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PREVALENCE OF PATHOGENICITY ISLAND MARKERS IN ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATE COLLECTED FROM PATIENT WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION

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 BACKGROUND AND AIM: UROPATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLIARE THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF URINARY TRACT INFECTION (UTI). THE ABILITY OF E. COLI TO CAUSE UTI IS ASSOCIATED WITH SPECIFIC VIRULENCE DETERMINANTS THAT SOME OF WHICH ARE ENCODED ON PATHOGENICITY ISLANDS (PAIS). IN THE PRESENT STUDY, 100 E. COLI ISOLATES FROM HUMAN URINECULTURES WERE CHARACTERIZED TO IDENTIFY GENETIC FEATURES ASSOCIATED WITH VIRULENCE (PATHOGENICITY ISLANDS MARKERS).

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