Couteaudier, Y., Viaud, M., Riba, G.: Genetic nature, stability, and improved virulence of hybrids from protoplast fusion in Beauveria. Microb Ecol 32 , 1 (1996).
Genetic nature, stability, and improved virulence of hybrids from
Authors:Helen Y. Buse, Frank W. Schaefer III, and Eugene W. Rice
not in Fn; (2) absence of 40+ genes in the Fn genome that is present in LVS and Schu4; and (3) presence of approximately 10 genes and pseudogenes unique to Schu4 that presumably confers greater virulence observed with tularensis strains compared with
Authors:Estera Jachowicz, Monika Pobiega, Anna Różańska, and Jadwiga Wójkowska-Mach
CDI is generally contracted endogenously and by fecal–oral route, primarily through the hands of medical staff [ 1 , 31 ]. C. difficile has many virulence factors, including ability to synthesize toxins A, B and binary toxin (CDT), presence of cilia
related to mainly immunocompromised patients, and a wide range of clinical complications can occur [ 2 ]. The plastic genome of A. baumannii , which mutates rapidly when faced with severe conditions, and fundamental mechanisms of virulence beyond
, opportunistic pathogen with low virulence, mainly implicated in nosocomial outbreaks affecting neonates and immunocompromised patients [ 4 , 5 ]. Most of the affected patients in the literature had severe underlying illnesses (hematological malignancies or