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    November 2022
  1. LOFGREN LA, Ross BS, Cramer RA, Stajich JE, et al
    The pan-genome of Aspergillus fumigatus provides a high-resolution view of its population structure revealing high levels of lineage-specific diversity driven by recombination.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001890.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2022
  2. CROOK DW, Rodrigues C, Ismail NA, Mistry N, et al
    Genome-wide association studies of global Mycobacterium tuberculosis resistance to 13 antimicrobials in 10,228 genomes identify new resistance mechanisms.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001755.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  3. 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


  4. SUTAR Y, Nabeela S, Singh S, Alqarihi A, et al
    Niclosamide-loaded nanoparticles disrupt Candida biofilms and protect mice from mucosal candidiasis.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001762.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  5. TEN BOSCH Q, Andrianaivoarimanana V, Ramasindrazana B, Mikaty G, et al
    Analytical framework to evaluate and optimize the use of imperfect diagnostics to inform outbreak response: Application to the 2017 plague epidemic in Madagascar.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001736.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2022
  6. LADNER JT, Palmer JM, Ettinger CL, Stajich JE, et al
    The population genetics of the causative agent of snake fungal disease indicate recent introductions to the USA.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001676.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  7. ZARRELLA TM, Khare A
    Systematic identification of molecular mediators of interspecies sensing in a community of two frequently coinfecting bacterial pathogens.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001679.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2022
  8. SEO H, Kim S, Mahmud HA, Islam MI, et al
    A novel class of antimicrobial drugs selectively targets a Mycobacterium tuberculosis PE-PGRS protein.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001648.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    April 2022
  9. CIESIELSKI HM, Nishida H, Takano T, Fukuhara A, et al
    Erebosis, a new cell death mechanism during homeostatic turnover of gut enterocytes.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001586.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    March 2022
  10. SANG Y, Ren J, Aballay A
    The transcription factor HLH-26 controls probiotic-mediated protection against intestinal infection through up-regulation of the Wnt/BAR-1 pathway.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001581.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2022
  11. JOYCE LR, Manzer HS, da C Mendonca J, Villarreal R, et al
    Identification of a novel cationic glycolipid in Streptococcus agalactiae that contributes to brain entry and meningitis.
    PLoS Biol. 2022;20:e3001555.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    November 2021
  12. BHAMIDIMARRI SP, Young TR, Shanmugam M, Soderholm S, et al
    Acquisition of ionic copper by the bacterial outer membrane protein OprC through a novel binding site.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001446.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    September 2021
  13. CAPPELLETTI M, Presicce P, Feiyang M, Senthamaraikannan P, et al
    The induction of preterm labor in rhesus macaques is determined by the strength of immune response to intrauterine infection.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001385.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2021
  14. SUEIRO-OLIVARES M, Scott J, Gago S, Petrovic D, et al
    Fungal and host protein persulfidation are functionally correlated and modulate both virulence and antifungal response.
    PLoS Biol. 2021;19:e3001247.
    PubMed     Abstract available


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