. Slender branching filamentous bacteria that are positive by modified acid-fast (Fite) stain (original magnification X600).
First Report of the Isolation of Nocardia
thailandica from the Bronchoalveolar Lavage of a Patient in Iran.
La figura 2 muestra el agrupamiento de las secuencias de los genes ribosomales 16S de las cepas bacterianas aisladas 1-4c (Sphingomonas sp.), 1-7c (Sinorhizobium sp.), 1-10d (Bacillus sp.) 2-7a (Nocardia
cerradoensis), 2-10b (Bacillus megaterium) y 2-10bp (Burkholderia phytofirmans) con las secuencias mas cercanas identificadas en las bases de datos GenBank.
These staining techniques are beneficial as they are easy to do and have high sensitivity and specificity.6 For rapid identification of fungal pathogens, conventional techniques include 10% KOH and lacto phenol cotton blue wet mounts.8 Gram and Giemsa staining techniques are used for identification of bacteria6 and Modified Ziehl-Neelsen staining for Nocardia
identification.9 These staining techniques provide a preliminary diagnosis, when culture results are pending.10
, Actinomycetes endophyte isolated from the root surface sterilized from 28 plant species from northwest Italy and the most of the result of isolation process is Streptoverticillium, Nocardia
, Micromonospora, and Streptosporangium.
asteroides is the most common causative agent of pulmonary nocardiosis, accounting for 85% of all cases .
An actinomycete identified as Nocardia
levis produced this phthalate that showed a moderate antimicrobial activity against some Gram-positive bacteria and some fungi .
pseudobrasiliensis is an uncommon human pathogen that is frequently multidrug resistant [5,6].
Atypical infections such as Nocardia
are only seen in up to 2% of lung transplant recipients .
However, this process does not properly occur in CGD patients, resulting in an inability to generate oxygen radicals to kill catalase-positive pathogens such as staphylococci, mycobacteria, Burkholderia cepacia, Nocardia
, Serratia, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas, and Aspergillus spp.
Vancomycin is a tricyclic glycopeptide antibiotic derived from Amycolatopsis orientalis (formerly Nocardia
orientalis) used for serious gram positive infections.
Percutaneous lung biopsy specimens and sputum sample both isolated Nocardia