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A major monoclonal hospital outbreak of NDM-1–producing Klebsiella pneumoniae ST340 and the first report of ST2570 in Brazil

  • Jussimara Monteiro (a1), Fernanda M. Inoue (a1), Ana Paula T. Lobo (a2), Aline S. Ibanes (a3), Sergio Tufik (a1) and Carlos R. V. Kiffer (a4)...
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Author for correspondence: Jussimara Monteiro, Email: jussimara.nurmberger@afip.com.br

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PREVIOUS PRESENTATION: This report was presented in part at session 229 as poster no. 487 at the ASM MICROBE conference on May 9, 2018, in Atlanta, Georgia.

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A major monoclonal hospital outbreak of NDM-1–producing Klebsiella pneumoniae ST340 and the first report of ST2570 in Brazil

  • Jussimara Monteiro (a1), Fernanda M. Inoue (a1), Ana Paula T. Lobo (a2), Aline S. Ibanes (a3), Sergio Tufik (a1) and Carlos R. V. Kiffer (a4)...

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