Metagenomics data of Mycobacterium species isolated from soil in Thailand; a possibility for pathogenesis?

Pathum Sookaromdee, Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


Mycobacterium species are important groups of bacteria that can be seen worldwide. Some species are documented as pathogens in humans. Mycobacterium species are isolatable from clinical specimens. Additionally, they can be isolated from environment. The metagenomics data on Mycobacterium species is useful for clinical epidemiological surveillance in each setting. Here, the authors summarize the metagenomics data of Mycobacterium species isolated from soil in Thailand. Based on this study, some isolated species are possible pathogenic and might be the cause of new emerging infection in Thailand.
Keywords: Soil, Mycobacterium, Metagenomics
Citation: Sookardomee P, Wiwanitkit V. Metagenomics data of Mycobacterium species isolated from soil in Thailand; a possibility for pathogenesis? J Negat Results Clin Exp Stud. 2019;2:e02.

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