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    • Valderrama, Benjamín; Ruiz, José J.; Gutiérrez, María Soledad; Alveal, Katherine; Caruffo Madrid, Mario Stefano; Oliva, Marcia; Flores, Héctor; Silva, Alfonso; Toro Ibaceta, Magaly Alejandra; Reyes Jara, Angélica Sofía; Navarrete Wallace, Paola Alejandra (MDPI, 2021)
      Because of its outstanding biological and industrial importance, many efforts have been made to characterize the mycobiota of new environments and their biochemical and biotechnological potentials. Gut mycobiota can be ...
    • Díaz, Leonela; Gutiérrez, Sebastián; Moreno Switt, Andrea; Herve Lelievre, Luis; Hamilton-West Miranda, Christopher Norman; Padola, Nora Lía; Navarrete Wallace, Paola Alejandra; Reyes Jara, Angélica Sofía; Meng, Jianghong; González Escalona, Narjol; Toro Ibaceta, Magaly Alejandra (MDPI, 2021)
      Simple Summary Cattle are the main reservoir of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC), foodborne pathogens that cause severe disease and outbreaks. However, not all STEC cause human illnesses or have the same virulence ...
    • Vargas Blanco, Orlando; Gutiérrez, María Soledad; Caruffo, Mario; Valderrama, Benjamín; Medina, Daniel A.; García, Katherine; Reyes Jara, Angélica Sofía; Toro Ibaceta, Magaly Alejandra; Feijóo, Carmen G.; Navarrete Wallace, Paola Alejandra (Frontiers Media, 2021)
      The host microbiome plays an essential role in health and disease. Microbiome modification by pathogens or probiotics has been poorly explored especially in the case of probiotic yeasts. Next-generation sequencing currently ...
    • Gutiérrez Lillo, Sebastián Aldo; Díaz Ruiz, Leonela Isamar; Reyes Jara, Angélica Sofía; Yang, Xun; Meng, Jianghong; González Escalona, Narjol; Toro Ibaceta, Magaly Alejandra (Frontiers Media, 2021)
      Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) causes foodborne outbreaks that can lead to complications such as hemolytic uremic syndrome. Their main reservoir is cattle, and ground beef has been frequently associated with ...