Barbara Boldin

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Nosocomial bacterial infections in critically ill patients are generally preceded by asymptomatic carriage (i.e. colonization) at one, or even several, body sites such as the skin, the gastro-intestinal and the respiratory tract. Different routes of transmission between the colonized sites create a complex epidemiology, which is additionally complicated by(More)
In this paper we study deterministic, finite dimensional, continuous, as well as discrete time population invasion models. The ability of a newly introduced population, either a new species or a reproductively isolated subpopulation of one of the already present species, to settle in the community relies upon the basic reproduction ratio of the invader, R(More)
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