Birgit Prior

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Bacteria, organized in biofilms, are a common cause of relapsing or persistent infections and the ultimate cause of implant-associated osteomyelitis. Bacterial biofilms initiate a prominent local(More)
T cell activation is invariably associated with virus infections, but activation of T cells is also noted, for example, in patients with persistent bacterial infections with intracellular pathogens(More)
Bacterial biofilms are increasingly recognised as a major cause of persistent infection and destructive inflammatory processes. In patients with biofilm infection, massive infiltration of leukocytes,(More)