Clinical aspects

Main Lectures

Peter Ulleryd, Sweden

pdf   C11.pdf  (16 Kb) Urinary tract infections in men: the classical urovirulent E. coli?

ppt   PUlleryd.ppt  (199 Kb) Peter Ulleryd Presentation, Villars-sur-Ollon, September 7, 2005

Edouard Bingen & Yannick Aujard, France

pdf   C12.pdf  (15 Kb) Neonatal meningitis and sepsis by E.coli

ppt   YAujard_EBingen.ppt  (17304 Kb) Y. Aujard & E. Bingen Presentation, Villars-sur-Ollon, September 7, 2005

Javier Garau, Spain

pdf   C14.pdf  (55 Kb) Clinical impact of ESBL-producing E.coli

James R. johnson, USA

pdf   C15.pdf  (11 Kb) Urinary tract infections in women caused by E.coli: link between basic research and clinical aspects

ppt   JJohnson.ppt  (14597 Kb) James R. Johnson Presentation, Villars-sur-Ollon, September 7, 2005


Oral and Poster Presentations

pdf   C32.pdf  (15 Kb) Bagger-Skjøt L.: Distribution of virulence genes in Escherichia coli blood isolates from bacteraemic patients and in faecal isolates from healthy, non-hospitalised humans

pdf   C45.pdf  (15 Kb) Moulin-Schouleur M.: Phylogenetic relationships between extra-intestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli of human and avian origin

pdf   C51.pdf  (15 Kb) Grasselli E.: Comparison of the genomes of 19 human and animal E. coli strains by the oligoarray technique

pdf   C52.pdf  (13 Kb) Benagli C.: Molecular epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance and virulence in Escherichia coli isolated from animals and humans

pdf   C55.pdf  (17 Kb) Héchard C.: Interaction of pyelonephritis-associated Escherichia coli with differentiated renal tubular cells

pdf   C53.pdf  (23 Kb) García-Gil L.J.: High prevalence of Escherichia coli in intestinal mucosa of Crohn's Disease patients as compared to healthy controls

pdf   C38.pdf  (65 Kb) Vata A.: Escherichia coli meningitis in infants under

pdf   C23.pdf  (12 Kb) Hakemivala M.: Determination of plasmid profiles,antibiotic resistance,phenotype virulent strains of S. flexneris in Tehran

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