Clostridium septicum: A species of gram-positive bacteria in the family Clostridiaceae. Infections have a strong association with malignancies and also with GAS GANGRENE.Gas Gangrene: A severe condition resulting from bacteria invading healthy muscle from adjacent traumatized muscle or soft tissue. The infection originates in a wound contaminated with bacteria of the genus CLOSTRIDIUM. C. perfringens accounts for the majority of cases (over eighty percent), while C. noyvi, C. septicum, and C. histolyticum cause most of the other cases.Clostridium: A genus of motile or nonmotile gram-positive bacteria of the family Clostridiaceae. Many species have been identified with some being pathogenic. 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Identification of functional domains of Clostridium septicum alpha toxin. (1/14)

Alpha toxin (AT) is the major virulence factor of Clostridium septicum that is a proteolytically activated pore-forming toxin that belongs to the aerolysin-like family of toxins. AT is predicted to be a three-domain molecule on the basis of its functional and sequence similarity with aerolysin, for which the crystal structure has been determined. In this study, we have substituted the entire primary structure of AT with alanine or cysteine to identify those amino acids that comprise functional domains involved in receptor binding, oligomerization, and pore formation. These studies revealed that receptor binding is restricted to domain 1 of the AT structure, whereas domains 1 and 3 are involved in oligomerization. These studies also revealed the presence of a putative functional region of AT proximal to the receptor-binding domain but distal from the pore-forming domain that is proposed to regulate the insertion of the transmembrane beta-hairpin of the prepore oligomer.  (+info)

A case of Clostridium septicum spontaneous gas gangrene. (2/14)

Severe skin and soft tissue infections (SSTIs) are often life-threatening emergencies that require a rapid diagnosis. Gas gangrene is one of the most fulminant types of SSTI and is usually caused by Clostridium perfringens' contamination of an open wound. Although gas gangrene is usually associated with fecally contaminated wounds, "spontaneous" cases occur and are most commonly caused by Clostridium (C.) septicum. We report a case of spontaneous gas gangrene caused by C. septicum that only became manifest while the patient was being monitored in the emergency department. We also review the diagnosis and treatment aspects of this entity.  (+info)

Molecular and cellular basis of microvascular perfusion deficits induced by Clostridium perfringens and Clostridium septicum. (3/14)

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Pore-forming activity of alpha-toxin is essential for clostridium septicum-mediated myonecrosis. (4/14)

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Clostridium septicum aortitis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. (5/14)

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Evidence for Clostridium septicum as a primary cause of cellulitis in commercial turkeys. (6/14)

Etiology and methods of immunoprophylaxis against common field cellulitis in commercial turkeys were evaluated. It was determined that intravenous administration ( approximately 10(8) cells/ml) of 1 of 4 isolates of Clostridium septicum from cellulitis lesions rapidly caused the classic lesions of cellulitis followed by death within 36 hr at high doses. When the supernatant alone was injected into turkey poults, signs of depression and ataxia were temporarily observed for up to 20 hr after injection, but no cellulitis lesions were detected. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was developed to measure antibody levels against the isolated C. septicum. This assay was used to predict susceptibility to infection. An experimental formalin-killed bacterin/toxoid was produced from the challenge strain of C. septicum with inactivation timed to allow toxin accumulation and approximately 10(8) cells/ml. This bacterin/toxoid given at day of hatch generated a rapid and persistent antibody response against the homologous C. septicum in the vaccinated birds at 9 weeks (P < 0.001). The ability of this experimental vaccine to protect birds in the field as well as its ability to evaluate unvaccinated flocks to establish the time of seroconversion and the relationship to clinical disease are currently under evaluation.  (+info)

Clostridium septicum aortitis causing aortic dissection in a 22-year-old man. (7/14)

