Urinary tract infection caused by a small colony variant form of capnophilic <i>Escherichia coli</i> leading to misidentification and non-reactions in antimicrobial susceptibility tests.

Urinary tract infection caused by a small colony variant form of capnophilic Escherichia coli leading to misidentification and non-reactions in antimicrobial susceptibility tests.

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Authors: Park YJ, Le Phuong N, Pinto NA, Kwon MJ, D'Souza R, Byun JH, Sung H, Yong D
Title: Urinary tract infection caused by a small colony variant form of capnophilic Escherichia coli leading to misidentification and non-reactions in antimicrobial susceptibility tests.
Citation: Antimicrobial resistance and infection control. 2018-11-20; 7.: 139.
Abstract:
Small colony and capnophilic variant cases have been separately reported, but there has been no reports of their simultaneous presence in one isolate. We report a case of with coexpressed small colony and capnophilic phenotypes causing misidentification in automated biochemical kits and non-reactions in antimicrobial susceptibility test cards.
PMID: 30479752