PUBLICAÇÕES DA ÁREA DE MICOBACTÉRIAS/MICOBACTERIOSES DESDE SUA CRIAÇÃO EM 2008

1.      VIANA-NIERO C, LIMA CVB, LOPES ML, RABELLO MCS, MARSOLA LR, BRILHANTE VCR, DURHAM AM, LEAO SC.Molecular characterization of Mycobacterium massiliense and Mycobacterium bolletii in outbreaks of infections after laparoscopic surgeries and cosmetic procedures. J. Clin Microbiol., 46(3):850-855, 2008

2.      CHIMARA E, FERRAZOLI L, UEKY SYM, MARTINS MC, DURHAM AM, ARBEIT RD, LEAO SC. Reliable identification of mycobacterial species by PCR-restriction enzyme analysis (PRA)-hsp65 in a reference laboratory and elaboration of a sequence-based extended algorithm of PRA-hsp65 patterns. BCM Microbiology, 8:48, 2008

3.      MORAES PRS, CHIMARA E, TELLES MAS, UEKI SYM, CUNHA EAT, HONER MR, LEAO SC. Identification of non-tuberculous mycobacteria from the Central Public Health Laboratory from Mato Grosso do Sul and analysis of clinical relevance. Braz. J. Microbiol. 39:268-272, 2008.

4.      CARDOSO AM, SOUZA EM, VIANA-NIERO C, BORTOLI FB, NEVES ZCP, LEAO SC, JUNQUEIRA-KIPNIS AP, KIPNIS A. Emergence of nosocomial Mycobacterium massiliense infection in Goiás, Brazil. Microb. Infect. 10:1552-1557,2008.

5.      PEDRO HDA S, PEREIRA MI, GOLONI MDO R, UEKI SY, CHIMARA E. Nontuberculous mycobacteria isolated in São José do Rio Preto, Brazil between 1996 and 2005. J Bras Pneumol. 2008 Nov;34(11):950-5.

6.      ZAMARIOLI LA, COELHO AG, PEREIRA CM, NASCIMENTO AC, UEKI SY, CHIMARA E. Descriptive study of the frequency of nontuberculous mycobacteria in the Baixada Santista region of the state of São Paulo, Brazil. J Bras Pneumol. 2008 Aug;34(8):590-4.

7.      SENNA SG, BATTILANA J, COSTA JC, SILVA MG, DUARTE RS, FONSECA LS, SUFFYS PN, BOGO MR. Sequencing of hsp65gene for identification of Mycobacterium species isolated from environmental and clinical sources in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. J Clin Microbiol. 2008 Nov;46(11):3822-5. Epub 2008 Sep 3.

8.      CHIMARA E, LEAO SC. Biologia molecular no diagnóstico da Tuberculose e outras micobacterioses. Revista Pneumologia Paulista, 22(5):50-54, 2009

9.      DUARTE RS, LOURENÇO MCS, FONSECA LS, LEAO SC, AMORIM ELT, ROCHA ILL, COELHO FS, VIANA-NIERO C, GOMES KM, DA SILVA MG, LORENA NSO, PITOMBO MB, FERREIRA RMC, GARCIA MHO, DE OLIVEIRA GP, LUPI O, VILAÇA BR, SERRADAS LR, CHEBABO A, MARQUES EA, TEIXEIRA LM, DALCOLMO MP, SENNA SG, SAMPAIO JLM. An Epidemic of Postsurgical Infections Caused by Mycobacterium massiliense. J. Clin. Microbiol., 47(7):2149-55, 2009.

10.    LEAO SC, TORTOLI E, VIANA-NIERO C, UEKI SYM, LIMA KVB, LOPES ML, YUBERO J, MENÉNDEZ MC, GARCIA MJ.Characterization of Mycobacteria from a Major Brazilian Outbreak Suggests that Revision of the Taxonomic Status of Members of the Mycobacterium chelonae-M. abscessus Group Is Needed. J. Clin. Microbiol. 47(9):2691-2698, 2009.

11.    COSTA AR, LOPES ML, LEAO SC, SCHNEIDER MP, SOUZA MS, SUFFYS PN, CORVELO TC, LIMA KV.Molecular identification of rapidly growing mycobacteria isolates from pulmonary specimens of patients in the State of Pará, Amazon region, Brazil. Diagn. Microb. Infect. Dis. 65:358-364,2009.

12.    PITOMBO MB, LUPI O, DUARTE RS.Infections by rapidly growing mycobacteria resistant to disinfectants: a national matter?Rev Bras Ginecol Obstet. 2009 Nov;31(11):529-33

13.    LORENA NS, DUARTE RS, PITOMBO MB. Rapidly growing mycobacteria infection after videosurgical procedures - the glutaraldehyde hypothesis. Rev Col Bras Cir. 2009 Jul;36(3):266-7.

