Quality Design In Anatomical Pathology

Efficacy And Safety Of Diacerein And Diclofena...

Il-1 And Its Role In Osteoarthritis

Prediction Of Ligand Binding Sites In Rna Bindi...

Use Of Perfusion Index From Pulse Oximetry To D...

0 votes
Spread Of Ctx-m-15 Extended Spectrum β-lactamases Encoding Genes Among Enterobacteriaceae In The Middle Eastern Region
Author: Maysa Baroud, George F. Araj And Ghassan M. Matar
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
6 pages
One time payment: €0.00
Required subscription: Free
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10:3823/703
Follow this publisher

Share this publication:


The CTX-M type enzymes have become the most prevalent extended spectrum β-lactamases (ESBLs) worldwide. Among the CTX-M type enzymes, CTX-M-15 is the most widespread and has been reported from all continents. It has been recovered from different Enterobacteriaceae and has been isolated from both community and hospital acquired infections. This review primarily highlights the prevalence of CTX- M-15 in addition to other ESBLs in the Middle East. Detection of any type of ESBL is of importance in therapeutic treatment. 

About the publisher:

iMedPub Limited is a publishing house registered in UK, publishing medical books and journals since 2005. As an open service to doctors and biomedical researchers, it is driven by clinicians and researchers for themselves, while serving the interests of the general public. iMedPub disseminates research in a tiered system, beginning with our specialty books and journals and then working upwards. The grand vision of iMedPub is a world where all medical researchers and health professionals have an equal opportunity to seek, share and create knowledge. As we are a low cost academic publisher we offer the lowest article processing charges of all biomedical journals and publish books free of charges for authors.

Select a payment method