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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Ralf Ignatius, Christiane Berg, Chris Weiland, Angela Darmer, Thilo Wenzel, Marion Lorenz, Jörg Fuhrmann, and Michael Müller

Introduction Since Helicobacter pylori infection may cause significant complications, e.g., peptic ulcer disease, carcinoma, or mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma, its accurate diagnosis is relevant. Diagnostic tests

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, which might be fatal if left untreated [ 7 ]. In order to prevent scurvy, a low daily dose of 10 mg is needed [ 25 ]. Individuals with scurvy exhibit down-regulated immune responses [ 26 ] and are hence highly susceptible towards infections [ 2 , 17

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) 10. Lodinová-Zádníková R , Sonnenborn U , Tlaskalová H : Probiotics and E. coli infections in man . Vet Q 20 Suppl 3 , S78 – 81 ( 1998

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Introduction Sepsis is the constellation of symptoms and signs occurring when an infection leads to a systemic inflammatory response, organ failure, and death. Despite progress in antibiotic therapy and in resuscitative

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infections. In the course of the commercialized use of antibiotic compounds global health is now being challenged with another upcoming threat given that the emergence of multi-drug resistant (MDR) bacterial pathogens can be found not only in the hospital

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for different body fluids and germs in general, they protect patients and surgical staff [ 2 , 3 ]. Although the infection rate, e.g., joint replacement or restoring joint interventions, remained steady in recent years [ 4 ], increasing numbers of

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31 60 Sprengel, G., Lüchtenberg, H. (1991) Infection by endoparasites reduces maximum swimming speed of European smelt Osmerus eperlanus and European eel, Anguilla anguilla

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. Ghedin E , Fitch A , Boyne A , Griesemer S , DePasse J et al.: Mixed infection and the genesis of influenza virus diversity . J Virol 83 , 8832 – 8841 ( 2009 ) 28

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Ueki, S. and Citovsky, V. (2005): Arrest in viral transport as the basis for plant resistance to infection. In: G. Loebenstein and J. P. Carr (eds). Natural Resistance Mechanisms to Viruses in Plants. Springer Verlag (in press

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-Boguta , M. , Czembor , H.J. , Nadolska-Orczyk , A. 2010 . Spatiotemporal patterns of oxidative burst and micronecrosis in resistance of wheat to brown rust infection . Plant Pathol . 59 : 567 – 575

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