Invasive pediatric Kingella kingae Infections: a nationwide collaborative study.  - PubMed - NCBIInvasive pediatric Kingella kingae Infections: a nationwide collaborative study. - PubMed - NCBI

Invasive pediatric Kingella kingae Infections: a nationwide collaborative study.. Dubnov-Raz G1, Ephros M, Garty BZ, ... Kingella kingae is a gram-negative coccobacillus, increasingly recognized as an invasive pediatric pathogen. To date, only few ... K. kingae infections usually occur in otherwise healthy children aged 6 to 36 months, mainly causing skeletal system infections ... kingae was isolated from a normally sterile site, dating from as far back as possible until December 31, 2007. Medical records ...
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Outbreak of Osteomyelitis/Septic Arthritis Caused by Kingella kingae Among Child Care Center Attendees | ELECTRONIC ARTICLES |...Outbreak of Osteomyelitis/Septic Arthritis Caused by Kingella kingae Among Child Care Center Attendees | ELECTRONIC ARTICLES |...

4Kingella kingae is becoming increasingly recognized as another important cause.5-16K kingae is a fastidious Gram-negative ... Kingella kingae infection in children: ten cases and a review of the literature. Pediatr Infect Dis J.1991;10 :677- 683. ... Importance of Kingella kingae as a pediatric pathogen in the United States. Pediatr Infect Dis J.2000;19 :263- 265. ... The K kingae isolates from the case patients and the colonized children had an indistinguishable PFGE pattern. The Kingella ...
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Expression of Kingella kingae Type IV Pili Is Regulated by σ54, PilS, and PilR | Journal of BacteriologyExpression of Kingella kingae Type IV Pili Is Regulated by σ54, PilS, and PilR | Journal of Bacteriology

Expression of Kingella kingae Type IV Pili Is Regulated by σ54, PilS, and PilR Thomas E. Kehl-Fie, Eric A. Porsch, Sara E. ... Kingella kingae is a member of the Neisseriaceae and is being recognized increasingly as an important cause of serious disease ... Expression of Kingella kingae Type IV Pili Is Regulated by σ54, PilS, and PilR ... Expression of Kingella kingae Type IV Pili Is Regulated by σ54, PilS, and PilR ...
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Issues | The Netherlands Journal of Critical Care (NJCC)Issues | The Netherlands Journal of Critical Care (NJCC)

Kingella kingae is responsible for 5% of HACEK infective endocarditis. We describe the intracerebral ischaemic and haemorrhagic ... complications of Kingella endocarditis. A review of 21 available adult cases shows that patients are relatively young and have ...
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Infectious Arthritis - Cancer Therapy AdvisorInfectious Arthritis - Cancer Therapy Advisor

In children three months to three years of age, Kingella kingae, a normal inhabitant of the mouth, has replaced Haemophilus ... "Specific real-time polymerase chain reaction places Kingella kingae as the most common cause of osteoarticular infections in ... "Specific real-time polymerase chain reaction places Kingella kingae as the most common cause of osteoarticular infections in ... In particular, 16S rDNA PCR has been helpful in diagnosing cases of K. kingae joint infections in children which were missed by ...
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Septic arthritis | Infectious Arthritis | MedlinePlusSeptic arthritis | Infectious Arthritis | MedlinePlus

Article: Association between oropharyngeal carriage of Kingella kingae and osteoarticular infection... * Infectious Arthritis ... Article: Temporal Association Between Rhinovirus Activity and Kingella kingae Osteoarticular Infections. * Article: Clinical ...
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Osteomyelitis due to Kingella kingae infection.  - PubMed - NCBIOsteomyelitis due to Kingella kingae infection. - PubMed - NCBI

Osteomyelitis due to Kingella kingae infection.. Noftal F1, Mersal A, Yaschuk Y, Wedge J, Albritton W. ... A case of osteomyelitis due to Kingella kingae is presented to illustrate the insidious onset and indolent course typical of ...
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Kingella kingae - WikipediaKingella kingae - Wikipedia

"Kingella kingae". NCBI Taxonomy Browser. 504. Type strain of Kingella kingae at BacDive - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase ... K.Kingae can also cause infectious endocarditis, in children as wel as in adults. Yagupsky P (2004). "Kingella kingae: from ... K. kingae is oxidase-positive, catalase-negative, and beta-hemolytic. Kingella kingae is thought to begin infection by ... Kingella kingae is a species of Gram-negative aerobic coccobacilli. First isolated in 1960 by Elizabeth O. King, it was not ...
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Kingella kingae Causing Septic Arthritis of the Knee in an Immunocompetent AdultKingella kingae Causing Septic Arthritis of the Knee in an Immunocompetent Adult

... J. Ricketts,1 N. N. T. Rehmatullah,1 and P. ... Kingella kingae is a fastidious Gram-negative β-haemolytic coccobacillus isolated in the normal respiratory flora in as many as ... Kingella kingae is a slow-growing, fastidious Gram-negative member of the HACEK group of microorganisms [7-9], which form part ... The bacterium Kingella kingae is a species of Gram-negative coccobacillus usually found in the oropharynx. This is an emerging ...
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Phasevarion-Regulated Virulence in the Emerging Pediatric Pathogen Kingella kingae | Infection and ImmunityPhasevarion-Regulated Virulence in the Emerging Pediatric Pathogen Kingella kingae | Infection and Immunity

