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Mouse Models for Evaluation of Vaccines and Therapeutics Against Staphylococcal Infections

Introduction

Staphylococcus aureus (SA) is a ubiquitous, formidable Gram-positive pathogen associated with skin and soft tissue, as well as lifethreatening systemic infections. SA is a leading cause of hospital- and community-associated infections worldwide, affecting humans and animals. The wide range of pathologies reflects the diverse abilities of this microbe to escape the innate and adaptive immune response using virulence factors. Since its first emergence in the 1960s methicillin-resistant SA (MRSA) has become endemic in hospitals and healthcare settings worldwide. In the 1990s, community associated MRSA strains (CA-MRSA) emerged, and are spreading worldwide posing a major global challenge.


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