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Acinetobacter Infections

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Acinetobacter infections have become common in hospitalized patients, especially in the intensive care unit setting and are difficult to treat due to their propensity to develop antimicrobial drug resistance. Discover the latest research on Acinetobacter Infections here.

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Novel genes required for surface-associated motility in Acinetobacter baumannii

bioRxivMarch 18, 2020
Ulrike BlaschkeGottfried Wilharm
Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology : the Official Journal of the Society of Hospital Epidemiologists of America

A systematic review of the effectiveness of cohorting to reduce transmission of healthcare-associated C. difficile and multidrug-resistant organisms

Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology : the Official Journal of the Society of Hospital Epidemiologists of AmericaMarch 29, 2020
Cybele L AbadNasia Safdar

Monoclonal Antibodies as an Antibacterial Approach Against Bacterial Pathogens

AntibioticsApril 5, 2020
Daniel V Zurawski, Molly K McLendon
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

6-Arylmethylidene Penicillin-based Sulfone Inhibitors for Repurposing Antibiotic Efficiency in Priority Pathogens

Journal of Medicinal ChemistryMarch 21, 2020
Diana RodríguezConcepción González-Bello
Iranian Journal of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology

In Silico Design and Evaluation of Acinetobacter baumannii Outer Membrane Protein a Antigenic Peptides As Vaccine Candidate in Immunized Mice

Iranian Journal of Allergy, Asthma, and ImmunologyApril 5, 2020
Kobra MehdinejadianiNariman Mosaffa
Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine = Chung I Tsa Chih Ying Wen Pan

Phytochemical screening, antioxidant and antibacterial properties of daphne mucronata

Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine = Chung I Tsa Chih Ying Wen PanMarch 19, 2020
Lutfullah GhosiaHaider Jamila

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