Full information on isolate KK263 (id:208)

Projects

This isolate is a member of the following project:

Murik_2021
Genomic insights into the population structure and virulence of Kingella kingae: Infection of Kingella kingae in young children may result in a variety of clinical outcomes including skeletal infections, bacteremia and endocarditis. However, the factor determining the type and severity of the desease are not known. We used a comperative genomic approach in order to find genetic factors distigushing isolates taken from patients with different clinical outcomes, as well as asymptomatic carriers.

Provenance/primary metadata

id
208
taxonomic designation
K. kingae
isolate
KK263
PFGE clone
ur
penicillinase
Negative
isolation year
2008
country of isolation
Israel
city or region
Center
laboratory source
Meir
sample origin
Blood
disease
Bacteremia
class of disease
Bacteremia
age in months
Child
gender
Unknown
sender
Omer Murik, Infectious disease unit and Translational genomics laboratory, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel
curator
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date entered
2021-11-25
datestamp
2021-11-25

Sequence bin

contigs
172
total length
1,998,881 bp
max length
158,280 bp
mean length
11,622 bp
N50
49,103
L50
13
N90
8,685
L90
47
N95
3,909
L95
67
loci tagged
6

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Schemes and loci

MLST

abcZ (abcZ)
5  S 
adk (adk)
2  S 
aroE (aroE)
13  S 
cpn60 (cpn60)
5  S 
gdh (gdh)
5  S 
recA (recA)
1  S 
ST
7

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