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  1. Dissociation between the critical role of ClpB of Francisella tularensis for the heat shock response and the DnaK interaction and its important role for efficient type VI secretion and bacterial virulence
  2. Francisella tularensis: FupA mutation contributes to fluoroquinolone resistance by increasing vesicle secretion and biofilm formation
  3. Gallium Potentiates the Antibacterial Effect of Gentamicin against Francisella tularensis
  4. Microinjection of Francisella tularensis and Listeria monocytogenes Reveals the Importance of Bacterial and Host Factors for Successful Replication
  5. Roles of Reactive Oxygen Species-Degrading Enzymes of Francisella tularensis SCHU S4
  6. Mechanisms of Heme Utilization by Francisella tularensis
  7. Francisella Infections☆
  8. Identification of Mechanisms for Attenuation of the FSC043 Mutant of Francisella tularensis SCHU S4
  9. Models Derived from In Vitro Analyses of Spleen, Liver, and Lung Leukocyte Functions Predict Vaccine Efficacy against the Francisella tularensis Live Vaccine Strain (LVS)
  10. A ΔclpB Mutant of Francisella tularensis Subspecies holarctica Strain, FSC200, Is a More Effective Live Vaccine than F. tularensis LVS in a Mouse Respiratory Challenge Model of Tularemia
  11. Correlates of protection following vaccination of mice with gene deletion mutants of Francisella tularensis subspecies tularensis strain, SCHU S4 that elicit varying degrees of immunity to systemic and respiratory challenge with wild-type bacteria
  12. Importance of PdpC, IglC, IglI, and IglG for Modulation of a Host Cell Death Pathway Induced by Francisella tularensis
  13. The Francisella tularensis LVS ΔpdpC mutant exhibits a unique phenotype during intracellular infection
  14. Francisella tularensis
  15. Unique Substrates Secreted by the Type VI Secretion System of Francisella tularensis during Intramacrophage Infection
  16. Link between intraphagosomal biotin and rapid phagosomal escape in Francisella
  17. Francisella Is Sensitive to Insect Antimicrobial Peptides
  18. Roles for wbtC, wbtI, and kdtA Genes in Lipopolysaccharide Biosynthesis, Protein Glycosylation, Virulence, and Immunogenicity in Francisella tularensis Strain SCHU S4
  19. BALB/c mice, but not C57BL/6 mice immunized with a ΔclpB mutant of Francisella tularensis subspecies tularensis are protected against respiratory challenge with wild-type bacteria: Association of protection with post-vaccination and post-challenge immu...
  20. Francisella Tularensis: Tularemia
  21. DotU and VgrG, Core Components of Type VI Secretion Systems, Are Essential for Francisella LVS Pathogenicity
  22. Francisella tularensis : Tularemia
  23. Signatures of T Cells as Correlates of Immunity to Francisella tularensis
  24. The role of MglA for adaptation to oxidative stress of Francisella tularensis LVS
  25. Administration of a nitric oxide donor inhibits mglA expression by intracellular Francisella tularensis and counteracts phagosomal escape and subversion of TNF-  secretion
  26. IglG and IglI of the Francisella Pathogenicity Island Are Important Virulence Determinants of Francisella tularensis LVS
  27. Persistence of cell-mediated immunity three decades after vaccination with the live vaccine strain of Francisella tularensis
  28. Special Topic on Francisella tularensis and Tularemia
  29. Molecular Detection of PersistentFrancisella tularensisSubspeciesholarcticain Natural Waters
  30. Frontiers Research Topics
  31. Iron Content Differs betweenFrancisella tularensisSubspeciestularensisand SubspeciesholarcticaStrains and Correlates to Their Susceptibility to H2O2-Induced Killing
  32. Molecular Immune Responses to Aerosol Challenge with Francisella tularensis in Mice Inoculated with Live Vaccine Candidates of Varying Efficacy
  33. Objections to the transfer of Francisella novicida to the subspecies rank of Francisella tularensis
  34. Directed Screen of Francisella novicida Virulence Determinants Using Drosophila melanogaster
  35. Francisella tularensis infection
  36. Francisella tularensis infection
  37. Differential ability of novel attenuated targeted deletion mutants of Francisella tularensis subspecies tularensis strain SCHU S4 to protect mice against aerosol challenge with virulent bacteria: Effects of host background and route of immunization
  38. Dissection of the Functions of the IglC Protein of Francisella tularensis
  39. Novel Live Vaccine Candidates Against Airborne Francisella tularensis
  40. The Role of the Francisella Tularensis Pathogenicity Island in Type VI Secretion, Intracellular Survival, and Modulation of Host Cell Signaling
  41. The type IV pilin, PilA, is required for full virulence of Francisella tularensis subspecies tularensis
  42. Effects of climate change on tularaemia disease activity in Sweden
  43. Francisella tularensis vaccines
  44. The 58-Kilodalton Major Virulence Factor of Francisella tularensis Is Required for Efficient Utilization of Iron
  45. Reintroduction of Two Deleted Virulence Loci Restores Full Virulence to the Live Vaccine Strain of Francisella tularensis
  46. Comparative Genomic Characterization of Francisella tularensis Strains Belonging to Low and High Virulence Subspecies
  47. Identification of Genes Contributing to the Virulence of Francisella tularensis SCHU S4 in a Mouse Intradermal Infection Model
