Amino acids and proteomic acclimation of Staphylococcus aureus when incubated in a defined minimal medium supplemented with 5% sodium chloride
Analysis of cytoplasmic and secreted proteins of staphylococcus aureus revealed adaptive metabolic homeostasis in response to changes in the environmental conditions representative of the human wound site
Changes in the cytoplasmic composition of amino acids and proteins observed in Staphylococcus aureus during growth under variable growth conditions representative of the human wound site
Phenotypic variants of staphylococci and their underlying population distributions following exposure to stress
Small changes in environmental parameters lead to alterations in antibiotic resistance, cell morphology and membrane fatty acid composition in staphylococcus lugdunensis
Sweat facilitated amino acid losses in male athletes during exercise at 32-34 °C
- Dunstan, R. Hugh, Sparkes, Diane L., Wood, Ryan, Roberts, Timothy K., Dascombe, Benjamin J., Macdonald, Margaret M., Evans, Craig A., Stevens, Christopher J., Crompton, Marcus J., Gottfries, Johan, Franks, Jesse, Murphy, Grace
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