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Environmental stress and evolvability in microbial systems
The evolutionary history of symbiotic associations among bacteria and their animal hosts: a model
Moya, A.; Gil, R.; Latorre, A.
Towards an ecological approach to antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes
Fajardo, A.; Linares, J. F.; Martínez, J. L.
Fungi sensing environmental stress
Alonso-Monge, R.; Román, E.; Arana, D. M.; Pla, J.; Nombela, C.
Antibiotic resistance genes from the environment: a perspective through newly identified antibiotic resistance mechanisms in the clinical setting
Human migration and infectious diseases
Soto, S. M.
The impact of climate on the disease dynamics of cholera
Adaptive drug resistance mediated by root–nodulation–cell division efflux pumps
Daniels, C.; Ramos, J. L.
Tracking human migration patterns through the oral bacterial flora
Caufield, P. W.
Biodiversity loss and the rise of zoonotic pathogens
Ostfeld, R. S.
Genomics in the detection of damage in microbial systems: cell wall stress in yeast
Arroyo, J.; Bermejo, C.; García, R.; Rodríguez-Peña, J. M.
Global regulators and environmental adaptation in Gram-negative pathogens
Dorman, C. J.
Coupled microbial and human systems: evidence for a relationship between infectious disease and gross national product
Bromage, T. G.
Tracking bacterial responses to global warming with an ecotype-based systematics
Cohan, F. M.
Impact of space, time and complex environments on microbial communities
Ramette, A.; Tiedje, J. M.; Boetius, A.
Recombinant bacteria for environmental release: what went wrong and what we have learnt from it
de Lorenzo, V.
Fitness cost of drug resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Drug-resistant human immunodefiency virus
Kozal, M. J.
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