ASM Microbe 2017 Coverage
Cal-State researchers set out to quantify how much antibiotic resistant bacteria is on produce and in dairy products we eat every day. They learned there's quite a bit— but is it likely to make us sick?
An expert interview on recent developments in molecular point-of-care and near-patient testing for infectious diseases.
In recent years, Staphlococcus aureus infections have been more susceptible to key antibiotics.
A new enhanced technique for urine culture detects over twice as many pathogens as standard urine culture in women with symptoms of urinary tract infection.
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