The Success of Acinetobacter Species; Genetic, Metabolic and Virulence Attributes

@inproceedings{Peleg2012TheSO,
  title={The Success of Acinetobacter Species; Genetic, Metabolic and Virulence Attributes},
  author={Anton Y. Peleg and Anna de Breij and Mark D. Adams and Gustavo Maia Cerqueira and Stefano Mocali and Marco Galardini and Peter H Nibbering and Ashlee M Earl and Doyle V. Ward and David L Paterson and Harald Seifert and Lenie Dijkshoorn},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
An understanding of why certain Acinetobacter species are more successful in causing nosocomial infections, transmission and epidemic spread in healthcare institutions compared with other species is lacking. We used genomic, phenotypic and virulence studies to identify differences between Acinetobacter species. Fourteen strains representing nine species were examined. Genomic analysis of six strains showed that the A. baumannii core genome contains many genes important for diverse metabolism… CONTINUE READING
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