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Year Number of Results
1946 1
1947 3
1948 4
1949 4
1950 8
1951 3
1952 5
1953 12
1954 8
1955 19
1956 17
1957 24
1958 23
1959 16
1960 15
1961 22
1962 20
1963 120
1964 214
1965 201
1966 286
1967 333
1968 465
1969 610
1970 527
1971 710
1972 794
1973 794
1974 919
1975 753
1976 666
1977 662
1978 636
1979 620
1980 712
1981 782
1982 861
1983 981
1984 949
1985 973
1986 1092
1987 1191
1988 1355
1989 1506
1990 1693
1991 2053
1992 2447
1993 2924
1994 3271
1995 3413
1996 3761
1997 3927
1998 4153
1999 4269
2000 4843
2001 5297
2002 4958
2003 5074
2004 5578
2005 5899
2006 6493
2007 7109
2008 7675
2009 7983
2010 8193
2011 8471
2012 8514
2013 8595
2014 8668
2015 8305
2016 8318
2017 8371
2018 8210
2019 4088
2020 104
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Pneumococcal Vaccines
Briles DE, et al. Microbiol Spectr 2019 - Review. PMID 31858954
Expression of a novel class of bacterial Ig-like proteins is required for IncHI plasmid conjugation.
Hüttener M, et al. PLoS Genet 2019. PMID 31527905 Free PMC article.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is currently one of the most important challenges to the treatment of bacterial infections. A critical issue to combat AMR is to restrict its spread. In several instances, bacterial plasmids are involved in the global spread of AMR. Plasmids belonging to the incompatibility group (Inc)HI are widespread in Enterobacteriaceae and most of them express multiple antibiotic resistance determinants. ...
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is currently one of the most important challenges to the treatment of bacterial infections. A critical …
Broad-spectrum resistance to bacterial blight in rice using genome editing.
Oliva R, et al. Nat Biotechnol 2019. PMID 31659337 Free PMC article.
Bacterial blight of rice is an important disease in Asia and Africa. The pathogen, Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo), secretes one or more of six known transcription-activator-like effectors (TALes) that bind specific promoter sequences and induce, at minimum, one of the three host sucrose transporter genes SWEET11, SWEET13 and SWEET14, the expression of which is required for disease susceptibility. ...
Bacterial blight of rice is an important disease in Asia and Africa. The pathogen, Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo), secretes one
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