Poster Presentation Australian Society for Microbiology Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

UPEC Pathway to Chronicity: Bacterial Strain and Host Differences Determine Chronic Outcomes (#223)

Michelle N Chamoun 1 , Matthew J Sullivan 1 , Deepak S Ipe 1 , Mark A Schembri 2 3 , Glen C Ulett 1
  1. School of Medical Science, Menzies health institute Queensland, Griffith Univerisity, Southport, Queensland, Australia
  2. School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  3. Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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