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Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, ISSN 0066-4804, 07/2019, Volume 63, Issue 10
is an important gram-negative pathogen in hospital related infections. However, treatment options for infections have become limited due to multidrug... 
morphology | SUSCEPTIBILITY | MICROBIOLOGY | COLONIZATION | dehydrogenase | IDENTIFICATION | ISAba16 | TIGECYCLINE | O-ANTIGEN | HAEMOPHILUS-DUCREYI | surface polysaccharides | MUTATION | CAPSULE | LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | SPREAD | K locus
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INFECTION AND IMMUNITY, ISSN 0019-9567, 07/2019, Volume 87, Issue 7
Haemophilus ducreyi causes chancroid and is a major cause of cutaneous ulcers in children. Due to environmental reservoirs, both class I and class II H.... 
SWINE MODEL | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | vaccines | CLINICAL-FEATURES | IMMUNOLOGY | HEMOGLOBIN RECEPTOR HGBA | VIRULENCE | hemoglobin | OUTER-MEMBRANE PROTEIN | SINGLE-DOSE AZITHROMYCIN | SKIN ULCERS | DEFICIENT MUTANT | HUMAN VOLUNTEERS | Haemophilus ducreyi | EXPERIMENTAL-INFECTION
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MBIO, ISSN 2150-7511, 05/2019, Volume 10, Issue 3, p. e01193-19
A major gap in understanding infectious diseases is the lack of information about molecular interaction networks between pathogens and the human host.... 
ANAEROBIC CITRATE METABOLISM | HUMAN-MODEL | MICROBIOLOGY | human infection model | VIRULENCE | HAEMOPHILUS-DUCREYI | dual RNA-seq | SKIN ULCERS | ABILITY | GENE-EXPRESSION | DEFICIENT MUTANT | interactome | CONTRIBUTES | metabolome | Haemophilus ducreyi | EXPERIMENTAL-INFECTION
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 01/2019, Volume 68, Issue 3, pp. 482 - 489
Abstract Background Treponema pallidum subsp pertenue and Haemophilus ducreyi are causative agents of cutaneous ulcer (CU) in yaws-endemic regions in the... 
DYSGALACTIAE SUBSP EQUISIMILIS | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | skin ulcer | MICROBIOLOGY | IMMUNOLOGY | CHILDREN | GENETIC DIVERSITY | CORYNEBACTERIUM-DIPHTHERIAE | TREPONEMA-PALLIDUM | HAEMOPHILUS-DUCREYI | SINGLE-DOSE AZITHROMYCIN | metagenomics | SKIN ULCERS | RESISTANCE | yaws | Haemophilus ducreyi | Treponema pallidum
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 11/2018, Volume 67, Issue 11, pp. 1768 - 1774
Haemophilus ducreyi is a major cause of skin ulcers in the tropics. On an endemic island, multiple strains of H. ducreyi cause infection, coinfections are... 
molecular epidemiology | cutaneous ulcers | single-locus typing | Haemophilus ducreyi | SERUM RESISTANCE | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | PROTEIN | MICROBIOLOGY | IMMUNOLOGY | PAPUA-NEW-GUINEA | YAWS | 2ND CLASS | SINGLE-DOSE AZITHROMYCIN | SKIN ULCERS | FIBRONECTIN | DETECTING POSITIVE SELECTION | DSRA
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11/2018, ISBN 9781119380849, 15
Chancroid is a sexually transmitted disease caused by Haemophilus ducreyi. The disease is characterized by painful genital ulcers, often accompanied by... 
treatment | chancroid | chronic limb ulcerations | immune response | genital ulcers | Haemophilus ducreyi
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Medicine, ISSN 1357-3039, 05/2018, Volume 46, Issue 5, pp. 277 - 282
The laboratory plays an essential role in the diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The ability to make an accurate diagnosis is essential... 
herpes simplex virus | Trichomonas vaginalis | Neisseria gonorrhoeae | diagnostic testing | sexually transmitted infections | MRCP | human immunodeficiency virus | Chlamydia trachomatis | Klebsiella granulomatis | Haemophilus ducreyi | Treponema pallidum
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The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 04/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10130, pp. 1599 - 1607
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by Marks, Michael and Mitjà, Oriol and Bottomley, Christian and Kwakye, Cynthia and Houinei, Wendy and Bauri, Mathias and Adwere, Paul and Abdulai, Abdul A and Dua, Fredrick and Boateng, Laud and Wangi, James and Ohene, Sayy-Ann and Ohene, Sally-Ann and Wangnapi, Regina and Simpson, Shirley V and Miag, Helen and Addo, Kennedy K and Basing, Laud A and Danavall, Damien and Chi, Kai H and Pillay, Allan and Ballard, Ronald and Solomon, Anthony W and Solomon, Brefo A and Chen, Cheng Y and Bieb, Sivuak V and Bieb, Sibauk V and Adu-Sarkodie, Yaw and Mabey, David C W and Mabey, David CW and Asiedu, Kingsley and Hounei, Wendy and Agana, Nsire and Ampadu, Edwin and Amponsah-Achiano, Kwame and Bediako, Asare and Biredu, Michael and Faried, Kyei and Iddrisu, Ahmed and Kotey, Nana K and Yeboah, George NY and El-Duah, Philip and Phillips, Richard and Binka, Fred and Nyonator, Frank and Zunuo, Anthony and Ackumey, Mercy A and Amanor, Ivy and Bnosu, Christian and Frischmann, Sieghard and Lammie, Patrick and Martin, Diana and Ye, Tun and Christophel, Eva and Tiendrebeogo, Alexandre and Vestergard, Lasse and Bassat, Quique and Abdad, Yazid and Dima, Henson and Kotty, Bethuel and Mamore, Kaiok and Manup, Walerius and Olowau, Benson and Agyei, Enoch O and Agyemang, David and Ako, Ebenezer P and Antwi, Prince and Darko, Jane and Darko, Phylis and Darko, Ophelia O and Duodu, Bertha and Jabasi, Daniel and Karim, Fuseini L and Koomson, Obed K and Labri, Bernard A and Nartey, Augustina A and Nartey, John and Tamatey, Randsford and Yirenkyi, Benjamin and Arhin, Mercy and Biney, Frank and Danso, Juliana O and Dei, Martin A and Djan, Moses and Sasu, Samuel and Torvinya, Victor and Amankwaah, Hagar and Baffoe, James and Keteku, Lydia and Kondobala, Kofi and Lomotey, Rita D and Oppong, Paul and Quainoo, Millicent A and Abotsi, Theophilus and Agebshie, Dzighordi and Ameamu, Amos and Angwaawie, Paul and Ayibor, Rose and Mwingmendeli, Margaret and Nakodia, John and ... and Study team and study team
The Lancet Global Health, ISSN 2214-109X, 04/2018, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp. e401 - e410
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