Phasevarion-Regulated Virulence in the Emerging Pediatric Pathogen Kingella kingae. Yogitha N. Srikhanta, Ka Yee Fung, Georgina ... Phasevarion-Regulated Virulence in the Emerging Pediatric Pathogen Kingella kingae. Yogitha N. Srikhanta, Ka Yee Fung, Georgina ... Phasevarion-Regulated Virulence in the Emerging Pediatric Pathogen Kingella kingae. Yogitha N. Srikhanta, Ka Yee Fung, Georgina ... Phasevarion-Regulated Virulence in the Emerging Pediatric Pathogen Kingella kingae Message Subject (Your Name) has forwarded a ...
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Kingella kingae infections in children | BMC Infectious Diseases | Open peer reviewKingella kingae infections in children | BMC Infectious Diseases | Open peer review

Kingella kingae is a significantly more important pathogen than previously thought. However, despite this, the pediatric ... kingae infections in children. K. kingae is a common coloniser of the oropharynx, can be transmitted from child to child, and ... Although K. kingae was identified more than 50 years ago, it is poorly known by pediatricians and is not systematically sought ... However, the mild symptoms and limited increase in the levels of acute phase reactants create problems because K. kingae ...
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New Real-Time PCR-Based Method for Kingella kingae DNA Detection: Application to Samples Collected from 89 Children with Acute...New Real-Time PCR-Based Method for Kingella kingae DNA Detection: Application to Samples Collected from 89 Children with Acute...

We found that a homologous cpn60 gene is probably shared by K. kingae, Kingella oralis, and Kingella denitrificans and by ... kingae isolation is indicated in Table 2. K. kingae was never isolated by peripheral blood culture. None of the seven K. kingae ... kingae strain ATCC 23331, EU864312; for K. kingae strain CIP 73.1, EU864313; for K. kingae strain CIP 102473; EU864314; for ... Kingella kingae: an emerging cause of invasive infections in young children. Clin. Infect. Dis. 24:860-866. ...
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Major Intercontinentally Distributed Sequence Types of Kingella kingae and Development of a Rapid Molecular Typing Tool |...Major Intercontinentally Distributed Sequence Types of Kingella kingae and Development of a Rapid Molecular Typing Tool |...

Although Kingella kingae is the most common etiology of osteoarticular infections in young children, is a frequent cause of ... Major Intercontinentally Distributed Sequence Types of Kingella kingae and Development of a Rapid Molecular Typing Tool. Romain ... Major Intercontinentally Distributed Sequence Types of Kingella kingae and Development of a Rapid Molecular Typing Tool ... Major Intercontinentally Distributed Sequence Types of Kingella kingae and Development of a Rapid Molecular Typing Tool ...
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Kingella kingae, Molecular Detection, PCR, Blood -
Mary Washington Healthcare - Department of Pathology and Laboratory MedicineKingella kingae, Molecular Detection, PCR, Blood - Mary Washington Healthcare - Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Test Code KKBRP Kingella kingae, Molecular Detection, PCR, Blood Useful For. Aids in diagnosing Kingella kingae infection ... by PCR requires the specimen to be processed in an environment in which contamination of the specimen by Kingella kingae DNA is ...
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March 2015 - Volume 34 - Issue 3 : The Pediatric Infectious Disease JournalMarch 2015 - Volume 34 - Issue 3 : The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal

Kingella Kingae DNA in Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis of Bone. El Houmami, Nawal; Dubourg, Grégory; Minodier, Philippe; More ... An Outbreak of Kingella kingae Infections Associated with Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease/Herpangina Virus Outbreak in Marseille, ...
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Gram (-) Rods Flashcards by Alisa  Anderson | BrainscapeGram (-) Rods Flashcards by Alisa Anderson | Brainscape

Kingella kingae. 45 Anaerobic, normal colon flora, VFs include a modified LPS with reduced activity and an antiphagocytic ...
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January 2014 - Volume 33 - Issue 1 : The Pediatric Infectious Disease JournalJanuary 2014 - Volume 33 - Issue 1 : The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal

Unusually Severe Cases of Kingella kingae Osteoarticular Infections in Children. Mallet, Cindy; Ceroni, Dimitri; Litzelmann, ...
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List of infectious diseases - WikipediaList of infectious diseases - Wikipedia

Kingella kingae infection Kingella kingae Kuru PRNP Lassa fever Lassa virus Legionellosis (Legionnaires disease) Legionella ...
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Table of Contents - January 01, 2006, 117 (1) | American Academy of PediatricsTable of Contents - January 01, 2006, 117 (1) | American Academy of Pediatrics

Kingella kingae: An Emerging Pathogen of Acute Osteoarticular Infections in Children: In Reply Karen M. Kiang, Ruth Lynfield ... Kingella kingae: An Emerging Pathogen of Acute Osteoarticular Infections in Children Phisit Saphyakhajon, Gerald Greene ...
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