Clostridium septicum infection is a rare cause of aortic dissection, and the mortality rate for the condition is high. Only 26 cases of C. septicum aortitis have been reported; all of those patients were elderly, and 20 of them had an associated colonic neoplasm. Herein, we present the case of a 22-year-old man whose C. septicum aortitis resulted in aortic dissection that involved the entire length of the aorta. Upon autopsy, no neoplasm or other predisposing condition was identified in this patient. To the best of our knowledge, this is the 1st report of C. septicum aortitis, fatal or otherwise, in a young individual.  (+info)

Clostridium septicum sepsis and colorectal cancer - a reminder. (8/14)

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*Clostridium septicum

... can cause gas gangrene, but unlike other Clostridium species like Clostridium perfringens, no trauma is ... of clostridium septicum". Infection and Immunity. 60 (3): 784-790. Alpern, RJ; Dowell, VR (1969). "Clostridium septicum ... Gas gangrene caused by Clostridium septicum is associated with colorectal cancer and other defects of the bowel. Clostridium ... "Molecular and cellular basis of microvascular perfusion deficits induced by clostridium perfringens and clostridium septicum". ...

*Gas gangrene

Chi CH, Chen KW, Huang JJ, Chuang YC, Wu MH (1995). "Gas composition in Clostridium septicum gas gangrene". J Formos Med Assoc ... Bratton SL, Krane EJ, Park JR, Burchette S (1992). "Clostridium septicum infections in children". Pediatr Infect Dis J. 11 (7 ... 2008), "Clostridium perfringens Poisoning", Poisoning and Toxicology Handbook (4th ed.), Informa, pp. 892-893, ISBN 978-1-4200- ... Gas gangrene is caused by exotoxin-producing Clostridium species (most often C. perfringens, and C. novyi, but less commonly C ...

*Gangrene

Chi CH, Chen KW, Huang JJ, Chuang YC, Wu MH (December 1995). "Gas composition in Clostridium septicum gas gangrene". Journal of ... It can be caused by Clostridium, most commonly alpha toxin-producing C. perfringens, or various nonclostridial species. ... In wet gangrene, the tissue is infected by saprogenic microorganisms (Clostridium perfringens or Bacillus fusiformis, for ... Sakurai, J.; Nagahama, M.; Oda, M. (November 2004). "Clostridium perfringens alpha-toxin: characterization and mode of action ...

*Neutropenic enterocolitis

"Neutropenic enterocolitis due to Clostridium septicum infection". J Clin Pathol. 37: 335-43. doi:10.1136/jcp.37.3.335. PMC ... whereas Clostridium septicum is responsible for most cases of neutropenic enterocolitis. Typhlitis most commonly occurs in ... The condition is usually caused by Gram-positive enteric commensal bacteria of the gut (gut flora). Clostridium difficile is a ...

*Braxy

It is caused by the bacterium Clostridium septicum. Braxy generallly occurs in winter, when sheep eat frosted root crops, or ... The frozen feed damages the mucosa (lining) of the abomasum, allowing C. septicum to enter, causing abomasitis and a fatal ... Songer, JG (2010). "Chapter 12: Histotoxic Clostridia". In Gyles, CL; Prescott, JF; Songer, JG; Thoen, CO. Pathogenesis of ...

*Raouf Salama Moussa

Moussa, R. S. (1958). "Complexity of Toxins from Clostridium Septicum and Clostridium Chauvoei". Journal of Bacteriology. 76 (5 ...

*Ion channel hypothesis of Alzheimer's disease

"Clostridium septicum alpha-toxin forms pores and induces rapid cell necrosis". Toxicon. 55 (1): 61-72. doi:10.1016/j.toxicon. ...

*Clostridium novyi

Kornbluth AA, Danzig JB, Bernstein LH (January 1989). "Clostridium septicum infection and associated malignancy. Report of 2 ... Some authors include Clostridium haemolyticum as Clostridium novyi type D. C novyi is closely related to Clostridium botulinum ... Clostridium novyi (oedematiens) a Gram-positive, endospore- forming, obligate anaerobic bacteria of the class clostridia. It is ... "Clostridia in Anti-tumour Therapy". In Brüggemann, Holger; Gottschalk, Gerhard. Clostridia: Molecular Biology in the Post- ...

