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WGS analysis of colonising and infecting EBSL Klebsiella pneumoniae paired samples to set the SNV cut-off value for determining bacterial clonality

BEZDÍČEK, M. NYKRÝNOVÁ, M. KOCMANOVÁ, I. LENGEROVÁ, M.

Originální název

WGS analysis of colonising and infecting EBSL Klebsiella pneumoniae paired samples to set the SNV cut-off value for determining bacterial clonality

Anglický název

WGS analysis of colonising and infecting EBSL Klebsiella pneumoniae paired samples to set the SNV cut-off value for determining bacterial clonality

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en

Originální abstrakt

ESBL Klebsiella pneumoniae is a gram-negative opportunistic pathogen and leading cause of hospital-associated infections in haematology patients. Commonly, K. pneumoniae colonize human mucosal surfaces and is part of the healthy human gastrointestinal microbiome. In our study, we used the general assumption that thecolonization strain is thecause of thesubsequent infection in most cases to set theSNV cutoff valuefor determining clonality in ESBL K. pneumoniae.

Anglický abstrakt

ESBL Klebsiella pneumoniae is a gram-negative opportunistic pathogen and leading cause of hospital-associated infections in haematology patients. Commonly, K. pneumoniae colonize human mucosal surfaces and is part of the healthy human gastrointestinal microbiome. In our study, we used the general assumption that thecolonization strain is thecause of thesubsequent infection in most cases to set theSNV cutoff valuefor determining clonality in ESBL K. pneumoniae.

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@misc{BUT157326,
  author="Matěj {Bezdíček} and Markéta {Nykrýnová} and Martina {Lengerová}",
  title="WGS analysis of colonising and infecting EBSL Klebsiella pneumoniae paired samples to set the SNV cut-off value for determining bacterial clonality",
  annote="ESBL Klebsiella pneumoniae is a gram-negative opportunistic pathogen and leading cause of
hospital-associated infections in haematology patients. Commonly, K. pneumoniae colonize human mucosal
surfaces and is part of the healthy human gastrointestinal microbiome. In our study, we used the general
assumption that thecolonization strain is thecause of thesubsequent infection in most cases to set theSNV cutoff valuefor determining clonality in ESBL K. pneumoniae.",
  booktitle="ECCMID 2019",
  chapter="157326",
  year="2019",
  month="april",
  type="abstract"
}