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Association between Gut Colonization of Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci and Liver Transplant OutcomesDownload
Background: Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE) colonization is common in liver transplant candidates. In addition to the risk of invasive enterococcal infections, dominance of VRE colonization in the gut may contribute to low microbiota diversity playing a role in the transplant outcomes. The...
Digging Up the Roots of Educational Policy: Curriculum Infusion and Aboriginal Student Identity DevelopmentDownload
Since 2002, Alberta teachers have been required to infuse Aboriginal perspectives into the K-12 curriculum across all subject areas in order to positively impact Aboriginal children’s identity development. There are several assumptions inherent in the policy of infusion that this study uncovers...
Surface colonization is ubiquitous in marine environments, and bacteria are one of the first, or primary colonizers, to attach to newly formed surfaces. Marine algae are host to a plethora of such bacterial colonizers, one of the most abundant being roseobacters. Most of known pathogenic or...