Performance of Xpert? MTB
Chengjun Li; Chang Liu; Bingqi Sun; Wei Zhang; Yang Wang; Jiao Sun; Fang Ma; Yu Chen
Source PublicationBMC Infectious Diseases
AbstractEtiological diagnosis of tuberculous pleuritis is challenging, owing to a paucity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) in the affected region. Moreover, currently available methods, such as the detection of acid-fast bacilli and microbiological culture, are not always conducive to timely diagnosis and treatment. In this study, we evaluated the performance of Xpert? MTB
Document Type期刊论文
AffiliationInstitute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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GB/T 7714
Chengjun Li,Chang Liu,Bingqi Sun,et al. Performance of Xpert? MTB[J]. BMC Infectious Diseases,2020,20(1).
APA Chengjun Li.,Chang Liu.,Bingqi Sun.,Wei Zhang.,Yang Wang.,...&Yu Chen.(2020).Performance of Xpert? MTB.BMC Infectious Diseases,20(1).
MLA Chengjun Li,et al."Performance of Xpert? MTB".BMC Infectious Diseases 20.1(2020).
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