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Listeria monocytogenes

Rees, C., Doyle, L., & Taylor, C. (2017)
Listeria monocytogenes. In Foodborne Diseases, 253-276. (3rd). Elsevier. doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-385007-2.00012-7
Listeria monocytogenes was first described in 1923. Before 1982, L. monocytogenes was recognized as a cause of abortions and encephalitis in many animals (particularly cattle ...

Chapter Five - Microsatellites for Microbiologists

Chapter Five - Microsatellites for Microbiologists.
Abstract Microsatellites are repeating sequences of 2–6 base pairs of DNA. Currently, they are used as molecular markers in many organisms, specifically in genetic studies ana...

Lactobacillus helveticus ATCC15009 as a host for native and conjugative plasmid DNA.

Thompson, K., Collins, M. A., & Foley, S. (2002)
Lactobacillus helveticus ATCC15009 as a host for native and conjugative plasmid DNA. In S. G. Pandalai (Ed.), Recent Research Developments in Plasmid Biology, 55-74. Research Signpost/Transworld Research Network
The plasmid complement of Lactobacillus helveticus ATCC15009 (plasmids pLH1, pLH2 and pLH3) has been sequenced and is being analysed for functional properties. Sequences used ...

Enterococci as emerging pathogens of humans

Morrison, D., Woodford, N., & Cookson, B. D. (1996)
Enterococci as emerging pathogens of humans. In D. Stewart-Tull (Ed.), The Biology of Streptococci and EnterococciLondon: Wiley-Blackwell

The Enterococci.

Morrison, D. (2001)
The Enterococci. In M. Sussman (Ed.), Molecular Medical Microbiology, 921-936. Academic Press
Enterococci have long been known to cause community acquired infections, such as urinary tract infection and endocarditis. The lack of uniformly effective antimicrobial therap...

Streptococci and Related Organism.

Colman, G., Efstratiou, A., & Morrison, D. (1992)
Streptococci and Related Organism. In R. G. Board, D. Jones, & F. A. Skinner (Eds.), Identification Methods in Applied and Environmental MicrobiologyWiley-Blackwell