Data from: Mutations in bacterial genes induce unanticipated changes in the relationship between bacterial pathogens in experimental otitis media

Vinal Lakhani, Tan Li, Sayak Mukherjee, William C.L. Stewart, W. Edward Sword & Jayajit Das
Otitis media (OM) is a common polymicrobial infection of the middle ear in children under the age of fifteen years. A widely used experimental strategy to analyze roles of specific phenotypes of bacterial pathogens of OM is to study changes in co-infection kinetics of bacterial populations in animal models when a wild type bacterial strain is replaced by a specific isogenic mutant strain in the co-inoculating mixtures. Since relationships between the OM bacterial pathogens within...
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