*Infective endocarditis

S. bovis and Clostridium septicum, which are part of the natural flora of the bowel, are associated with colonic malignancies. ...

*Glycoside hydrolase family 33

Rothe B, Rothe B, Roggentin P, Schauer R (1991). "The sialidase gene from Clostridium septicum: cloning, sequencing, expression ...

*Clostridial necrotizing enteritis

... in which the cecum is targeted by Clostridium septicum in much the same way. In neonatal intensive-care units, the syndrome of ... is an often fatal type of food poisoning caused by a β-toxin of Clostridium perfringens, Type C. It occurs in some developing ...

*Clostridium histolyticum

Epsilon-toxin is an oxygen-labile hemolysin similar to the θ-toxin of C. perfringens and the δ-toxins of C. septicum, and C. ... reclassified it as Clostridium histolyticum. Clostridium histolyticum can be isolated from soil during the early stage of soil ... Clostridium histolyticum is a species of bacteria found in feces and the soil. It is a motile, gram-positive, Strict anaerobe. ... Clostridium histolyticum is difficult to culture because growth is inhibited by sugars, and spores are not very heat resistant ...

*Clostridium cadaveris

A number of Clostridium species are pathogenic to humans. Members including C.botulinium, C. perfringens, and C.septicum are ... Clostridium cadaveris is closely related phylogenetically to Clostridium fallax and Clostridium intestinale. Infections in ... Clostridium cadaveris at the Encyclopedia of Life UniProt. "Clostridium cadaveris". Retrieved 2011-02-03. Clostridium cadaveris ... Clostridium cadaveris is found in soil, water, and is a normal component of the human intestinal tract. The genus Clostridium ...

