Giulio Renzini

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Late-onset infections of synthetic vascular grafts (LO-SVGIs) are generally caused by staphylococci that produce a slime polysaccharide and grow as a biofilm on the graft surface. We developed an ELISA to detect serum antibodies against staphylococcal slime polysaccharide antigens (SSPA). Patients with an ongoing staphylococcal LO-SVGI had greater titres of(More)
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