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Shared characteristics between Mycobacterium tuberculosis and fungi contribute to virulence

24.06.2014 | Sam Willcocks; Brendan W Wren, Future Microbiology, 2014

ABSTRACT:  Mycobacterium tuberculosis, an etiologic agent of tuberculosis, exacts a heavy toll in terms of human morbidity and mortality. Although an ancient disease, new strains are emerging as human population density increases. The emergent virulent strains appear adept at steering the host ...



24.06.2014 | Future Microbiology, 2014

Future Microbiology May 2014, Vol. 9, No. 5, Pages 583-586.


Quorum sensing-mediated regulation of staphylococcal virulence and antibiotic resistance

24.06.2014 | Rachna Singh; Pallab Ray, Future Microbiology, 2014

ABSTRACT:  Accessory gene regulator (agr)-mediated quorum sensing plays a central role in staphylococcal pathogenesis. It primarily upregulates secreted virulence factors and downregulates cell surface proteins, thereby governing invasiveness of staphylococci and cell dispersal from biofilms. ...


In vitro antibiofilm activity of bioactive glass S53P4

24.06.2014 | Lorenzo Drago; Christian Vassena; Simone Fenu; Elena De Vecchi; Valentina Signori; Raffaele De Francesco; Carlo Luca ..., Future Microbiology, 2014

ABSTRACT:  Aim: This work aimed to investigate the ability of different formulations of bioactive glass (BAG)-S53P4 to interfere with bacterial biofilm produced on prosthetic material by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and multi-drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Materials & ...


Amino acid capture and utilization within the Mycobacterium tuberculosis phagosome

24.06.2014 | Alexandre Gouzy; Yannick Poquet; Olivier Neyrolles, Future Microbiology, 2014

ABSTRACT:  Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the agent of TB, is a facultative intracellular bacterial pathogen that replicates inside host macrophages and other phagocytes within a membrane-bound vacuole or phagosome. How M. tuberculosis captures and exploits vital nutrients inside host cells is an ...


Shrinkage of the human core microbiome and a proposal for launching microbiome biobanks

24.06.2014 | Abolfazl Barzegari; Nazli Saeedi; Amir Ata Saei, Future Microbiology, 2014

ABSTRACT:  The Human Microbiome Project (HMP) revealed the significance of the gut microbiome in promoting health. Disruptions in microbiome composition are associated with the pathogenesis of numerous diseases. The indigenous microflora has co-evolved with humans for millions of years and humans ...


Latest developments on Streptococcus suis: an emerging zoonotic pathogen: part 2

24.06.2014 | Mariela Segura; Han Zheng; Astrid de Greeff; George F Gao; Daniel Grenier; Yongqiang Jiang; Chengping Lu; Duncan Mas ..., Future Microbiology, 2014

First International Workshop on Streptococcus suis, Beijing, China, 12–13 August 2013 This second and final chapter of the report on the First International Workshop on Streptococcus suis follows on from Part 1, published in the April 2014, volume 9, issue 4 of Future Microbiology. S. suis is a ...


Microbial co-culture: harnessing intermicrobial signaling for the production of novel antimicrobials

24.06.2014 | Suzy C Moody, Future Microbiology, 2014

Future Microbiology May 2014, Vol. 9, No. 5, Pages 575-578.


Laboratory diagnosis of mucormycosis: current status and future perspectives

24.06.2014 | Michaela Lackner; Rita Caramalho; Cornelia Lass-Flörl, Future Microbiology, 2014

ABSTRACT:  Fungal infections caused by members of the Mucorales order are rapidly progressing and fatal. The importance of mucormycosis has grown in recent years as the number of patients with predisposing factors has increased dramatically. Clinical symptoms are elusive and conventional ...


Antimalarial drug delivery to the mosquito: an option worth exploring?

24.06.2014 | Krijn Paaijmans; Xavier Fernàndez-Busquets, Future Microbiology, 2014

Future Microbiology May 2014, Vol. 9, No. 5, Pages 579-582.


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