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Thematic Issue: Eurobiofilms 2015
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Effects of chytridomycosis on hematopoietic tissue in the spleen, kidney and bone marrow in three diverse amphibian species
The amphibian chytrid fungus affects different species and white-blood-cell forming tissues differently, which might be related to species susceptibility. More ►
Occurrence and diversity of both bacterial and fungal communities in dental unit waterlines subjected to disinfectants
This work focuses on the microbial ecology encountered in dental unit waterlines with specific interest given to human pathogens and influence of treatments. More ►
Gene therapy based in antimicrobial peptides and proinflammatory cytokine prevents reactivation of experimental latent tuberculosis
Pertussis toxin undergoes retrograde transport to the endoplasmic reticulum, where ATP binding to the toxin oligomer mediates dissociation of the A subunit from the holotoxin. More ►
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