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ASM 15h
Bacteria colonize human colonic crypts in both control and colorectal cancer tissues, but right and left crypt- and mucosa-associated bacterial communities are significantly different
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ASM 16h
We need your ideas. Submit your session proposal by July 29 to help design an exciting program for the meeting, January 28-30 in Arlington, Virginia.
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ASM 16h
We need your ideas. Submit your session proposal by July 29 to help design an exciting program for the meeting, January 28-30 in Arlington, Virginia.
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ASM 17h
Evaluating the effect of PHiD-CV vaccination on H. influenzae in children shows proportions of hpd-negative isolates remained similar in vaccinated + unvaccinated children
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ASM 19h
Bugs as cancer drugs: challenges and opportunities
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ASM 21h
Gut microbiota and colonization resistance against bacterial enteric infection: a review
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ASM Newsroom 21h
The Names the University of Minnesota a “Milestones in Microbiology” Site!
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JClinMicro EIC Jul 19
Confused by CLSI “I” (intermediate) and “SDD,” (susceptible, dose dependent) and EUCAST “I” (susceptible, Increased exposure) and “ATU” (area of technical uncertainty)? This Point-Counterpoint by members of CLSI and EUCAST should help
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Stanley Maloy Jul 18
Had a very fun discussion with for podcast And loved opportunity to talk about why international collaborations and are so important.
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mSphere EIC 22h
Interaction of fluid forces and their influence on the dynamics of tower formation, break-off, and transportation in S. aureus biofilms
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mSphere EIC 22h
Opportunities and challenges of testing HIV vaccine candidates in the context of the infant immune system
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ASM 23h
A homolog of SpoIID, a peptidoglycan-degrading enzyme involved in sporulation, is expressed in Chlamydiales, localizes at the division septum, + degrades peptidoglycan, indicating that SpoIID is likely implicated in division of some bacteria
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Brenda Anne Wilson Jul 17
⚡️ “Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach 4th Edition”
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ASM Jul 18
Early life exposure to heat-inactivated microbiota from more distantly related species poses more severe developmental and survival costs than microbiota from closely related or the same species
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Stanley Maloy Jul 17
Great to see the new edition of : A Molecular Approach is out. The new authors have done a wonderful job of keeping the essence of focus on concepts and critical thinking @ASMpress
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ASM Jul 18
Hfq globally binds and destabilizes sRNAs + mRNAs in Yersinia pestis
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ASM Jul 18
B. subtilis monitors levels of the amino acid serine as a signal for biofilm development
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ASM Jul 18
New : 3 key insights from a foundational EMBO Journal report on stromal regulation of epithelium containing viral oncogenes.
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ASM Jul 18
Passionate educators like yourself are planning to attend this August. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind event. Hurry, registration ends in just 7 days!
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ASM Jul 18
Colistin resistance in A. baumannii, a top-priority pathogen causing deadly nosocomial infections, is mediated through different avenues that result in increased activity of homologous phosphoethanolamine (PetN) transferases
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