Staphylococcal response to oxidative stress

@inproceedings{Gaupp2012StaphylococcalRT,
  title={Staphylococcal response to oxidative stress},
  author={Rosmarie Gaupp and Nagender Ledala and Greg A Somerville},
  booktitle={Front. Cell. Inf. Microbio.},
  year={2012}
}
Staphylococci are a versatile genus of bacteria that are capable of causing acute and chronic infections in diverse host species. The success of staphylococci as pathogens is due in part to their ability to mitigate endogenous and exogenous oxidative and nitrosative stress. Endogenous oxidative stress is a consequence of life in an aerobic environment; whereas, exogenous oxidative and nitrosative stress are often due to the bacteria's interaction with host immune systems. To overcome the… CONTINUE READING

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