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Table 1 Bacterial strains used in this study

From: Development of loop-mediated isothermal amplification coupled with nanoparticle-based lateral flow biosensor assay for Mycoplasma pneumoniae detection

BacteriaStrain no. (source of strains)No. of strainsMP-LAMP-LFB
Mycoplasma pneumoniaeM129 (BCH)1P
 Isolated strains (BCH)20P
Mycoplasma genitaliumIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Mycoplasma hominisIsolated strain (CDC)1N
Mycoplasma penetransIsolated strain (CDC)1N
Mycoplasma primatumIsolated strain (CDC)1N
Ureaplasma urealytieumIsolated strain (CDC)1N
Chlamydia trachomatisIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Bacillus pertussisIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Klebsiella pneumoniaeIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Mycobacterium tuberculosisIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Mycobacterium aviumIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Streptococcus pneumoniaeIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Pseudomonas aeruginosaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Staphylococcus aureusIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Haemophilus influenzaeIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Stenotrophomonas maltophiliaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Acinetobacter baumanniiIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Legionella pneumophilaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
H1N1 influenzaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
H3N2 influenzaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
H5N1 influenzaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
H7N9 influenzaIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Enterococcus faeciumIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Enterococcus faecalisIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Vibrio choleraeIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Vibrio vulnificusIsolated strain (BCH)1N
Staphylococcus saprophyticusIsolated strain (BCH)1N
  1. M129, Mycoplasma pneumoniae reference strains; BCH, Beijing Children’s Hospital; CDC, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention; P, positive; N, negative