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Malin Ridell

Professor emerita

Malin Ridell
Professor emerita
malin.ridell@microbio.gu.se
+46 31 786 6203

Postal Address: Su sahlgrenska, 41345 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 7A vån 4 , Göteborg


Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Institute of Biomedicine (More Information)
Box 435
405 30 Göteborg
Fax: +46 31 786 6210
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 7 A , 413 90 Göteborg

Latest publications

Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Diseases in Humans
Lars-Olof Larsson, Rutger Bennet, Margareta Eriksson, Bodil Jönsson, Malin Ridell
Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) - Microbiolocical, Clinical and Geografical distribution) / Editors: Ali Akbar and Parissa Farnia, Academic Press, Chapter in book 2019
Chapter in book

The role of hydrophobicity in tuberculosis evolution and pathogenicity
M. Jankute, V. Nataraj, O. Y. C. Lee, H. H. T. Wu, Malin Ridell et al.
Scientific Reports, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Outbreak of tuberculosis in a closed setting: views on transmission based on results from molecular and conventional methods
E. Antusheva, O. Mironuk, I. Tarasova, P. Eliseev, G. Plusnina et al.
Journal of Hospital Infection, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Lungsjukdom med icke-tuberkulösa mykobakterier
Björn Petrini, Malin Ridell, Lars-Olof Larsson
Lungmedicin. Redaktörer: Thomas Sandström, Anders Eklund, Lund, Studentlitteratur, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

Phathophysiological implications of cell envelope structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and related taxa
David E Minnikin, Oona Y-C Lee, Houdini H T Wu, Vijayashankar Nataraj, Helen D Donoghue et al.
Tuberculosis - Expanding Knowledge. Wellman Ribon (Ed.), InTech, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

Epidemiological analyses of tuberculosis in Archangelsk, Russia and implementation of a rapid assay for detection of resistance in this high burden setting
Platon I. Eliseev, Andrey O. Maryandyshev, Elena I. Nikishova, Irina V. Tarasova, Galina P. Gorina et al.
International Journal of Mycobacteriology, Journal article 2013
Journal article

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2019

Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Diseases in Humans
Lars-Olof Larsson, Rutger Bennet, Margareta Eriksson, Bodil Jönsson, Malin Ridell
Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) - Microbiolocical, Clinical and Geografical distribution) / Editors: Ali Akbar and Parissa Farnia, Academic Press, Chapter in book 2019
Chapter in book

2018

2017

The role of hydrophobicity in tuberculosis evolution and pathogenicity
M. Jankute, V. Nataraj, O. Y. C. Lee, H. H. T. Wu, Malin Ridell et al.
Scientific Reports, Journal article 2017
Journal article

2016

Outbreak of tuberculosis in a closed setting: views on transmission based on results from molecular and conventional methods
E. Antusheva, O. Mironuk, I. Tarasova, P. Eliseev, G. Plusnina et al.
Journal of Hospital Infection, Journal article 2016
Journal article

2015

Lungsjukdom med icke-tuberkulösa mykobakterier
Björn Petrini, Malin Ridell, Lars-Olof Larsson
Lungmedicin. Redaktörer: Thomas Sandström, Anders Eklund, Lund, Studentlitteratur, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

Phathophysiological implications of cell envelope structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and related taxa
David E Minnikin, Oona Y-C Lee, Houdini H T Wu, Vijayashankar Nataraj, Helen D Donoghue et al.
Tuberculosis - Expanding Knowledge. Wellman Ribon (Ed.), InTech, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

2013

Epidemiological analyses of tuberculosis in Archangelsk, Russia and implementation of a rapid assay for detection of resistance in this high burden setting
Platon I. Eliseev, Andrey O. Maryandyshev, Elena I. Nikishova, Irina V. Tarasova, Galina P. Gorina et al.
International Journal of Mycobacteriology, Journal article 2013
Journal article

Showing 1 - 10 of 27

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