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Enigma of Respiratory Carriage of Kingella kingae and Neisseria meningitides in Young Jordanian Children
The International Arabic Journal of Antimicrobial Agents
Kingella kingae and Neisseria meningitides are gram-negative bacteria, causing several life-threatening diseases and considered as opportunistic pathogens in the upper respiratory tract of healthy carriers. The detection of these both bacteria species is difficult in routine culture methods. Objective: This study aimed to find the occurrence rate of K. kingae and N. meningitides colonizing upper respiratory tract of young Jordanian children, and to determine the antimicrobial susceptibilitydoi:10.3823/860 fatcat:6txarabn3zdghpkl5qstbpdasm