Staphylococcus aureus is a major etiological agent of mastitis in ruminants. We report here the genome sequences of two ovine strains that were isolated from gangrenous (strain O11) and subclinical (strain O46) ewe mastitis. Both strains belong to the same clonal complex. Despite this close genotypic relationship, the two isolates were shown to reproducibly induce highly divergent types of infections, either severe (O11) or mild (O46) mastitis, in an experimental ewe model.
We compute the pulsation constant
And locate the stars along the various sequences in the Period -- Luminosity
Diagram. We confirm the increase in mass along the pulsation sequences, as
Predicted by the theory, except for W Ori which, despite being less massive,
Appears to have a longer period than...
We estimate for the first time
The consistency of results obtained from two independent and widely used
Evolutionary codes (BaSTI and LPCODE) for white dwarf models with fixed mass
And chemical stratification, when the same input physics is employed in both
Codes. We considered 0.55Msun white dwarf...
We introduce an epidemiological model where infectives leave the
Epidemic, either by recovery or sampling, after some random time which may
Follow an arbitrary distribution.
We derive an expression for the likelihood of the phylogenetic tree of
Sampled infectives under our general epidemiological...
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