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419 Newest Publications in future microbiologyrss
03-05-2013 | David M Roberts; Yoann Personne; Juliane Ollinger; Tanya Parish, Future Microbiology, 2013
TB is still a major global health problem causing over 1 million deaths per year. An increasing problem of drug resistance in the causative agent, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, as well as problems with the current lengthy and complex treatment regimens, lends urgency to the need to develop new ...
03-05-2013 | Sabri Bousbia; Didier Raoult; Bernard La Scola, Future Microbiology, 2013
Recent reports show that microbial communities associated with respiratory infections, such as pneumonia and cystic fibrosis, are more complex than expected. Most of these communities are polymicrobial and might comprise microorganisms originating from several diverse biological and ...
03-05-2013 | Rani Diana Sahni; Veeraraghavan Balaji; Rosemol Varghese; James John; Giannoula S Tansarli; Matthew E Fa ..., Future Microbiology, 2013
Aim: The aim was to evaluate the in vitro activity of fosfomycin against common uropathogens in a fosfomycin-naive population in India. Methods: The authors prospectively collected and tested all consecutive isolates of Escherichia coli and Enterococcus spp. from urine samples between ...
03-05-2013 | Gena D Tribble; Jennifer E Kerr; Bing-Yan Wang, Future Microbiology, 2013
Porphyromonas gingivalis is a Gram-negative anaerobic bacterium that colonizes the human oral cavity. It is implicated in the development of periodontitis, a chronic periodontal disease affecting half of the adult population in the USA. To survive in the oral cavity, these bacteria must ...
03-05-2013 | Jolanta Szymańska; Jolanta Sitkowska, Future Microbiology, 2013
Aim: The study aimed to determine qualitative and quantitative contamination of dental unit reservoir water with aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria, with regards to health risk to dental staff and patients. Materials & methods: The study material included water samples from 107 unit ...
03-05-2013 | Delphine Dufour; Céline M Lévesque, Future Microbiology, 2013
Streptococci are among the predominant bacterial species living in the human body. They are normally harmless bacteria, but have the ability to cause diverse infections, ranging from mild (e.g., tooth decay and sore throat) to life-threatening (e.g., endocarditis and meningitis). Streptococci ...
03-05-2013 | Future Microbiology, 2013
Future Microbiology , May 2013, Vol. 8, No. 5, Pages 575-578.
03-05-2013 | Yanping Han; Lei Liu; Nan Fang; Ruifu Yang; Dongsheng Zhou, Future Microbiology, 2013
Regulatory noncoding RNAs (ncRNAs) play important roles in bacterial gene regulation, primarily at the post-transcriptional level. There are four broad categories of regulatory ncRNAs including trans-encoded ncRNAs, cis-encoded ncRNAs, RNA thermometers and riboswitches, and they can influence ...