The high persister phenotype of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is associated with increased fitness and persistence in cystic fibrosis airways

Biljana Mojsoska, David R. Cameron, Jennifer A. Bartell, Janus A.J. Haagensen, Lea M. Sommer, Kim Lewis, Søren Molin, Helle Krogh Johansen

Publikation: Working paperForskningpeer review

OriginalsprogEngelsk
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StatusAfsendt - 7 okt. 2019

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Mojsoska, Biljana ; Cameron, David R. ; Bartell, Jennifer A. ; Haagensen, Janus A.J. ; Sommer, Lea M. ; Lewis, Kim ; Molin, Søren ; Johansen, Helle Krogh. / The high persister phenotype of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is associated with increased fitness and persistence in cystic fibrosis airways. 2019.
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