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    • Dynamic Compartmentalization of Persistent UPEC in the Superficial Bladder Epithelium 

      Parekh, Viraj Pankaj (2016)
      Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are typically caused by bacteria that colonize different regions of the urinary tract, mainly the bladder and the kidney. Approximately 25% of women that suffer from UTIs experience a recurrent ...
    • Envisioning Future UTI Diagnostics. 

      Patel, Robin; Polage, Christopher R; Dien Bard, Jennifer; May, Larissa; Lee, Francesca M; Fabre, Valeria; Hayden, Mary K; ... (13 authors) (Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, 2021-08-31)
      Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections in the United States and are a major driver of antibiotic use - both appropriate and inappropriate - across healthcare settings. UTI treatment ...
    • Molecular and Macroscale Engineering of Sublingual Nanofiber Vaccines 

      Kelly, Sean H (2020)
      Short peptides are poorly immunogenic when delivered sublingually – under the tongue. This challenge has prevented widespread investigation into sublingual peptide vaccines, leaving their considerable potential untapped. ...