra and urinary tract infection by means of quadruplex PCR
作者: Hamit Kaan MüştakElçin Günaydinİnci Başak KayaMerve Özdal SalarOrkun BabacanKaan ÖnatZafer AtaKadir Serdar Diker
作者单位: 1Department of Microbiology , Ankara University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine , Dışkapı , Ankara , Turkey
2Breeding Disease Diagnosis Laboratory , Veterinary Control Central Research Institute , Etlik , Ankara , Turkey
3Manyas Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Republic of Turkey Ministry of Food , Agriculture and Livestock , Manyas , Bandırma , Turkey
4Military Veterinary School and Educational Central Commandership , Gemlik , Bursa , Turkey
刊名: Veterinary Quarterly, 2015, Vol.35 (4), pp.194-199
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/01652176.2015.1068963
关键词: Escherichia coliphylo-groupquadruplex PCRbovine mastitiscanine pyometracanine urinary tract infection
原始语种摘要: Background:(#br) Escherichia coli is one of the major causative agents of bovine mastitis worldwide, and is typically associated with acute, clinical mastitis. Besides this, E. coli strains which belong to the extra-intestinal pathogenic group are also the major cause of urinary tract infections and pyometra in dogs.(#br)Objectives:(#br) In this study, it was aimed to investigate phylo-groups/subgroups in 155 E. coli isolates obtained from acute bovine mastitis, 43 from urinary tract infections of dogs and 20 from canine pyometra by a formerly described triplex PCR and recently described new quadruplex polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method.(#br)Results:(#br) Group A1 ( n = 118; 76%) and B1 ( n = 71; 46%) were found to be the most prevalent groups by triplex and quadruplex PCR...
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