Juan Manuel Anzola

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UNLABELLED Strong evidence supports the idea that fatty acids rather than carbohydrates are the main energy source of Mycobacterium tuberculosis during infection and latency. Despite that important role, a complete scenario of the bacterium's metabolism when lipids are the main energy source is still lacking. Here we report the development of an in vitro(More)
BACKGROUND Changes in respiratory tract microbiota have been associated with diseases such as tuberculosis, a global public health problem that affects millions of people each year. This pilot study was carried out using sputum, oropharynx, and nasal respiratory tract samples collected from patients with pulmonary tuberculosis and healthy control(More)
The taxonomic and phylogenetic classification based on sequence analysis of the ITS1 genomic region has become a crucial component of fungal ecology and diversity studies. Nowadays, there is no accurate alignment-free classification tool for fungal ITS1 sequences for large environmental surveys. This study describes the development of a machine(More)
In the Results and Discussion section (PDF page 3, line 11), TCA should have been introduced as an abbreviation for tricarboxylic acid, not trichloroacetic acid. Erratum for Rodriguez et al., Global adaptation to a lipid environment triggers the dormancy-related phenotype of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This is an open-access article distributed under the(More)
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