Subject: Review Article | E.faecalis | mobile genetics elements | Microbiology | E.faecium | QR1-502 | E. faecalis | antibiotic resistance | Genomic | Host Specificity | E. faecium | population analysis | Enterococci
Enterococci are ubiquitous lactic acid bacteria, possessing a flexible nature that allows them to colonize various environments and hosts but also to be opportunistic pathogens. Many papers have contributed to a better understanding of: (i) the taxonomy of this complex ... View more
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