[Comparative analysis of plasmid profiles of strains isolated from children with pyogenic infections].
The study was undertaken to compare the plasmid profile pattern of strains of the enterobacteria isolated from children with pyogenic infections with different etiology. The presence of 30 plasmid bands of different molecular mass in the test strains of the enterobacteria isolated from children with pyogenic infections was revealed. The plasmid profiles in the strains of the etiological agents isolated from patients with pyogenic infections were found to be different in 22 of 30 cases. The frequency of the presence of a pair of plasmids, corresponding to the plasmid molecular mass of 6-16 Kb and 40-60 Kb, in the strains of enterobacteria isolated from children with different diseases was characteristic and characteristic for the etiological agent. In the clinical strains of Salmonella typhi and Salmonella paratyphi there was found to be the plasmid molecular mass of 9-11 Kb and 14-16 Kb. No one species of the enterobacteria or the etiological agent is characterized by the presence of a fixed plasmid type in the profile of its isolates. The identification of the plasmid profile of strains of the enterobacteria is a valuable method of the differentiation of the pathogenic species. the southern transverse arcuate ligament provides the most consistent and reliable dynamic stability in the medial compartment of the knee joint. The results of this study suggest that the anterior cruciate ligament must have a primary function of dynamic stability, especially in extension and rotation in the frontal plane. The stability provided by the anterior cruciate ligament in full extension must be inadequate. The ACL is an inadequate dynamic stabilizer in flexion in the frontal plane as well as in the sagittal plane.
The anatomic observation of the anteromedial structures and their relation to the femur showed a more consistent stabilizing role in all testing positions compared to that of the posterior cruciate ligament.
The authors would like to thank and acknowledge the assistance of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Orthopedics at the Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.
**Authors' Contribution:**Rahid Niyaz Ahmed.
**Financial Disclosure:**The authors declared that this study has received no financial support.
**Funding/Support:**The research was supported by the Graduate Research Fellowship Program at 0b46394aab