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1947 5
1948 1
1962 3
1963 21
1964 62
1965 393
1966 918
1967 1472
1968 1875
1969 2120
1970 2356
1971 2315
1972 2302
1973 2662
1974 2921
1975 2613
1976 2271
1977 2181
1978 2079
1979 2316
1980 2081
1981 2154
1982 2299
1983 2554
1984 2759
1985 2784
1986 2780
1987 2857
1988 3034
1989 3415
1990 3334
1991 3609
1992 3740
1993 3809
1994 3949
1995 4403
1996 4395
1997 4346
1998 4776
1999 5084
2000 5330
2001 5565
2002 6057
2003 6759
2004 6846
2005 8008
2006 9129
2007 9454
2008 10706
2009 11856
2010 12648
2011 14016
2012 14764
2013 14546
2014 14077
2015 13963
2016 13415
2017 13312
2018 12950
2019 6837
2020 88
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Distribution and persistence of Staphylococcus and Micrococcus species and other aerobic bacteria on human skin.
Kloos WE and Musselwhite MS. Appl Microbiol 1975. PMID 810086 Free PMC article.
The districution of Staphylococcus and Micrococcus species and associated coryneform bacteria, Acinetobacter, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Bacillus, and Streptomyces on skin was determined during October 1971 from samples collected on persons living in North Carolina and New Jersey. ...Staphylococci and coryneforms were the most predominant and persistent bacteria isolated from the nares and axillae. Staphylococci, coryneforms, micrococci, and Bacillus were the most predominant and persistent bacteria isolated from the head, legs, and arms. ...
The districution of Staphylococcus and Micrococcus species and associated coryneform bacteria, Acinetobacter, Klebsiella, Enterobacte …
Exploring the microbiome of the "star" freshwater diatom Asterionella formosa in a laboratory context
Kojadinovic-Sirinelli M, et al. Environ Microbiol 2018. PMID 30063098
Most of our knowledge on the mechanisms underlying diatom-bacterial interactions has been acquired through studies involving isolation of culturable partners. ...About 60% of the bacteria, phylogenetically diverse, could metabolize glycolate. The capacity to synthesize molecules such as B vitamins appeared unevenly distributed among bacteria. ...
Most of our knowledge on the mechanisms underlying diatom-bacterial interactions has been acquired through studies involving isolation
The microbial contamination and the presence of β-lactamase producing Gram-negative bacteria in the water and on the surfaces of public recreation water facilities.
Godič Torkar K and Dražetić M. Int J Environ Health Res 2017. PMID 28631499
ESBL- and MBL-producing Gram-negative bacteria isolated from water and surface samples were also studied. The water samples were satisfactory in 31 (86.1 %) out of 36 cases. ...It is necessary to implement new approaches to monitoring resistant bacteria, not only clinical ones but also those found in other public environments....
ESBL- and MBL-producing Gram-negative bacteria isolated from water and surface samples were also studied. The water samples were sati …
A fully automated microfluidic-based electrochemical sensor for real-time bacteria detection.
Altintas Z, et al. Biosens Bioelectron 2018. PMID 28992610
Our custom-designed biosensor is capable of detecting bacteria with high sensitivity and specificity, and can serve as a promising tool for pathogen detection....
Our custom-designed biosensor is capable of detecting bacteria with high sensitivity and specificity, and can serve as a promising to …
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