Burkholderia Pseudomallei

October 19, 2021

Co-evolutionary signals identify Burkholderia pseudomallei survival strategies in a hostile environment.

Molecular Biology and Evolution
Claire ChewapreechaJukka Corander
October 19, 2021
Open Access

Interactions Between Pathogenic Burkholderia and the Complement System: A Review of Potential Immune Evasion Mechanisms.

Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology
Irum Syed, R Mark Wooten
October 15, 2021
Case Report

Melioidosis-related mycotic aneurysm: Three cases.

Tan Kok TongBenjamin Leong Dak Keung
September 29, 2021

Melioidosis: A 5-year Review from a Single Institution in Pondicherry.

The Journal of the Association of Physicians of India
Gadadhar Sharma, Stalin Viswanathan
September 28, 2021

Human Melioidosis Caused by Novel Transmission of Burkholderia pseudomallei from Freshwater Home Aquarium, United States1.

Emerging Infectious Diseases
Patrick DawsonJohanna S Salzer
September 27, 2021

Engineered porous/hollow Burkholderia pseudomallei loading tumor lysate as a vaccine.

Feng-Ying HuangGuang-Hong Tan
September 20, 2021
Open Access

Curcumin-meropenem synergy in carbapenem resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae curcumin-meropenem synergy.

Iranian Journal of Microbiology
Dumrul GülenBetül Günaydın
September 16, 2021

Cohort profile: a migratory cohort study of US Marines who train in Australia.

BMJ Open
Alyssa Chan-CuzydloKevin L Schully
September 11, 2021
Open Access

New auranofin analogs with antibacterial properties against Burkholderia clinical isolates

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
D. MaydaniukSilvia T Cardona
September 11, 2021
Case Report

It is tuberculosis or melioidosis? A clinical diagnostic dilemma.

The Medical Journal of Malaysia
N A JamaniY Yatim
September 4, 2021

No hints for abundance of Bacillus anthracis and Burkholderia pseudomallei in 100 environmental samples from Cameroon.

European Journal of Microbiology & Immunology
Hagen Frickmann, Sven Poppert

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