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1,838 Newest Publications of Future Medicinerss
31-03-2011 | Zoe Gitti; Elpis Mantadakis; Sofia Maraki; George Samonis, Future Microbiology, 2011
Aim: To determine the diagnostic accuracy of Geno Type® MTBDRplus compared with conventional proportional method (PM) drug susceptibility testing (DST) for detecting drug resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) clinical isolates derived from the University Hospital of Heraklion, Crete, ...
31-03-2011 | Nicholas AV Beare; Susan Lewallen; Terrie E Taylor; Malcolm E Molyneux, Future Microbiology, 2011
Accurate diagnosis of cerebral malaria (CM) is important for patient management, epidemiological and end point surveillance, and enrolling patients with CM in studies of pathogenesis or therapeutic trials. In malaria-endemic areas, where asymptomatic Plasmodium falciparum parasitemia is ...
31-03-2011 | Eveline Snelders; Willem JG Melchers; Paul E Verweij, Future Microbiology, 2011
Azole resistance is emerging in Aspergillus fumigatus isolates. The exact mechanism of evolution of azole resistance has not been fully elucidated yet but increasing evidence indicates a role for azole fungicide used in agriculture. Patients confronted with an invasive fungal infection from ...
31-03-2011 | Wei-Hua Zhao; Zhi-Qing Hu, Future Microbiology, 2011
Metallo-β-lactamases (MBLs) are a rapidly evolving group of β-lactamases, which hydrolyze most β-lactams including the carbapenems. Of the known MBLs, VIMs are one of the most common families, with 27 variants detected in at least 23 species of Gram-negative bacilli from more than 40 ...
31-03-2011 | Shiro Ibe; Wataru Sugiura, Future Microbiology, 2011
In this article, we summarize recent knowledge on drug-resistance mutations within HIV reverse transcriptase (RT). Several large-scale HIV-1 genotypic analyses have revealed that the most prevalent nucleos(t)ide analog RT inhibitor (NRTI)-resistance mutation is M184V/I followed by a series of ...
31-03-2011 | Allan GN Angus; Arvind H Patel, Future Microbiology, 2011
HCV is a major cause of chronic liver disease worldwide. There is no vaccine available and the current antiviral therapies fail to cure approximately half of treated patients. Liver disease caused by HCV infection is the most common indication for orthotopic liver transplantation. ...
31-03-2011 | Carol D Blair, Future Microbiology, 2011
Mosquito-borne arboviruses cause serious diseases in humans that are increasingly becoming public health problems, yet arbovirus infections cause minimal pathology in the mosquito vector, allowing persistent infections and lifelong virus transmission. The principal mosquito innate immune ...
31-03-2011 | Tim Inglis, Future Microbiology, 2011
Future Microbiology , March 2011, Vol. 6, No. 3, Pages 263-264.
31-03-2011 | Fernando Anaya-Velázquez; Felipe Padilla-Vaca, Future Microbiology, 2011
Future Microbiology , March 2011, Vol. 6, No. 3, Pages 255-258.