*Pore-forming toxin

Some β-PFTs such as clostridial ε-toxin and Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin (CPE) bind to the cell membrane via specific ... septicum and S. aureus. They are frequently cytotoxic (i.e., they kill cells), as they create unregulated pores in the membrane ... Cole AR, Gibert M, Popoff M, Moss DS, Titball RW, Basak AK (August 2004). "Clostridium perfringens ε-toxin shows structural ... Fujita K, Katahira J, Horiguchi Y, Sonoda N, Furuse M, Tsukita S (July 2000). "Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin binds to the ...
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Gas gangrene or C. myonecrosis is a rare life-threatening illness that results in necrotising soft tissue injury. Early recognition and diagnosis is imperative as the disease course is rapid. Risk factors for developing fulminant soft tissue infections include trauma, immunosupression, diabetes and vascular disease. More specifically, gas gangrene is commonly associated with patients post surgery or trauma due to the presence of Clostridium perfringes. Only 16% of cases occur spontaneously and the organisms responsible is usually the more virulent C. septicum.1 2 Clostridium is an anaerobic, spore-forming, positive rod.2 It constitutes part of the normal flora of the gastrointestinal tract. There are over 100 different strains of Clostridium of varying clinical significance. C. septicum infection resulting in bacteraemia is extremely rare. Larson et al 3 reviewed all cases of Clostridium infection at their institution from 1966 to 1993. Among 241 cases of Clostridium, 32 cases were C. septicum ...
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MALIGNANT EDEMA. 461 The bacillus of malignant edema stains well with ordi- nary cold aqueous solutions of the anil in dyes, but not by Grams method. The organism is not a difficult one to secure in pure culture, as has been said, generally con- taminating tetanus cultures and being much more easy to se- cure by itself than its congener. It is most easily obtained from the edematous tissues of guinea- pigs arid rabbits inoculated with garden-earth. The colonies which develop upon the surface of gelatin kept free of oxygen appear to the naked eye as small shining bodies with liquid grayish-white contents. They gradually in- crease in circumference, but do not change their appearance. Under the microscope they ap- pear filled with a tangled mass of long filaments wrhich under a FIG. 131. Bacillus of malig- - . .. -,.. .,..., ., nant edema growing in gluco high power exhibit individual gelatin Frankel and Pfeiffer). lucose r). movement. The edges of the colony have a fringed appearance, much like ...
In order to get basic results which allow the phylogenetic localisation and identification of Clostridium chauvoei and the closely related species Clostridium septicum, we cloned and sequenced the rrs genes encoding the 16SrRNA for these species and determined their phylogenetic position in Clostridium cluster I (C. carnis, C. perfringens, C. botulinum, C. tetani). Based on DNA sequence data, we developed an identification system for C. chauvoei, using specific PCR amplification of the rrs gene with specific oligonucleotids. ... The developed identification system was evaluated on clinical material during a recent outbreak of blackleg. Thereby C. chauvoei was identified as the etiological agent of the outbreak either directly from clinical samples of muscle, liver spleen and kidney or from primary cultures made with this material ...
This is a randomized, multi-center, prospective, double blind study. The primary objective is to demonstrate the efficacy of RP-1127 compared to placebo in subjects with a severe anterior circulation ischemic stroke who are likely to develop malignant edema. This objective will be addressed by comparing the proportion of RP-1127 treated patients and placebo treated patients with a Day 90 modified Rankin Scale (mRS) ≤ 4 without decompressive craniectomy (DC). ...
Klostridiji so grampozitivne bakterije, ki tvorijo spore. Naravno okolje klostridijev je nasplošno živalsko in človeško črevesje, zato so vegetativne oblike bakterij in spore prisotne v zemlji, še posebej v tisti, ki je gnojena s hlevskim gnojem, ter v prahu, vodah in na rastlinah. So obligatni anaerobi, kar pomeni, da lahko rastejo in se razmnožujejo samo v okolju, v katerem ni prisoten kisik. Prisotnost kisika izrazimo z oksido-redukcijskim potencialom (Eh), ki mora biti za rast klostridijev v določenem okolju čim bolj negativen. V tkivu pride do znižanja Eh v primeru slabe prekrvljenosti in prisotnosti tujkov, ki vsebujejo kalcij (Ca2+), kar je največkrat posledica raznovrstnih poškodb. Zato so okužbe s klostridiji povezane z vojnami (npr. strelne rane) in raznovrstnimi nesrečami, kjer nastanejo obsežne in okužene rane. Plinsko gangreno najpogosteje povzroča C. perfringens tipa A, lahko pa tudi C. septicum, C. novyi tipa A, C. histolyticum, C. sordelii in C. ramnosum[1]. Vse ...
