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First isolation of Yersinia entomophaga in human urinary tract

Abstract : Yersinia entomophaga is an insect pathogen first isolated from larvae of Coleoptera in New Zealand in 2011. We report here the first isolation of Y. entomophaga from human urine. Using whole-genome sequencing, we confirmed the presence of specific chromosomal virulence genes and identified a plasmid harbouring a quinolone resistance gene.
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A.-S. Le Guern, Cyril Savin, S. Bremont, G. Payro, D. Bon, et al.. First isolation of Yersinia entomophaga in human urinary tract. New Microbes and New Infections, Wiley Online Library 2018, 26, pp.3-7. ⟨10.1016/j.nmni.2018.08.002⟩. ⟨pasteur-02545824⟩



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