Authors:A. Pietrusińska, J. Czembor and P. Czembor
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Authors:Asieh Taji, Hamid Heidari, Hadi Sedigh Ebrahim-Saraie, Jamal Sarvari and Mohammad Motamedifar
Multiple drug-resistant enterococci are the major cause of healthcare-associated infections due to their virulence and antibiotic resistance traits [ 1 – 4 ]. They are considered as critical agent for the
Authors:Hans Kollenda, Hagen Frickmann, Rania Ben Helal, Dorothea Franziska Wiemer, Habiba Naija, Mohamed Sélim El Asli, Melanie Egold, Joachim Jakob Bugert, Susann Handrick, Roman Wölfel, Farouk Barguellil and Mohamed Ben Moussa
on prevalent resistance mechanisms helps to mitigate the resistance problem by allowing a sound choice of first line antibiotic drugs as demonstrated on a Tunisian intensive care unit (ICU) during a study from 2006 [ 2 ]. Starting in the 1980s, the
Authors:Adrienn Hanczvikkel, Miklós Füzi, Erika Ungvári and Ákos Tóth
treatment of K. pneumoniae infections has been complicated by the emergence of extensive antimicrobial resistance (AMR). In the past two decades, several important, horizontally spreading AMR genes were detected in this species: extended-spectrum β