Ancient Yersinia pestis genomes from across Western Europe reveal early diversification during the First Pandemic (541-750) KU Leuven
Phylogeography of the second plague pandemic revealed through analysis of historical Yersinia pestis genomes KU Leuven
The Fleas (Siphonaptera) in Iran University of Antwerp
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Prevalence of haemoparasites, leptospires and coccobacilli with potential for human infection in the blood of rodents and shrews from selected localities in Tanzania, Namibia and Swaziland University of Antwerp
Evolution and structural dynamics of bacterial glycan binding adhesins Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Infectious disease processes like bacterial adherence or the activity of secreted toxins frequently gain host and tissue specificity by glycan binding interactions with the host glycome. Recent functional and structural studies highlight the high niche specialization of bacterial lectins, but also reveal a remarkable plasticity in their glycan binding sites and mechanisms, to adapt to host glycome dynamics or changing environmental conditions ...