Last Posted: Jan 09, 2019
Comparison of Mycobacterium ulcerans (Buruli ulcer) and Leptospira sp. (Leptospirosis) dynamics in urban and rural settings.
Combe Marine et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2019 Jan (1) e0007074
Simplified MLST scheme for direct typing of Leptospira human clinical samples.
Caimi Karina et al. Pathogens and global health 2018 Jul 1-7
Characterization of the clonal subpopulation Fiocruz L1-130 of Leptospira interrogans in rats and dogs from Brazil.
Jaeger Lauren Hubert et al. Journal of medical microbiology 2018 Jul
Diagnosis of Human Leptospirosis in a Clinical Setting: Real-Time PCR High Resolution Melting Analysis for Detection of Leptospira at the Onset of Disease.
Esteves Lisa M et al. Scientific reports 2018 Jun (1) 9213
Quantification of pathogenic Leptospira in the soils of a Brazilian urban slum.
Schneider Andrew G et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2018 Apr (4) e0006415
A comparison of two molecular methods for diagnosing leptospirosis from three different sample types in patients presenting with fever in Laos.
Woods Kate et al. Clinical microbiology and infection : the official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2017 Oct
Rapid, actionable diagnosis of urban epidemic leptospirosis using a pathogenic Leptospira lipL32-based real-time PCR assay.
Riediger Irina N et al. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2017 Sep (9) e0005940
High-Resolution Melting Curve Analysis of the 16S Ribosomal Gene to Detect and Identify Pathogenic and Saprophytic Leptospira Species in Colombian Isolates.
Peláez Sánchez Ronald G et al. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 2017 May (5) 1031-1038
Virulence of the zoonotic agent of leptospirosis: still terra incognita?
Picardeau Mathieu et al. Nature reviews. Microbiology 2017 May (5) 297-307
A Novel Pan-Genome Reverse Vaccinology Approach Employing a Negative-Selection Strategy for Screening Surface-Exposed Antigens against leptospirosis.
Zeng LingBing et al. Frontiers in microbiology 2017 396
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