Andrea Cooper

C Robert Horsburgh1
Marc Tebruegge1
Saul N. Faust1
1C Robert Horsburgh
1Marc Tebruegge
1Saul N. Faust
1Lanbo Shi
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To elucidate the little-known bioenergetic pathways of host immune cells in tuberculosis, a granulomatous disease caused by the intracellular pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis, we characterized infected murine lung tissue by transcriptomic profiling and confocal imaging. Transcriptomic analysis revealed changes of host energy metabolism during the course(More)
Since 2009, the Tuberculosis research community of the Northeast United States has commemorated World TB Day, the anniversary of Robert Koch's discovery in 1882 of the tubercle bacillus with a Scientific Symposium. It seems consistent with the spirit of the day that researchers that have committed their careers to the study of Tuberculosis have an occasion(More)
BACKGROUND Most enterovirus surveillance studies lack detailed clinical data, which limits their clinical usefulness. This study aimed to describe the clinical spectrum and outcome of severe enterovirus infections in children, and to determine whether there are associations between causative enterovirus genotypes and clinical phenotypes. METHODS(More)
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