Martin C Konnerth

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The vast majority of systemic bacterial infections are caused by facultative, often antibiotic-resistant, pathogens colonizing human body surfaces. Nasal carriage of Staphylococcus aureus predisposes to invasive infection, but the mechanisms that permit or interfere with pathogen colonization are largely unknown. Whereas soil microbes are known to compete(More)
In the interests of transparency, in this Article we wish to amend the competing financial interests statement to read: “Tuebingen University has filed a provisional patent application that covers the compound lugdunin and derivatives thereof, as well as the application of lugdunin-producing bacteria for the prevention of bacterial infections (European(More)
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