Evolution And Virulence


Fighting antibiotic resistance using pulsed treatment regimes

Vaccines prevail as drug treatments fail

Antibiotic overuse for middle ear infections

Using different chemotherapy strategies to reduce drug resistance and save lives

Evidence that malaria competition between strains is influenced by resource availability

Pathogen variation is influenced by genetic drift across multiple biological scales

Parasite traits have a greater impact on infection dynamics than parasite intensity

The challenge of polio eradication

New targets for malaria vaccines

Student Profile: Mareks Disease

Student Profile: Malaria vaccines

Integrated vector control

Developing Malaria Vaccines

Growth kinetics and virulence in entomopathogenic fungi

Genetic resistance to a usually lethal viral infection is found in a wild relative of tomato

In the war against drug resistant parasites, the big guns can backfire.

Leaky vaccines promote the transmission of more virulent virus

All together, now!

Jump-starting host evolution: Recent integration of a retrovirus into the mule deer genome

Whole-genome analysis sheds light on influenza virus evolution

Why biological diversity may be good for your health

Recombination helps virus jump species?

Rapid rise of antiviral resistance in influenza not caused by drug selection pressure

Rapid evolution in a DNA virus

Parasites and climate change

Influenza evolution: the importance of chance processes

Influenza evolution and epidemic dynamics

Evolution and emergence of Bordetella in humans

Dengue evolution: viral diversity in the Americas

Dengue viral diversity affected by prevalence of "competing" serotypes?

Considering drug resistance in aggressive treatment strategies

Ribosomes as key to stopping bacteria

Acellular pertussis vaccination enhances B. parapertussis colonization

Avian influenza virus evolves rapidly in wild birds

Antibiotic Resistance: A Primer and Call to Action

Identification of microbial communities using meta-transcriptomics

Novel hepatitis-like viruses discovered in wild rodents, raising hopes for laboratory models of huma

Malaria parasites can become more virulent in vaccinated hosts