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  • Genotyping Plasmodium vivax isolates from the 2011 outbreak in Greece 

    Spanakos, G.; Alifrangis, M.; Schousboe, M. L.; Patsoula, E.; Tegos, N.; Hansson, H. H.; Bygbjerg, I. C.; Vakalis, N. C.; Tseroni, M.; Kremastinou, J.; Hadjichristodoulou, C. (2013)
    Background: Plasmodium vivax malaria was common in Greece until the 1950s with epidemics involving thousands of cases every year. Greece was declared free of malaria by the World Health Organization in 1974. From 1974 to ...
  • Global evolution of multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii clonal lineages 

    Zarrilli, R.; Pournaras, S.; Giannouli, M.; Tsakris, A. (2013)
    The rapid expansion of Acinetobacter baumannii clinical isolates exhibiting resistance to carbapenems and most or all available antibiotics during the last decade is a worrying evolution. The apparent predominance of a few ...
  • Molecular characterization of a new intergenotype Norovirus GII recombinant 

    Ruether, I. G. A.; Tsakogiannis, D.; Pliaka, V.; Kyriakopoulou, Z.; Krikelis, A.; Gartzonika, C.; Leveidiotou-Stefanou, S.; Markoulatos, P. (2012)
    Human noroviruses (NoVs) of the Caliciviridae family are a major cause of epidemic gastroenteritis. The NoV genus is genetically diverse and recombination of viral RNA is known to depend upon various immunological and ...