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Bacterial vaginosis – a microbiological and immunological enigma
The development of bacterial vaginosis (BV) among women of childbearing age and the resulting quantitative and qualitative shift from normally occurring lactobacilli in the vagina to a mixture ofExpand
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Characterization and distribution of Pasteurella species recovered from infected humans.
During a 3-year period, all Pasteurella strains recovered at the Clinical Microbiological Laboratory, Lund, Sweden, were studied biochemically with respect to their relationship to the recentlyExpand
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Bacterial vaginosis and vaginal microorganisms in idiopathic premature labor and association with pregnancy outcome.
The vaginal microflora of 49 women in idiopathic preterm labor was compared with that of 38 term controls to determine whether the presence of bacterial vaginosis (BV) and/or specific microorganismsExpand
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Biofilm formation by Propionibacterium acnes is a characteristic of invasive isolates.
Propionibacterium acnes is a common and probably underestimated cause of delayed joint prosthesis infection. Bacterial biofilm formation is central in the pathogenesis of infections related toExpand
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Protein L, a bacterial immunoglobulin-binding protein and possible virulence determinant
Protein L, an immunoglobulin kappa light chain-binding protein, is expressed on the surfaces of certain strains of Peptostreptococcus magnus. Thirty strains of P. magnus were isolated from clinicalExpand
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Recovery of Clostridium difficile from children.
The occurrence of Clostridium difficile in faecal specimens of 218 children, aged 2 weeks to 15 years, was studied. The organism was recovered from 43 (20%) of the children (range 2 weeks to 10Expand
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Sensory irritation and pulmonary irritation of cumene and n-propanol: mechanisms of receptor activation and desensitization.
Cumene and n-propanol, model substances for alcohols and alkylbenzenes, were investigated for sensory irritation in mice. The concentrations within the first 2 min. depressing the respiratory rate byExpand
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The bacterial flora of the genitourinary tract in healthy fertile men.
The clinical significance of microorganisms in semen is unclear, as they may signify contamination rather than infection. Specimens from six locations in 97 healthy men scheduled for vasectomy wereExpand
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Propyl ether. II. Pulmonary irritation and anaesthesia.
After cessation of the sensory irritation response, described in part one (Nielsen et al. 1985), a mixed response due to pulmonary irritation and anaesthesia appeared, resulting a decrease inExpand
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Sensory irritation and pulmonary irritation by airborne allyl acetate, allyl alcohol, and allyl ether compared to acrolein.
The propene derivatives, allyl acetate, allyl alcohol, allyl ether, and acrolein were investigated for their property as sensory irritant in Ssc:CF-1 mice. The concentration of the chemicalsExpand
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