TITLE: Natural population dynamics and expansion of pathogenic clones of Staphylococcus aureusAuthor Contact: Damian C. Melles, Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Phone: 31-10-463-3510, Fax: 31-10-463-3875, E-mail:.View PDF of this article at: – from 05:00 U.S. EST Wednesday December 2004,, a PDF of the article at:accompanying commentary: TITLE: The Staphylococcus aureus superbug AUTHOR CONTACT: Timothy J.
Aureus superbugs raging – dangerous strains with may be associated more invasive disease. – In December issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, examined Damian Melles and colleagues at the University Medical Center Rotterdam 829 S. Aureus strains from healthy donors from the city of Rotterdam. The genetic relatedness of the strains compared and showed the existence of 3 major and 2 minor genetic clusters. These clusters corresponded prevailing genetic groups in a similar analysis in the United in the United Kingdom identified, indicating that the same that the same clonal lines of the organism appears to be in two different geographical locations dominant. Surprisingly, during the 2003 UK-based study found no evidence of hypervirulent clones or superbugs with a particularly invasive forms of the disease, Melles et al assocated.– Yellow / OrangeSmile: waiting list view more carrots, winter pumpkins, sweet potatoes, oranges and grapefruit for corn and of bananas.
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