Published in AIDS Weekly, March 10th, 1997
Cases of disease due to nontuberculous mycobacteria are increasing, especially in patients with HIV-related immunosuppression.
"During the past five years, infection in patients with AIDS by nontuberculous mycobacteria other than M. avium complex (MAC) has been widely reported, and the development of 16s rRNA gene fragment sequencing has enabled researchers to explore in depth the genus Mycobacterium, discovering a considerable...
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