Browsing by Author "Marzo, Elena"
Local inflammation, dissemination and coalescence of lesions are key for the progression toward active tuberculosis: the bubble model Prats Soler, Clara; Vilaplana, Cristina; Valls Ribas, Joaquim; Marzo, Elena; Cardona Iglesias, Pere Joan; López Codina, Daniel (2016-02-02)
Open AccessThe evolution of a tuberculosis (TB) infection toward active disease is driven by a combination of factors mostly related to the host response.
Low dose aerosol fitness at the innate phase of murine infection better predicts virulence amongst clinical strains of mycobacterium tuberculosis Cardona, Pere-Joan; Cáceres, Neus; Llopis Fuste, Isaac; Marzo, Elena; Prats Soler, Clara; Vilaplana, Cristina; García de Viedma, Darío; Samper, Sofia; López Codina, Daniel (2012-01-03)
Open AccessBackground: Evaluation of a quick and easy model to determine the intrinsic ability of clinical strains to generate active TB has been set by assuming that this is linked to the fitness of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strain ...
Prats Soler, Clara; Valls Ribas, Joaquim; Sans, Neus; López Codina, Daniel; Vilaplana, Cristina; Marzo, Elena; Cardona Iglesias, Pere Joan (2014)
To achieve an earlier IFN-¿ response is not sufficient to control mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in mice Vilaplana, Cristina; Prats Soler, Clara; Marzo, Elena; Barril Basil, Carles; Vegué Llorente, Marina; Díaz, Jorge; Valls Ribas, Joaquim; López Codina, Daniel; Cardona Iglesias, Pere Joan (2014-06-24)
Open AccessThe temporo-spatial relationship between the three organs (lung, spleen and lymph node) involved during the initial stages of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection has been poorly studied. As such, we performed an experimental ...