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For use in healthy cattle and calves three months of age or older as an aid in preventing blackleg caused by Clostridium chauvoei, malignant edema caused by Cl. septicum, black disease caused by Cl. novyi, gas-gangrene caused by Cl. sordellii, enterotoxemia and enteritis caused by Cl. perfringens Types B, C and D, and disease caused by Histophilus somni (Haemophilus somnus). Although Cl. perfringens Type B is not a significant problem in North America, immunity is provided by the beta toxoid of Type C and the epsilon toxoid of Type D. Ultrabac 7/Somubac consists of killed, standardized cultures of Cl. chauvoei, Cl. septicum, Cl. novyi, Cl. sordellii, Cl. perfringens Types C and D, and H. somni, with an adjuvant. Available in a 10 dose or 50 dose.. ...
For use in healthy cattle and sheep as an aid in preventing disease caused by Clostridium chauvoei (Blackleg), septicum (Malignant edema), haemolyticum (Bacilliary Hemoglobinuria (Red Water)), novyl (Black disease), sordellii and perfringens Types C&D (Enterotoxemia).
Gas gangrene is a condition where anaerobic bacteria release toxins that cause tissue death, and if not treated can be fatal. Gas gangrene is typically an infection of muscle tissue and a characteristic sign of infection is the presence of blisters that bubble with gas near infected areas. There are fewer than 3,000 cases in the United States annually. In this article you will find out more about gas gangrene symptoms and whether there have been historical outbreaks of gas gangrene.
Gas gangrene is caused by exotoxin-producing Clostridium species (most often C. perfringens, and C. novyi,[5] but less commonly C. septicum[6] or C. ramnosum),[7] which are mostly found in soil, but also found as normal gut flora, and other anaerobes (e.g., Bacteroides and anaerobic streptococci). The exotoxin is commonly found in C. perfringens type A strain and is known as alpha toxin. This alpha toxin is a lethal toxin and also known as phospholipase C (lecithinase). It increases vascular permeability and produces necrotizing activity. These environmental bacteria may enter the muscle through a wound and go on to proliferate in necrotic tissue and secrete powerful toxins. These toxins destroy nearby tissue, generating gas at the same time.. Other organisms may occasionally cause gas gangrene (for example, Klebsiella pneumoniae in the context of diabetes).[8]. A gas composition of 5.9% hydrogen, 3.4% carbon dioxide, 74.5% nitrogen, and 16.1% oxygen was reported in one clinical ...
Gas gangrene, or clostridial myonecrosis, is usually caused by Clostridium perfringens and may occur spontaneously in association with diabetes mellitus, peripheral vascular disease, or some malignancies but more often after contamination of a deep surgical or traumatic lesion. If not controlled, clostridial myonecrosis results in multiorgan failure, shock, and death... ...
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Conference Comment: The contributor provides a good summary of C. piliforme, an atypical member of the genus Clostridium. Other members of the clostridia are large, Gram positive spore forming bacteria with straight or slightly curved morphology, in contrast the filamentous, Gram negative spore forming C. piliforme.(2) Further differentiating C. piliforme from other clostridia is the fact that it does not possess characteristics that allow its inclusion into one of the three general categories of the other pathogenic members of the genus. These categories of clostridia are neurotoxic (C. tetani, C. botulinum types A-G), histotoxic (C. chauvoei, C. septicum, C. novyi types A and B, C. perfringens type A, C. sordellii, C. hemolyticum), and enteropathogenic/enterotoxemia-producing (C. perfringens types A-E, C. difficile, C. colinum, C. spiroforme).(2 ...
"Gas gangrene" . Diabetes y gangrena: cuáles son los riesgos y cómo evitarlo. no es tratada, puede ser mortal. Gangrena gaseosa Esta normalmente se produce por una infección interna. Las bacterias dañinas liberan gas, que daña los vasos sanguíneos, tejidos, células y la sangre
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Clostridial gas gangrene is a highly lethal necrotizing soft tissue infection of skeletal muscle caused by toxin- and gas-producing Clostridium species. The synonym clostridial myonecrosis better describes both the causative agent and the target tissue.
One Shot Ultra 8 Cattle Vaccine aids in the prevention of blackleg, malignant edema, bacilary hemoglobinuria, black disease, enterotoxemia and enteritis, and bovine pneumonia.
For the vaccination of healthy cattle and sheep against diseases caused by Clostridium chauvoei Cl.septicum Cl.novyi Type B Cl.haemolyticum (known elsewhere as Cl. novyi Type D) Cl.tetani and Cl. perfringens Types C and D.
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Gas gangrene is a bacterial problem. It produces gas over tissues where there is gangrene. This condition is an medical emergency. Sepsis can happen with this condition.. ...
