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The pathogenesis of Staphylococcus epidermidis is thought to be based on its capacity to colonize medical devices by forming a biofilm. Biofilm formation is in part mediated by the polysaccharide(More)
Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis are the microorganisms most frequently seen in periprosthetic infections (PPI) with the capacity of forming biofilm. To find potential antigens(More)
The combined effects of temperature (2–46°C) and pH (1.55–6.25) on the growth of Candida pelliculosa isolated from guava nectar produced in Cameroon were studied using a turbidity method, ie(More)
Growth curve data which had been fitted by use of the Gompertz and logistic functions have permitted the development of mathematical models to describe the growth of a Pectinatus sp. by several(More)