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An obstacle for the development of a vaccine against M. catarrhalis is the absence of a good animal model. The most widely used model for assessing M. catarrhalis vaccine antigens is the mouse pulmonary clearance model, which measures clearance of bacteria from the lungs following bacterial challenge directly into the airways. However, this model system does not simulate human respiratory tract infection, because animals do not show evidence of infection but rather clear M. catarrhalis in ∼24 h. The identification of a reliable correlate of protection from M. catarrhalis infection, such as an in vitro assay or an animal model, would facilitate vaccine development for M. catarrhalis .

The observation that patients with COPD appear to develop strain-specific protection after clearing M. catarrhalis supports the feasibility of inducing protective responses to M. catarrhalis [ 26 ]. The challenge is to design a vaccine that will induce such a protective response against all strains. An approach that has been taken by several research groups has been to identify and assess conserved surface molecules as vaccine antigens. The ideal vaccine antigen would be (1) present on the surface of all strains, (2) antigenically conserved among strains, (3) expressed during infection of the human host, (4) immunogenic in infants, and (5) capable of inducing a protective immune response. Recently, a genome-mining approach has identified additional vaccine antigens for M. catarrhalis [ 70 ]. Table 2 summarizes several potential vaccine antigens that are in various stages of development.

M. catarrhalis is an exclusively human pathogen that may be overlooked in culture because of its phenotypic similarity to commensal Neisseria , which are part of the normal flora of the upper respiratory tract. Widespread administration of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines may be causing an increase in M. catarrhalis infections by altering patterns of nasopharyngeal colonization. M. catarrhalis causes 10%-20% of otitis media episodes in children and is the second most common cause of exacerbations of COPD in adults. The species is composed of 2 distinct genetic lineages that appear to differ with regard to virulence capabilities. A vaccine to prevent M. catarrhalis infections would have a substantial human and economic impact. Several potential vaccine antigens are in various stages of development.

We thank Drs. Jeffrey Martinez, Diana Pomakova, Nimesh Naik, and Aarti Agrawal for critically reviewing the manuscript.

Financial support . National Institutes of Health (grant AI28304 to T.F.M. and the Department of Veterans Affairs) and the Empire State Clinical Research Investigator Program through Kaleida Health (to G.I.P.).

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Potential conflicts of interest . T.F.M. has received consulting fees from GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, and MPex; has received grant support from Sanofi-Aventis; had a licensing agreement with Wyeth for vaccine antigens; and holds patents related to bacterial vaccines. G.I.P.: no conflicts.

July 21, 2018 - By Margaret Guttierez

Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company decreased Lam Research Corp (LRCX) stake by 40% reported in 2018Q1 SEC filing. Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company sold 4,000 shares as Lam Research Corp (LRCX)’s stock rose 1.81%. The Lockheed Martin Investment Management Company holds 6,000 shares with $1.22M value, down from 10,000 last quarter. Lam Research Corp now has $29.17B valuation. The stock decreased 0.24% or $0.42 during the last trading session, reaching $177.81. About 1.40M shares traded. Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX) has risen 31.27% since July 21, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 18.70% the SP500. Some Historical LRCX News: 17/04/2018 – Lam Research Sees 4Q Rev $3.1B; 17/04/2018 – LAM RESEARCH CORP SEES FOR JUNE 2018 QTR, U.S. GAAP SHIPMENTS $3.000 BLN +/- $150 MLN; 15/05/2018 – Lam and KLA Will Keep Enjoying Memory-Chip Craze, Says Cowen — Barron’s Blog; 17/05/2018 – Lam Research Corporation Declares Quarterly Dividend; 17/04/2018 – Lam Research 3Q EPS $4.33; 06/03/2018 – Lam Research: Capital Return Plan Includes Additional $2B Shr Repurchase Authorization; 09/05/2018 – Swedbank Adds Lam Research, Cuts Facebook: 13F; 06/03/2018 Lam Research Corporation Announces Capital Return Program; 06/03/2018 – LAM RESEARCH SAYS CY2021 TARGET MODEL FOR ADJ. EPS $23-$25; 19/04/2018 – Lam Research Closes Below 50-Day Moving Average: Technicals

Insmed Inc (INSM) investors sentiment increased to 1.46 in Q1 2018 . It’s up 0.46, from 1 in 2017Q4. The ratio has increased, as 70 investment professionals opened new and increased equity positions, while 48 decreased and sold their equity positions in Insmed Inc. The investment professionals in our database now hold: 77.55 million shares, up from 73.21 million shares in 2017Q4. Also, the number of investment professionals holding Insmed Inc in top ten equity positions decreased from 3 to 1 for a decrease of 2. Sold All: 18 Reduced: 30 Increased: 47 New Position: 23.