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Gas gangrene occurs as a result of infection by Clostridium species of bacteria that under anaerobic (low oxygen) conditions, produce toxins that cause the tissue death and associated symptoms. Gas gangrene generally occurs at the site of trauma or a recent surgical wound. The onset of gas gangrene is sudden and dramatic. Inflammation begins at the site of infection as pale to brownish-red extremely painful tissue swelling. Gas may be felt in the tissue as a crackly sensation when the swollen area is pressed with the fingers. The margins of the infected area expand so rapidly that changes are visible over a few minutes of time. The involved tissue is completely destroyed. Clostridia species of bacteria produce many different toxins, four of which (alpha, beta, epsilon, iota) are all fatal. In addition they cause tissue death (necrosis), destruction of blood (hemolysis), local decrease in circulation (vasoconstriction), and leaking on the blood vessels (increased vascular permeability). These ...
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The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of Neulasta® (pegfilgrastim) in reducing infection when given on the same day versus one day after the completion of chemotherapy (docetaxel and carboplatin) in patients with advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). This study is considered to be investigational because previous studies with Neulasta® used next day dosing and not same day dosing ...
Black Quarter, Blackleg, quarter evil, or quarter ill is an infectious bacterial disease most commonly caused by Clostridium chauvoei, a Gram-positive bacterial species. It is seen in livestock all over the world, usually affecting cattle, sheep, and goats. It has been seen occasionally in farmed bison and deer. The acute nature of the disease makes successful treatment […]. Read More ». ...
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Clostridium cadaveris is an enteric, gas-forming, motile, strictly anaerobic gram-positive bacterium of the genus Clostridium. First described by Klein in 1899, it was noted to be the most prominent bacteria during human decomposition; historically it was described as "putrefying flora". Clostridium cadaveris is usually considered non-pathogenic; unlike other species of Clostridium, it does not produce toxins. Clostridium cadaveris is found in soil, water, and is a normal component of the human intestinal tract. The genus Clostridium is large and phylogenetically diverse, comprising over 150 species. Clostrida are extensively found in nature predominantly as benign soil saprophytes. A number of Clostridium species are pathogenic to humans. Members including C.botulinium, C. perfringens, and C.septicum are spore forming and the cause of botulism and gas gangrene respectively. Clostridium cadaveris is closely related phylogenetically to Clostridium fallax and Clostridium intestinale. Infections in ...
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Clostridium perfringens (formerly known as C. welchii) is a Gram-positive, rod-shaped, anaerobic, spore-forming bacterium of the genus Clostridium. It is always present in nature and is a normal component of decaying vegetation, marine sediment, the intestinal tract of humans, other vertebrates, insects, and soil. It can be a human pathogen and also harmlessly ingested. Commonly it is encountered in infections as a component of the normal flora where it takes a minor role in the disease. Infections show some evidence of tissue necrosis, bacteremia, emphysematous cholecystitis, and gas gangrene, which is also known as clostridial myonecrosis. The toxin in gas gangrene is α-toxin which inserts into the plasma membrane of cells disrupting normal cellular function C. perfringens. Ingestion can lead to bacteria multiplying and leading to colic, diarrhea, and sometimes nausea. C. perfringens bacteria are the third-most-common cause of food-borne illness, with poorly prepared meat and poultry the ...
List of causes of Abdomen spasm and Abdominal Discomfort in Pregnancy and Gas gangrene, alternative diagnoses, rare causes, misdiagnoses, patient stories, and much more.
Within days of reading war-dodger Howard Floreys published conclusion that the as-yet-unproven penicillin was particularly suited to the militarys most feared infection, gas gangrene, war-hero Henry Dawson defiantly decided - by pointed contrast - that penicillin was particularly well suited to defeat the ultimate in non-military infections, deadly subacute bacterial endocarditis, SBE ...
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Clostridial bacteria are anaerobic and usually cause diseases by producing a toxin. Tetanus, botulism, and gas gangrene are examples diseases caused by clostridium.
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Aerolysin is a major virulence factor produced by the Gram-negative bacterium Aeromonas hydrophila and is a member of the beta-pore-forming toxin family. Two oligomerization-deficient aerolysin mutants, H132D and H132N, have been overproduced, proteolyzed by trypsin digestion and purified. Crystals were grown from the proteolyzed forms and diffraction data were collected for the two mutants to 2.1 and 2.3 A resolution, respectively. The prism-shaped crystals belonged to space group C2. The crystal structure of the mutants in the mature, but not heptameric, aerolysin form will provide insight into the intermediate states in the oligomerization process of a pore-forming toxin.. Keywords: aerolysin ; virulence factors ; Aeromonas hydrophila ; Site-Directed Mutagenesis ; Septicum Alpha-Toxin ; Channel Formation ; Membrane-Channel ; Activation ; Binding ; Complex ; Crystallization ; Proaerolysin ; Diffraction. ...
