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Bacterial biofllms: resistance to antimicrobial agents J Anlimicrob Chemother 1996; 37: 1047–1050

Sensitivity of bacterial coaggregation to chelating agents

Signaling between bacterial and fungal biocontrol agents in a strain mixture

Development and Spread of Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobial Agents: An Overview

Reversing methicillin resistance in MRSA using a bacterial transforming agent

Transmission of Bacterial Agents from Lone Star Ticks to White-Tailed Deer

Bacterial protein HU dictates the morphology of DNA condensates produced by crowding agents and polyamines

Antibiotic Resistance of Bacterial Agents Isolated in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Eastern Turkey

Non-target effects of bacterial biological control agents suppressing root pathogenic fungi

Veterinary use of antimicrobial agents and problems of resistance in human bacterial infections.

AgentCell: a digital single-cell assay for bacterial chemotaxis

Recommended Design Features of Future Clinical Trials of Antibacterial Agents for Hospital-Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia and Ventilator-Associated Bacterial Pneumonia

CD28 Homodimer Interface Mimetic Peptide Acts as a Preventive and Therapeutic Agent in Models of Severe Bacterial Sepsis and Gram-Negative Bacterial Peritonitis

Increasing survival and efficacy of a bacterial biocontrol agent of fire blight of rosaceous plants by means of osmoadaptation

Human Behaviors Elevating Exposure to Ixodes pacificus (Acari: Ixodidae) Nymphs and Their Associated Bacterial Zoonotic Agents in a Hardwood Forest

Bacterial infections during immunosuppression—inmmunosuppressive agents interfere not only with immune response, but also with polymorphonuclear cell function

Bacterial infections during immunosuppression—inmmunosuppressive agents interfere not only with immune response, but also with polymorphonuclear cell function

 

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A live pathogenic organism that can cause disease, illness, or death.

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