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Severity of respiratory syncytial virus disease related to type and genotype of virus and to cytokine values in nasopharyngeal secretions.
The severity of disease in patients admitted with acute RSV infections can be correlated to theRSV type as determined by PCR, to the RSV genotype asetermined by nucleic acid restriction analysis and to the ratio IL-6:TNF-alpha in NPS.
A phylogenetic analysis of the boreal lichen Mycoblastus sanguinarius (Mycoblastaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) reveals cryptic clades correlated with fatty acid profiles
Molecular support for the recognition of the Mycoblastus fucatus group as the new genus Violella (Tephromelataceae, Lecanorales)
- T. Spribille, B. Goffinet, B. Klug, L. Muggia, W. Obermayer, H. Mayrhofer
- BiologyThe Lichenologist
- 29 July 2011
Data from ITS rDNA and the genes coding for translation elongation factor 1-α and DNA replication licensing factor mini-chromosome maintenance complex 7 support the distinctness of Mycoblastus s.
Localization of bacteria in lichens from Alpine soil crusts by fluorescence in situ hybridization
Measuring the archaeome: detection and quantification of archaea signatures in the human body
This paper evaluates different methodological set-ups to detect and quantify archaea signatures in human samples using amplicon sequencing and quantitative PCR and proposes two standard procedures that might not only prove useful for analyzing the human archaeome in more detail, but could also be used for other holobionts’ samples.
From Mouth to Model: Combining in vivo and in vitro Oral Biofilm Growth
- B. Klug, E. Santigli, Christian Westendorf, S. Tangl, G. Wimmer, M. Grube
- Medicine, BiologyFront. Microbiol.
- 21 September 2016
The in vitro survival of native primary oral biofilm in its natural complexity over 48 h is demonstrated and offers a baseline for cultivation studies of native oral biofilms in (phyto-) pharmacological and dental materials research.
Exploring the Archaeome: Detection of Archaeal Signatures in the Human Body
This work evaluated methodological set-ups to detect archaea in samples from five different body sites and identified the primer pair combination 344f-1041R/519F-806R which performed superior for the analysis of the archaeome of gastrointestinal tract, oral cavity and skin.
Oral Biofilm Analysis of Palatal Expanders by Fluorescence In-Situ Hybridization and Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy
A pilot study in which oral biofilm samples collected from fixed orthodontic appliances (palatal expanders) were stained by FISH, the objective being to assess the three-dimensional organization of natural biofilm and plaque accumulation.
Oral Biofilm Sampling for Microbiome Analysis in Healthy Children
This article provides a detailed protocol for oral biofilm sampling of the subgingival sulcus, the mucosa, and saliva in children and focuses on the use of paper points forSubgingival sampling.
The fluctuating pattern of various genome types of respiratory syncytial virus in Copenhagen and some other locations in Denmark
- L. Christensen, L. Larsen, A. Hornsleth
- Biology, MedicineAPMIS : acta pathologica, microbiologica, et…
- 1 March 1999
It was shown that the different regions in Denmark to a large extent share the same pool of genome types of RSV, and Group B strains in Copenhagen showed an overall predominance, being predominant in three of the six epidemic seasons studied, and of almost equal predominance in one season.