- Stéphane Aymerich, INRA
- Stephen Forsythe, Nottingham Trent University
- Igor Mokrousov, St. Petersburg Pasteur Institute
- Hirotada Mori, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
- Tracy Raivio, University of Alberta
- Raffaele Zarrilli, Università di Napoli Federico II
- Jizhong Zhou, University of Oklahoma
- Hilary Logan, BioMed Central
Different strains of Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease, induce a strong inhibitory priority effect in the mouse host and help the most infective bacterial strains to become more prevalent.
Colonization of lettuce by both Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella enterica is increased in the presence of downy mildew, a plant disease caused by Bremia lactucae, indicating that downy mildew resistant plants may lower the risk of microbial contamination.
BMC Microbiology 2015, 15:117
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