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03 October 2022 - EA01
Time to change the complicated urinary tract infection primary endpoint? The problem and a potential solution
03 October 2022 - EA02
Population pharmacokinetics of apramycin to support prediction of efficacious dose with first-in-human trial data
13 September 2022 - P4-1
Transmission of clones and plasmids carrying resistances to critically important antibiotics within and between hospitalized dogs and their environment
13 September 2022 - P5-1
Building a k-mer based GWAS pipeline to identify genome rearrangement associations
13 September 2022 - P2-1
Impact of COVID-19 on infection control measures regarding transmission of carbapenem resistant Acinetobacter baumannii
13 September 2022 - P1-1
Herding the LMAS: Evaluating metagenomic long and short de novo assembly
13 September 2022 - P6-1
Antibiotic susceptibility profiles of Streptococcus pyogenes isolated from invasive and non-invasive infections in a low-resourced setting: Findings from the AFROStrep Study
19 October 2021 - 1
COVID-19: An opportunity to define zoonosis
11 July 2021 - 618
Mannitol salt agar auris: a useful medium for differentiating Candida auris
11 July 2021 - 1
Association between sexually transmitted infections and female reproductive tract diseases: findings from a case-control study in Southeast China
06 September 2018 - 1
Potential of Marine Actinomycetes for the Reduction of Biofilm Formation
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