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    August 2022
  1. CROOK DW, Peto TEA, Hoosdally SJ, Cruz ALG, et al
    A data compendium associating the genomes of 12,289 Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates with quantitative resistance phenotypes to 13 antibiotics.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001721.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2022
  2. SUN DS, Kissler SM, Kanjilal S, Olesen SW, et al
    Analysis of multiple bacterial species and antibiotic classes reveals large variation in the association between seasonal antibiotic use and resistance.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001579.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    January 2022
  3. STUBENRAUCH CJ, Bamert RS, Wang J, Lithgow T, et al
    A noncanonical chaperone interacts with drug efflux pumps during their assembly into bacterial outer membranes.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001523.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2021
  4. BLACKWELL GA, Hunt M, Malone KM, Lima L, et al
    Exploring bacterial diversity via a curated and searchable snapshot of archived DNA sequences.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001421.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    July 2021
  5. BAND VI, Weiss DS
    Heteroresistance to beta-lactam antibiotics may often be a stage in the progression to antibiotic resistance.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001346.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2021
  6. MANUSE S, Shan Y, Canas-Duarte SJ, Bakshi S, et al
    Bacterial persisters are a stochastically formed subpopulation of low-energy cells.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001194.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2021
  7. MEIRELLES LA, Perry EK, Bergkessel M, Newman DK, et al
    Bacterial defenses against a natural antibiotic promote collateral resilience to clinical antibiotics.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001093.
    PubMed     Abstract available

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