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Regulation of factors contributing to virulence in Escherichia coli
Extraintestinal pathogenic strains of Escherichia coli cause a wide range of diseases including colibacillosis in chickens and urinary tract infections in humans. Persistent infections in E. coli and other gram-negative ...
Adaptation of A/Mallard/Potsdam/178-4/83 (H2N2) in Japanese quail leads to Replication and Transmission in Chickens
Influenza is a single stranded, negative-sense RNA virus with a segmented genome that can infect avian and mammalian species. Influenza viruses from the avian reservoir do not seem to replicate efficiently in humans upon ...