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09 July 2021 - 2010
Validation of APAS independence (CCS) artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to detect MRSA in a routine setup
13 April 2010
Fever in travellers from India and south-eastern Asia
13 April 2010
Fever in travellers from South America
13 April 2010
Fever in travellers from Africa
13 April 2010
Computer-assisted diagnosis of fever in travellers
13 April 2010
Respiratory virus infections
13 April 2010
Management of HCMV infections in haematopoietic stem cell recipients
13 April 2010
Epstein-Barr virus infections
12 April 2010
Zebrafish as an animal model to study TB
12 April 2010
Genomics and therapeutics
12 April 2010
TB – new treatments for the 21st century
11 April 2010
Paleomicrobiology: queries from the past, solutions from the future
11 April 2010
Expanding spectrum of autoinflammatory diseases
11 April 2010
Molecular architecture and antigenic structure of flaviviruses
11 April 2010
Problems with low level resistance against beta-lactams
11 April 2010
Problems with low level resistance against quinolones
11 April 2010
Problems with low level resistance against glycopeptides
11 April 2010
Use of epidemiological cut-off values
11 April 2010
Microbiological identification by routine use of MALDI-TOF
11 April 2010
MALDI-TOF-MS of surface-associated and stable intracellular proteins for identification and resistance profiling of human pathogens
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