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1945 8
1946 13
1947 32
1948 36
1949 22
1950 34
1951 48
1952 42
1953 43
1954 25
1955 25
1956 19
1957 28
1958 23
1959 23
1960 35
1961 31
1962 46
1963 89
1964 165
1965 146
1966 105
1967 139
1968 182
1969 169
1970 159
1971 165
1972 167
1973 180
1974 211
1975 187
1976 121
1977 123
1978 136
1979 139
1980 143
1981 150
1982 172
1983 172
1984 141
1985 169
1986 200
1987 402
1988 482
1989 485
1990 552
1991 606
1992 644
1993 670
1994 748
1995 723
1996 835
1997 788
1998 793
1999 823
2000 1021
2001 1297
2002 1782
2003 1959
2004 2172
2005 2643
2006 2961
2007 3214
2008 3278
2009 2865
2010 3051
2011 3372
2012 3764
2013 3806
2014 3965
2015 3897
2016 4064
2017 3931
2018 3994
2019 2057
2020 21
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Bacterial biofilm and associated infections.
Jamal M, et al. J Chin Med Assoc 2018 - Review. PMID 29042186 Free article.
Bacterial biofilms are usually pathogenic in nature and can cause nosocomial infections. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) revealed that among all microbial and chronic infections, 65% and 80%, respectively, are associated with biofilm formation. ...In general, bacterial biofilms show resistance against human immune system, as well as against antibiotics. Health related concerns speak loud due to the biofilm potential to cause diseases, utilizing both device-related and non-device-related infections. ...
Bacterial biofilms are usually pathogenic in nature and can cause nosocomial infections. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) reve
Quorum-Sensing Systems as Targets for Antivirulence Therapy
Defoirdt T. Trends Microbiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29132819
Many important plant, animal, and human pathogens regulate virulence by quorum sensing, bacterial cell-to-cell communication with small signal molecules. ...
Many important plant, animal, and human pathogens regulate virulence by quorum sensing, bacterial cell-to-cell communication with sma …
Bacterial Quorum Sensing and Microbial Community Interactions.
Abisado RG, et al. mBio 2018 - Review. PMID 29789364 Free PMC article.
Such studies of quorum sensing as a social behavior have relied on the development of "synthetic ecological" models that use nonclonal bacterial populations. ...The knowledge gained from these lines of investigation has the potential to guide studies of microbial sociality in natural settings and the design of new medicines and therapies to treat bacterial infections....
Such studies of quorum sensing as a social behavior have relied on the development of "synthetic ecological" models that use nonclonal ba
Update on the antibiotic resistance crisis
Rossolini GM, et al. Curr Opin Pharmacol 2014 - Review. PMID 25254623
Antibiotics tend to lose their efficacy over time due to the emergence and dissemination of resistance among bacterial pathogens. ...
Antibiotics tend to lose their efficacy over time due to the emergence and dissemination of resistance among bacterial pathogens. ...
CRISPR-Cas: biology, mechanisms and relevance
Hille F and Charpentier E. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2016 - Review. PMID 27672148 Free PMC article.
This review summarizes major discoveries in the CRISPR-Cas field, discusses the role of CRISPR-Cas in prokaryotic immunity and other physiological properties, and describes applications of the system as a DNA editing technology and antimicrobial agent.This article is part of the themed issue 'The new bacteriology'....
This review summarizes major discoveries in the CRISPR-Cas field, discusses the role of CRISPR-Cas in prokaryotic immunity and other phys
Options and Limitations in Clinical Investigation of Bacterial Biofilms.
Magana M, et al. Clin Microbiol Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29618576 Free PMC article.
The study of bacterial biofilm development has received great interest in the past 20 years and is motivated by the elegant complexity characteristic of these multicellular communities and their role in infectious diseases. ...
The study of bacterial biofilm development has received great interest in the past 20 years and is motivated by the elegant complexit …
Learning
Gunsalus IC. Annu Rev Microbiol 1984 - Review. PMID 6388489
Bacteriolysis
Stolp H and Starr MP. Annu Rev Microbiol 1965 - Review. PMID 5318449
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