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  • Wurpel, Dj; Beatson, S.; Totsika, M; Schembri, Mark; Petty, Nico (Public Library Science, 2013)
    Chaperone-usher (CU) fimbriae are adhesive surface organelles common to many Gram-negative bacteria. Escherichia coli genomes contain a large variety of characterised and putative CU fimbrial operons, however, the ...
  • Petty, Nico; Ben Zakour, Nouri; Stanton-Cook, Mitchell; Skippington, Elizabeth; Totsika, Makrina; Forde, Brian; Phan, Minh-Duy; Gomes Moriel, Danilo; Peters, Kate; Davies, Mark; Rogers, Benjamin; Dougan, Gordon; Rodriguez-Ba?O, Jesus; Pascual, Alvaro; Pitout, Johann; Upton, Mathew; Paterson, David; Walsh, Timothy; Schembri, Mark; Beatson, Scott (Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2014)
    Escherichia coli sequence type 131 (ST131) is a globally disseminated, multidrug resistant (MDR) clone responsible for a high proportion of urinary tract and bloodstream infections. The rapid emergence and successful spread ...
  • Totsika, M; Beatson, S.; Sarkar, S; Phan, Md; Bachmann, N; Szubert, M; Sidjabat, He; Paterson, Dl; Upton, M; Schembri, Mark; Petty, Nico (Public Library Science, 2011)
    Escherichia coli strains causing urinary tract infection (UTI) are increasingly recognized as belonging to specific clones. E. coli clone O25b:H4-ST131 has recently emerged globally as a leading multi-drug resistant pathogen ...
  • Wilksch, Jonathan; Yang, Ji; Clements, Abigail; Gabbe, Jacinta; Short, Kirsty; Cao, Hanwei; James, Catherine; Whitchurch, Cynthia; Schembri, Mark; Chuah, Mary; Liang, Zha0-Xun; Wijburg, Odilia; Jenney, Adam; Lithgow, Trevor; Strugnell, Richard; Cavaliere, Rosy (Public Library Science, 2011)
    Klebsiella pneumoniae causes significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, particularly amongst hospitalized individuals. The principle mechanism for pathogenesis in hospital environments involves the formation of biofilms, ...