Infections caused by staphylococci.

Abstract

Staphylococci are not highly virulent bacteria. They require a predisposing factor in the host to initiate an infectious process. Primary infections are rare. Typical staphylococcal infections develop on the basis of a locus minoris resistentiae with the subsequent participation of multiple cellular and extracellular staphylococcal factors. A hypothetical… (More)

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