14.    STRABELLI TMV, SICILIANO RF, CASTELLI JB, DEMARCHI LMMF, LEAO SC, VIANA-NIERO C, MIYASHIRO K, SAMPAIO RO, GRINBERG M, UIP DE. Mycobacterium chelonae valve endocarditis resulting from contaminated biological prostheses. J. Infection 6, 467-473,2010

15.    RABELLO MCS, OLIVEIRA RS, SILVA RM, LEAO SC.Natural occurrence of horizontal transfer of the Mycobacterium avium-specific insertion sequence IS1245 to Mycobacterium kansasii.  J. Clin. Microbiol. 48(6):2257-2259,2010.

16.    LEAO SC, VIANA-NIERO C, MATSUMOTO CK, LIMA KVB, LOPES ML, PALACI M, HADAD DJ, VINHAS S, DUARTE RS, LOURENÇO MCS, KIPNIS A, NEVES ZC, GABARDO BMA, RIBEIRO MO, BAETHGEN L, ASSIS DB, MADALOSSO G, CHIMARA E, DALCOLMO MP. Epidemic of surgical-site infections by a single clone of rapidly growing mycobacteria in Brazil. Future Microbiol., 5(6):791-780,2010.

17.    COSTA AR, LOPES ML, FURLANETO IP, DE SOUSA MS, LIMA KV. Molecular identification of nontuberculous mycobacteria isolates in a Brazilian mycobacteria reference laboratory. Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis. 2010 Dec;68(4):390-4. Epub 2010 Sep 29.

18.    LORENA NS, PITOMBO MB, CÔRTES PB, MAYA MC, DA SILVA MG, CARVALHO AC, COELHO FS, MIYAZAKI NH, MARQUES EA, CHEBABO A, FREITAS AD, LUPI O, DUARTE RS. Mycobacterium massiliense BRA100 strain recovered from postsurgical infections: resistance to high concentrations of glutaraldehyde and alternative solutions for high level disinfection. Acta Cir Bras. 2010 Oct;25(5):455-9.

19.    FERREIRA CP, COUTINHO ZF, LOURENÇO MC, ROCHA ADA S, MARTINS CJ. Atypical cutaneous mycobacteriosis caused byMycobacterium avium complex. Braz J Infect Dis. 2010 May-Jun;14(3):324-6.

20.    MATSUMOTO CK, CHIMARA E, BOMBARDA S, DUARTE RS, LEAO SC. Diversity of Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis patterns of Mycobacterium abscessus type 2 clinical isolates. J. Clin. Microbiol.  49(1):62-68, 2011

21.    MACHERAS E, ROUX AL, BASTIAN S, LEÃO SC, PALACI M, SIVADON-TARDY V, GUTIERREZ C, RICHTER E, RÜSCH-GERDES S, PFYFFER G, BODMER T, CAMBAU E, GAILLARD JL, HEYM B. Multilocus sequence analysis and rpoBsequencing of Mycobacterium abscessus (sensu lato) strains. J. Clin. Microbiol.  49(2):491-9, 2011.

22.    LEAO SC, TORTOLI E, EUZÉBY JP, GARCIA MJ. Proposal that the two species Mycobacterium massiliense and Mycobacterium bolletii be reclassified as Mycobacterium abscessus subsp. bolletii comb. nov., designation of Mycobacterium abscessussubsp. abscessus subsp. nov., and emendation of Mycobacterium abscessus. IJSEM in press.

23.    CARDOSO AM, JUNQUEIRA-KIPNIS AP, KIPNIS A. In Vitro Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Mycobacterium massilienseRecovered from Wound Samples of Patients Submitted to Arthroscopic and Laparoscopic Surgeries. Minimally Invasive Surgery, Volume 2011.

Sobre a REDE-TB

A Rede Brasileira de Pesquisa em Tuberculose (REDE-TB) é uma Organização Não Governamental (ONG) de direito privado sem fins lucrativos, preocupada em auxiliar no desenvolvimento não só de novos medicamentos, novas vacinas, novos testes diagnósticos e novas estratégias de controle de TB, mas também na validação dessas inovações tecnológicas, antes de sua comercialização no país e/ou de sua implementação nos Programa de Controle de TB no País.


bt2

Contato

E-mail: redetb.rp@gmail.com

Tel: +55 (21)3938 - 2426
Tel/ Fax: +55 (21)3938 - 2431.

Endereço: Avenida Carlos Chagas Filho, 791, Cidade Universitária - Ilha do Fundão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ - Brasil. CEP: 21941-904

Assine a newsletter da REDE-TB

Curta REDE-TB no Facebook