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Detection of Staphylococcus Aureus Among Coagulase Positive Staphylococci from Animal Origin Based on Conventional and Molecular Methods

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Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Streptococci Most Frequently Isolated from Czech Dairy Cows with Mastitis

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The Evaluation of Brucella Spp. Isolation Rates in Ruminant Abortion Cases by Using Different Selective Media

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Crossing the Blood-Brain Barrier by Neuroinvasive Pathogens

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Advances in research on influencing factors of hepatitis B virus infection caused by blood transfusions

Transfusion Infectivity 2.1 Effects of HBV Genotype According to their entire gene sequences, differences among various HBV strains reach >8%, and to date, 10 genotypes (from A to J) have been discovered. Evidence indicates that different HBV genotypes lead to different HBV infectivities through blood transfusions. Using experiments on gorillas infected with HBV, the American group Hsia et al . [ 4 ] proved that for different genotypes, 50% chimp infectious dose (CID 50 ) of HBV differs. The C genotype spans three genome equivalents (geq, D genotype totals 78 geq

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Detection of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae ApxIV toxin antibody in serum and oral fluid specimens from pigs inoculated under experimental conditions

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Reviews of Research on the Relationship between Oral Helicobacter pylori and H. pylori Infection

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Liposomal-lipopolysaccharide vaccine extracted from Proteus mirabilis induces moderate TLR4 and CD14 production

REFERENCES 1. Hegazy WAH. Diclofenac inhibits virulence of Proteus mirabilis isolated from diabetic foot ulcer. Afr J Microbiol. Res. 2016;10:733-43. 2. Schaffer JN, Pearson MM. Proteus mirabilis and urinary tract infections. J Microbiol Spect. 2015;3(5). 3. Brzozowska E, Pyra A, Pawlik K, Janik M, Górska S., Urbańska N. Hydrolytic activity determination of tail tubular Protein A of Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteriophages towards saccharide substrates. J Sci Rep. 2017;7(1):18048. 4. Brotzki CR, Mergenhagen KA,, Bulman ZP, Tsuji BT

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Antibacterial activity of Tribulus terrestris methanol extract against clinical isolates of Escherichia coli

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Glycyrrhetinic acid and its derivatives in infectious diseases

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