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Pneumonia Affects People of All Ages: Interview with Carlos J. Orihuela

High powered magnification of the 30 h cardiac microlesion shows S. pneumoniae bacterial aggregates within the microlesion.

For World Pneumonia Day 2014, PLOS Pathogens interviews Associate Editor, author, and researcher Carlos J. Orihuela on his recent publication in PLOS Pathogens, Streptococcus pneumoniae Translocates into the Myocardium and Forms Unique Microlesions That Disrupt Cardiac Function, describing how the disease can lead to heart … Continue reading »

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