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Enterobacter

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Genetic characterization of tigecycline resistance in clinical isolates of Enterobacter cloacae and Enterobacter aerogenes

Cytotoxic activity of Enterobacter cloacae human isolates

Enterobacter sakazakii: A Case of Coincidental Infantile Sepsis

Induction of β-Lactamase in Enterobacter cloacae

Successful Treatment of Enterobacter Meningitis with Ciprofloxacin

Chromosomal ampC genes in Enterobacter species other than Enterobacter cloacae, and ancestral association of the ACT-1 plasmid-encoded cephalosporinase to Enterobacter asburiae

A Case of Cronobacter (Enterobacter sakazakii) Bacteremia in a Breastfed Infant

Enterobacter cloacae Bloodstream Infections Traced to Contaminated Human Albumin

Enterobacter sakazakii: An Emerging Pathogen in Powdered Infant Formula

Nosocomial Enterobacter Meningitis: Risk Factors, Management, and Treatment Outcomes

Editorial Response: Relapsing Infection Due to Enterobacter Species: Lessons of Heterogeneity

Enterobacter gergoviae and the prevalence of efflux in parabens resistance

Dissemination of ESBL and Qnr determinants in Enterobacter cloacae in Algeria

MLST reveals potentially high-risk international clones of Enterobacter cloacae

Detection of the carbapenemase GIM-1 in Enterobacter cloacae in Germany

Cluster-dependent colistin hetero-resistance in Enterobacter cloacae complex

Prevalence and diversity of qnr alleles in AmpC-producing Enterobacter cloacae, Enterobacter aerogenes, Citrobacter freundii and Serratia marcescens: a multicentre study from Korea

 

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A genus of enteropathic bacilli of the Klebsiella group found in the environment and in the human intestinal tract. The most common pathogenic species are E. cloacae and E. aerogenes, which can cause opportunistic infections in immunocompromised patients. E. sakazakii has been associated with infection in neonates due to contamination of infant formula. Not to be confused with the family Enterobacteriaceae of which they are members.

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