Mycolicibacter engbaekii – Wikipedia



Species of bacterium

Mycolicibacter engbaekii (previously Mycobacterium engbaekii[2]) is a species of micro organism from the phylum Actinomycetota.[1] It’s liable to amikacin, clarithromycin, ethambutol, linezolid, and rifabutin.[5] It has additionally been recovered from African tuberculosis sufferers,[6] water remedy plant sludge,[7] and dairy farm animals.[8]


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  6. ^ Thumamo Pokamab BD, Yeboah-Manub D, Oforib S, Guemdjomc PW, Teyimd PM, Lawsone L, Amiteyef D, Yhilerag NY, Djuikouehi IC, Asuquoj AE. (2022). “Occurrence of non-tuberculous mycobacteria amongst in the past handled TB sufferers within the Gulf of Guinea, Africa”. IJID Areas. 3: 287–292. doi:10.1016/j.ijregi.2022.05.003.
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