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Development of giant bacteriophage phiKZ is independent of the host transcription apparatus

RNA Polymerases electronic Enzymes enzymology Functional gene Gene Expression Regulation,Viral Genes Genetic genetics Genome Genome,Viral growth & development Host-Pathogen Interactions im INFECTION ...

Duplex molecular assay intended for point-of-care diagnosis of influenza A/B virus infection299

Volume 51, Issue 9, Number 3038, p.3031- 3038 (2013) Keywords: a acid alternative an article Belgium Clinical Common comparing Control detection Development Diagnosis Diagnostics disease electronic Genome ...

In vitro and in vivo infectious potential of coxiella burnetii: a study on Belgian livestock isolates.

is a zoonosis caused by the gram-negative obligate intracellular pathogen Coxiella burnetii. Since its discovery, and particularly following the recent outbreaks in the Netherlands, C. burnetii ...

A multifaceted study of Pseudomonas aeruginosa shutdown by virulent podovirus LUZ19

knowledge on genome content and diversity of bacterial viruses, insights in intracellular phage development and its impact on bacterial physiology are very limited. We present a multifaceted study combining ...

Design of multiplex assays for molecular subtyping of pathogens with the Luminex xMAP technology

IT limitation Limitations Luminex microorganism microorganisms Molecular molecular subtyping Multiplex assay Oligonucleotides outbreak outbreaks pathogen reducing regulation Sample SOFTWARE specificity ...

Occurrence of putative virulence genes in arcobacter species isolated from humans and animals.

factors is required. However, up to now, little has been known about the mechanisms of pathogenicity. Because of their close phylogenetic affiliation to the food-borne pathogen Campylobacter and their ...

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