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M. Tuberculosis Genotypic Diversity and Drug Susceptibility Pattern in HIV-Infected and Non-HIV-Infected Patients in Northern Tanzania.

Kibiki, G. S., Mulder, B., Dolmans, W. M. V., de Beer, J. L., Boeree, M., Sam, N., van Soolingen, D., Sola, C. and van der Zanden, A. G. M. (2007) M. Tuberculosis Genotypic Diversity and Drug Susceptibility Pattern in HIV-Infected and Non-HIV-Infected Patients in Northern Tanzania. BMC microbiology, 7. p. 51. ISSN 1471-2180

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Abstract

Tuberculosis (TB) is a major health problem and HIV is the major cause of the increase in TB. Sub-Saharan Africa is endemic for both TB and HIV infection. Determination of the prevalence of M. tuberculosis strains and their drug susceptibility is important for TB control.TB positive culture, BAL fluid or sputum samples from 130 patients were collected and genotyped. The spoligotypes were correlated with anti-tuberculous drug susceptibility in HIV-infected and non-HIV patients from Tanzania. One-third of patients were TB/HIV co-infected. Forty-seven spoligotypes were identified. Fourteen isolates (10.8%) had new and unique spoligotypes while 116 isolates (89.2%) belonged to 33 known spoligotypes. The major spoligotypes contained nine clusters: CAS1-Kili 30.0%, LAM11- ZWE 14.6%, ND 9.2%, EAI 6.2%, Beijing 5.4%, T-undefined 4.6%, CAS1-Delhi 3.8%, T1 3.8% and LAM9 3.8%. Twelve (10.8%) of the 111 phenotypically tested strains were resistant to anti-TB drugs. Eight (7.2%) were monoresistant strains: 7 to isoniazid (INH) and one to streptomycin. Four strains (3.5%) were resistant to multiple drugs: one (0.9%) was resistant to INH and streptomycin and the other three (2.7%) were MDR strains: one was resistant to INH, rifampicin and ethambutol and two were resistant to all four anti-TB drugs. Mutation in the katG gene codon 315 and the rpoB hotspot region showed a low and high sensitivity, respectively, as predictor of phenotypic drug resistance.
CAS1-Kili and LAM11-ZWE were the most common families. Strains of the Beijing family and CAS1-Kili were not or least often associated with resistance, respectively. HIV status was not associated with spoligotypes, resistance or previous TB treatment.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Tuberculosis, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, HIV, Anti-Tuberculous Drug, Tanzania
Subjects: Tuberculosis > Treatment
Divisions: Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre
Depositing User: Mr Joseph Madata
Date Deposited: 28 Aug 2013 09:47
Last Modified: 28 Aug 2013 09:47
URI: http://ihi.eprints.org/id/eprint/2003

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