  48. A Conserved α-Helix Essential for a Type VI Secretion-Like System of Francisella tularensis
  49. Negotiated Risks
  50. Alloiococcus otitidis-otitis media pathogen or normal bacterial flora?
  51. Drosophila melanogaster as a model for elucidating the pathogenicity of Francisella tularensis
  52. MglA and Igl Proteins Contribute to the Modulation of Francisella tularensis Live Vaccine Strain-Containing Phagosomes in Murine Macrophages
  53. Molecular immunology of experimental primary tularemia in mice infected by respiratory or intradermal routes with type A Francisella tularensis
  54. The heat-shock protein ClpB of Francisella tularensis is involved in stress tolerance and is required for multiplication in target organs of infected mice
  55. Resistance of Francisella tularensis Strains against Reactive Nitrogen and Oxygen Species with Special Reference to the Role of KatG
  56. Francisella Infections
  57. Lack of In Vitro and In Vivo Recognition of Francisella tularensis Subspecies Lipopolysaccharide by Toll-Like Receptors
  58. In vivo proteomic analysis of the intracellular bacterial pathogen, Francisella tularensis, isolated from mouse spleen
  59. Virulence comparison in mice of distinct isolates of type A Francisella tularensis
  60. Intracellular survival mechanisms of Francisella tularensis, a stealth pathogen
  61. Detection of Bacillus anthracis spores in soil by PCR
  62. A Mutant of Francisella tularensis Strain SCHU S4 Lacking the Ability To Express a 58-Kilodalton Protein Is Attenuated for Virulence and Is an Effective Live Vaccine
  63. Francisella tularensis LVS initially activates but subsequently down-regulates intracellular signaling and cytokine secretion in mouse monocytic and human peripheral blood mononuclear cells
  64. The contribution of reactive nitrogen and oxygen species to the killing of Francisella tularensis LVS by murine macrophages
  65. The complete genome sequence of Francisella tularensis, the causative agent of tularemia
  66. Clinical use of a diagnostic PCR for Francisella tularensis in patients with suspected ulceroglandular tularaemia
  67. The development of tools for diagnosis of tularemia and typing of Francisella tularensis
  68. Distinct Roles of Reactive Nitrogen and Oxygen Species To Control Infection with the Facultative Intracellular Bacterium Francisella tularensis
  69. Tularaemia: bioterrorism defence renews interest in Francisella tularensis
  70. Expression of IglC is necessary for intracellular growth and induction of apoptosis in murine macrophages by Francisella tularensis
  71. Francisella Tularensis
  72. Worldwide Genetic Relationships among Francisella tularensis Isolates Determined by Multiple-Locus Variable-Number Tandem Repeat Analysis
  73. Protection Afforded by Heat Shock Protein 60 from Francisella tularensis Is Due to Copurified Lipopolysaccharide
  74. An Attenuated Strain of the Facultative Intracellular Bacterium Francisella tularensis Can Escape the Phagosome of Monocytic Cells
  75. Delineation of the Molecular Mechanisms of Francisella tularensis-Induced Apoptosis in Murine Macrophages
  76. Specific antibodies contribute to the host protection against strains of Francisella tularensis subspecies holarctica
  77. Genome-Wide DNA Microarray Analysis of Francisella tularensis Strains Demonstrates Extensive Genetic Conservation within the Species but Identifies Regions That Are Unique to the Highly Virulent F. tularensis subsp. tularensis
  78. Virulence determinants and protective antigens of Francisella tularensis
  79. Discrimination of Human Pathogenic Subspecies of Francisella tularensis by Using Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism
  80. Francisella tularensis inhibits Toll-like receptor-mediated activation of intracellular signalling and secretion of TNF-alpha and IL-1 from murine macrophages
  81. Structural analysis of Francisella tularensis lipopolysaccharide
  82. In Vitro Susceptibility to Quinolones of Francisella tularensis subspecies tularensis
  83. Preliminary analysis and annotation of the partial genome sequence of Francisella tularensis strain Schu 4
  84. Extensive Allelic Variation among Francisella tularensis Strains in a Short-Sequence Tandem Repeat Region
  85. Ciprofloxacin for Treatment of Tularemia
  86. Francisella tularensis Induces Cytopathogenicity and Apoptosis in Murine Macrophages via a Mechanism That Requires Intracellular Bacterial Multiplication
  87. Sequencing of the Francisella tularensis Strain Schu 4 Genome Reveals the Shikimate and Purine Metabolic Pathways, Targets for the Construction of a Rationally Attenuated Auxotrophic Vaccine
  88. Detection of Bacillus anthracis spores in soil by PCR
  89. Francisella tularensis: Host-parasite interaction
  90. Persistence of Cell-Mediated Immunity and Decline of Humoral Immunity to the Intracellular Bacterium Francisella tularensis 25 Years after Natural Infection
  91. Can weak turbulence give high concentrations of carbon dioxide in baby cribs?
  92. Analysis of 16S Ribosomal DNA Sequences of Francisella Strains and Utilization for Determination of the Phylogeny of the Genus and for Identification of Strains by PCR
  93. The 17 kDa lipoprotein and encoding gene of Francisella tularensis LVS are conserved in strains of Francisella tularensis
  94. Immunization of mice with an attenuated Salmonella typhimurium strain expressing a membrane protein of Francisella tularensis a model for identification of bacterial determinants relevant to the host defence against tularemia
  95. Molecular cloning and expression of a T-cell stimulating membrane protein of Francisella tularensis
  96. Francisella tularensis
  97. The Genus Francisella
  98. Francisella tularensis
  99. Francisella tularensis
  100. Francisella tularensis