When you enter multiple keywords separated by space, your search will contain results that match any of the keywords (OR search).
  • 18 Hits
  • Search Condition : Filter (MeSH = Nocardia / classification)
Species Resource
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0187 , IFM 0236 , IFM 0237 , IFM 0239 , IFM 0262 , IFM 0280 , IFM 0283 , IFM 0284 , IFM 0290 , IFM 0319 , ... Nocardia cyriacigeorgica is a significant pathogen responsible for nocardiosis in Japan and Thailand.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0396 , IFM 0896 , IFM 10020 , IFM 10065 , N. asteroides? , N. cyriacigeorgica? , N. beijingensis? , N. farcinica? , N. nova? , N. brasiliensis? , ... Nocardial infections in Japan from 1992 to 2001, including the first report of infection by Nocardia transvalensis.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0367 , IFM 0663 , IFM 0897 , IFM 10011 , IFM 10013 , IFM 10029 , IFM 10222 , IFM 10308 First isolates of Nocardia abscessus from humans and soil in Japan.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0245 , IFM 0263 , IFM 0731 , IFM 0860 , JCM 10666 , JCM 3332 , JCM 6044 , JCM 4826 , JCM 3360 , JCM 3224 , ... Nocardia asiatica sp. nov., isolated from patients with nocardiosis in Japan and clinical specimens from Thailand.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 10034 , IFM 10035(JCM 12120) , IFM 10174 , JCM 10666 , JCM 3332 , JCM 6044 , JCM 4826 , JCM 3360 , JCM 3224 , JCM 10302 Nocardia arthritidis sp. nov., a new pathogen isolated from a patient with rheumatoid arthritis in Japan.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0092 , IFM 0245 , IFM 0265 , IFM 0330 , IFM 5368 , IFM 10065 , IFM 10489 , IFM 40213 , IFM 40215 , IFM 40913 , ... Transvalencin A, a thiazolidine zinc complex antibiotic produced by a clinical isolate of Nocardia transvalensis. I. Taxonomy, fermentation, isolation and biological activities.
Pathogenic microorganisms Nocardia elegans infection: a case report and literature review.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0236 , IFM 0239 , IFM 0284 , IFM 0290 , IFM 0319 , IFM 0333 , IFM 0417 , IFM 0418 , IFM 0419 , IFM 0420 , ... Pathogenic Nocardia isolated from clinical specimens including those of AIDS patients in Thailand.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 40081 , IFM 41994 , IFM 40606 , IFM 0236 , IFM 0333 , IFM 0406 Brasilinolide A, a new macrolide antibiotic produced by Nocardia brasiliensis: producing strain, isolation and biological activity.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0624 , IFM 0755 , IFM 0756 , IFM 0757 , IFM 0758 , IFM 0759 , IFM 0760 , IFM 0761 Production of nocardicyclins by clinical isolates of Nocardia pseudobrasiliensis and in vivo antitumor activity of the antibiotic.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0089 , IFM 40213 Brasiliquinones A, B and C, new benz[alpha]anthraquinone antibiotics from Nocardia brasiliensis. I. Producing strain, isolation and biological activities of the antibiotics.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0273 A toxic substance produced by Nocardia otitidiscaviarum isolated from cutaneous nocardiosis.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0092 , IFM 0236 , IFM 0265 , IFM 0283 , IFM 0286 , IFM 0290 , IFM 0319 , IFM 0323 , IFM 0333 , IFM 0372 , ... Lymphocutaneous type of nocardiosis caused by Nocardia vinacea in a patient with polymyositis.
General Microbes JCM 11441 , JCM 11439 , JCM 11764 , JCM 4826 , JCM 11440 , JCM 15318 Nocardia lasii sp. nov., a novel actinomycete isolated from the cuticle of an ant (Lasius fuliginosus L).
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 11096 , IFM 11099 , IFM 11100 , IFM 11128 , IFM 11231 , IFM 11232 , IFM 11285 MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE PATTERN OF SEVEN CLINICAL ISOLATES OF Nocardia spp. IN BRAZIL.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 11049 , IFM 10847 , IFM 10152 Genome based analysis of type-I polyketide synthase and nonribosomal peptide synthetase gene clusters in seven strains of five representative Nocardia species.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 11618 Uncommon mandibular osteomyelitis in a cat caused by Nocardia africana.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0245 , IFM 0575 , IFM 0784 , IFM 0803 , IFM 10035 , IFM 10084 , IFM 10383 , JCM 12667? , JCM 12160? , JCM 10666? , ... Nocardia exalbida sp. nov., isolated from Japanese patients with nocardiosis.