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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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-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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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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Introduction Trichomoniasis is the most common non-viral sexually transmitted infection (STI), with an estimated 142.6 million new cases globally in 2012 [ 1 , 2 ]. Trichomonas vaginalis (TV) primarily infects the squamous

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. 49 417 421 Sutherland, M. W. (1991): The generation of oxygen radicals during host plant responses to infection. Physiol. Plant Pathol. 39, 79

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Alberghina, A. (1976): The inhibitory activity of extracts of Chenopodium amaranticolor leaves on the infection by tobacco necrosis virus. Phytopath. Z. 87, 17-27. The inhibitory activity of extracts of Chenopodium amaranticolor

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Introduction Clostridioides (Clostridium) difficile infection (CDI) comprises a wide range of gastrointestinal symptoms, and consumption of antibiotics usually precedes CDI [ 1 ]. While toxigenic culture (TC) and

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