More notable recent Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX) news were published by: Seekingalpha.com which released: “Evercore, Cowen name semi picks ahead of earnings” on July 17, 2018, also Fool.com with their article: “Better Buy: Lam Research vs. Applied Materials” published on July 17, 2018, Gurufocus.com published: “What You Need to Know About Taiwan Semiconductor’s Earnings” on July 20, 2018. More interesting news about Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX) were released by: Nasdaq.com and their article: “This Small-Cap Semiconductor Stock Now Offers a Solid Dividend” published on June 27, 2018 as well as Nasdaq.com ‘s news article titled: “Lam Research Corporation Announces June Quarter Financial Conference Call” with publication date: July 06, 2018.

Investors sentiment increased to 1.1 in Q1 2018. Its up 0.02, from 1.08 in 2017Q4. It increased, as 62 investors sold LRCX shares while 259 reduced holdings. 131 funds opened positions while 223 raised stakes. 138.23 million shares or 1.88% less from 140.89 million shares in 2017Q4 were reported. Koshinski Asset Management reported 12,117 shares. First Business Ser owns 4,182 shares. The Kentucky-based Renaissance Group Inc Limited Liability has invested 1.07% in Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX). South Texas Money reported 1,135 shares stake. Scotia invested 0.01% of its portfolio in Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX). Horizon Investment Svcs Ltd owns 35,733 shares for 3.27% of their portfolio. Vanguard Group Inc holds 0.13% or 14.30M shares. Moreover, Mark Sheptoff Planning Ltd Liability Co has 0.01% invested in Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX). Investec Asset Mgmt North America has invested 0.38% in Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX). Leavell Invest Management reported 9,870 shares or 0.23% of all its holdings. Vigilant Cap Mgmt Ltd Liability Corp, a Maine-based fund reported 87,107 shares. Jaffetilchin Inv Prtn Llc owns 4,016 shares. Paloma Partners Management, Connecticut-based fund reported 10,929 shares. Eaton Vance has invested 0.02% in Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX). 52 were accumulated by Tci Wealth Advisors.

With intensified antibiotic therapy and longer survival, patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) are colonized with a more complex pattern ofbacteria and fungi. However, the clinical relevance of these emerging pathogens for lung function remains poorly defined. The aim ofthis study was to assess the association of bacterial and fungal colonization patterns with lung function in adolescent patients with CF. Microbial colonization patterns and lung function parameters were assessed in 770 adolescent European (German/Austrian) CF patients in a retrospective study (median follow-up time: 10years). Colonization with Pseudomonas aeruginosa and MRSA were most strongly associated with loss of lung function, while mainly colonization with Haemophilus influenzae was associated with preservedlung function. Aspergillus fumigatus was the only species that was associated with an increased risk for infection with P. aeruginosa.Microbial interaction analysis revealed three distinct microbial clusters within the longitudinal course of CF lung disease. Collectively, this study identified potentially protective and harmful microbial colonization patterns in adolescent CF patients. Further studies in different patient cohorts are required to evaluate these microbial patterns and to assess their clinical relevance.

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Haemophilus species, as a urinary tract pathogen, is rarely encountered. 1‐3 Routine urine culture pathogens are well documented to include Enterobacteriaciae , Enterococcus spp., Staphylococcus spp., Pseudomonas spp., and Candida spp. Pathogens encountered rarely in this context may include Corynebacterium ureolyticus and nonfermenting gram negative bacilli. In this article, we present 2 case reports, one of Haemophilus influenzae in a 4-year-old Caucasian girl and the other of Haemophilus parinfluenzae in a 60-year-old African American man.

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A urine culture on a 4-year-old Caucasian girl with a suspected urinary tract infection (UTI) grew 1 colony forming unit (CFU) per mL of Staphylococcus spp. and 2 other colonies after 12 hours of incubation. The plate was incubated overnight to ensure that the required 18-hour incubation period was met. The following day, there were pinpoint-sized colonies surrounding the Staphylococcus spp. colony ( Image 1 ). AGram stain was performed; the results showed those colonies to be made up of small gram negative bacilli. The colonies were subcultured to a chocolate agar plate (CHOC), which was incubated overnight in 5% CO 2 at 35°C. Also, the original blood agar plate (BLD) was streaked with the Staphyloccus spp. that had caused the satellite behavior (hereinafter, satelliting), in an attempt to see if additional behavior of this type could be visualized and a colony count could be estimated.

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After incubation, there was a small amount of additional growth adjacent to the Staphylococcus spp. streak. The original urine specimen had been discarded; as a result, direct plating to a CHOC for colony count was not possible. The CHOC grew colonies typical of Haemophilus spp. The colonies were identified as Haemophilus influenzae by the RapID NH kit (Thermo Fisher Scientific.) BBL Cefinase disc (Becton Dickinson and Company [BD]) testing yielded a negative result for beta lactamase production. A Kirby-Bauer susceptibility test was set up using BBL Haemophilus Test Media Agar (BD) and was incubated overnight in 5% CO 2 at 35°C. The susceptibility test yielded the following results: the organism was susceptible to ampicillin, azithromycin, cefaclor, cefuroxime, and trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole.

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