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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 177
1965 211
1966 225
1967 357
1968 408
1969 421
1970 439
1971 444
1972 444
1973 480
1974 568
1975 412
1976 354
1977 436
1978 477
1979 533
1980 462
1981 451
1982 577
1983 529
1984 580
1985 653
1986 731
1987 919
1988 1074
1989 1104
1990 1179
1991 1302
1992 1304
1993 1313
1994 1432
1995 1409
1996 1543
1997 1549
1998 1638
1999 1656
2000 2024
2001 2645
2002 3580
2003 4184
2004 4412
2005 5056
2006 5565
2007 5998
2008 5973
2009 5414
2010 5969
2011 7107
2012 7706
2013 7748
2014 7904
2015 7624
2016 7704
2017 7772
2018 7785
2019 4032
2020 58
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Environmental factors influencing the development and spread of antibiotic resistance
Bengtsson-Palme J, et al. FEMS Microbiol Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29069382 Free PMC article.
Although mobilization of resistance genes likely occurs continuously, the great majority of such genetic events do not lead to the establishment of novel resistance factors in bacterial populations, unless there is a selection pressure for maintaining them or their fitness costs are negligible. ...
Although mobilization of resistance genes likely occurs continuously, the great majority of such genetic events do not lead to the establish …
Selection and Transmission of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Andersson DI and Hughes D. Microbiol Spectr 2017 - Review. PMID 28752817
Ever since antibiotics were introduced into human and veterinary medicine to treat and prevent bacterial infections there has been a steady selection and increase in the frequency of antibiotic resistant bacteria. ...
Ever since antibiotics were introduced into human and veterinary medicine to treat and prevent bacterial infections there has been a …
Antibiotic treatment of biofilm infections
Ciofu O, et al. APMIS 2017 - Review. PMID 28407419
Bacterial biofilms are associated with a wide range of infections, from those related to exogenous devices, such as catheters or prosthetic joints, to chronic tissue infections such as those occurring in the lungs of cystic fibrosis patients. ...
Bacterial biofilms are associated with a wide range of infections, from those related to exogenous devices, such as catheters or pros
Bacterial resistance in biofilm-associated bacteria.
Venkatesan N, et al. Future Microbiol 2015 - Review. PMID 26517598
Biofilms are structured groups of different bacterial species that are responsible for most chronic and recurrent infections. ...This article discusses the role of various biochemical factors, molecular mechanisms and altered host environment causes associated with bacterial resistance in biofilm. ...
Biofilms are structured groups of different bacterial species that are responsible for most chronic and recurrent infections. ...This …
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.
Ribosome dependence of persister cell formation and resuscitation
Wood TK, et al. J Microbiol 2019 - Review. PMID 30806978
Since most bacterial cells are starving, they must enter a resting stage. Persister is the term used for metabolically-dormant cells that are not spores, and these cells arise from stress such as that from antibiotics as well as that from starvation. ...
Since most bacterial cells are starving, they must enter a resting stage. Persister is the term used for metabolically-dormant cells …
Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization-Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry for the Rapid Detection of Antimicrobial Resistance Mechanisms and Beyond
Oviaño M and Bou G. Clin Microbiol Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 30487165 Free PMC article.
The range of clinical applications of MALDI-TOF MS for bacterial isolates is increasing constantly, from species identification to the two most promising applications in the near future: detection of antimicrobial resistance and strain typing for epidemiological studies. ...Three main approaches are ready (or almost ready) for clinical use, including the detection of antibiotic modifications due to the enzymatic activity of bacteria, the detection of antimicrobial resistance by analysis of the peak patterns of bacteria or mass peak profiles, and the detection of resistance by semiquantification of bacterial growth in the presence of a given antibiotic. ...
The range of clinical applications of MALDI-TOF MS for bacterial isolates is increasing constantly, from species identification to th …
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