For clostridial myositis and myonecrosis (gas gangrene) or spreading clostridial cellulitis with systemic toxicity (or a presumptive diagnosis of either) the preferred treatment is a combination of hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2), surgery, and antibiotics.. Clostridial myositis and myonecrosis or gas gangrene is an acute, rapidly progressive, non-pyogenic, invasive clostridial infection of the muscles, characterized by profound toxemia, extensive edema, massive death of tissue, and a variable degree of gas production.. Gas gangrene is either an endogenous infection, caused by contamination from a clostridial focus in the body, or an exogenous infection, mostly in patients with compound and/or complicated fractures with extensive soft tissue injuries after street accidents.. The infection is caused by anaerobic, spore‑forming, Gram‑ positive encapsulated bacilli of the genus clostridium, discovered by William H. Welch in 1891. More than 150 species of clostridium have been recognized but the most ...
Bouts of intrinsic myonecrosis in DMD can also directly damage neuromuscular junctions (NMJs; Box 1). The adverse progressive changes in NMJs, which indicate denervation, are widely reported in dystrophic muscles of rodent and dog models of DMD (Haddix et al., 2018). These altered NMJs affect the associated dystrophic nerve over time, with consequent increased levels of S100 and Tau5 proteins seen by 13 months of age in sciatic nerves of mdx mice (Gordish-Dressman et al., 2018). Such neuronal changes indicate progressive irreversible denervation, often associated with neurodegeneration (Krishnan et al., 2016), that is likely to become pronounced over many years or decades and contribute to the loss of muscle function in DMD patients. These preclinical neuronal changes could prove useful as a biomarker for the long-term consequences of repeated intrinsic myonecrosis in animal studies.. A key aim for DMD therapies is to prevent myonecrosis and to directly stabilise the myofibres, ideally by ...
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Phase II studies are among the most common studies in cancer clinical research. The quality of phase II data may be one of the most important factors for predicting the success of a phase III trial (7, 8). However, many phase II trials prove to be of limited value in the drug development trajectory.. In our report, the number of phase II studies with single-agent therapy published and indexed in the PubMed database nearly doubled in the 5-year period from 2005 to 2009 as compared with 2000 to 2004 (93 studies with 5,188 patients enrolled vs. 50 studies with 2,513 patients). However, this increase did not translate into improvements in outcomes as measured by RR, PFS, and OS. The actual, rather than apparent, reality might be even more disappointing as trials with poor outcomes tend to not be published (9).. The reported outcomes (RR, PFS, and OS) did not consistently differ with respect to the type of therapy, number of institutions involved, presence of randomization, trial endpoints, number of ...
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The most common symptoms of gangrene vary depending on whether the gangrene is wet or dry. The symptoms of gangrene in cases of...
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Diabetic myonecrosis is a complication of diabetes. It is caused by infarcted muscle tissue, usually in the thigh. The mean age at presentation is thirty-seven years with a reported range of nineteen to sixty-four years. The mean age of onset since diagnosis of diabetes is fifteen years. The female:male ratio is 1.3:1. Other diabetic complications such as nephropathy, neuropathy, retinopathy and hypertension are usually present. Its major symptom is the acute onset muscle pain, usually in the thigh, in the absence of trauma. Signs include exquisite muscle tenderness and swelling. Tissue biopsy is the gold standard. Macroscopically this reveals pale muscle tissue. Microscopically infarcted patches of myocytes. Necrotic muscle fibers are swollen and eosinophilic and lack striations and nuclei. Small-vessel walls are thickened and hyalinized, with luminal narrowing or complete occlusion. Biopsy cultures for bacteria, fungi, acid-fast bacilli and stains are negative in simple myonecrosis. Creatine ...
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Human botulism is caused by seven serological types of C. botulinum, which is ubiquitously distributed in the soil. Poisoning usually results from ingestion of preformed toxin in food, although this is rapidly inactivated at ordinary cooking temperatures, but it can also result from contaminated wounds. ...
Hi, Marianne! Thanks for the question. Approximately 30 turkeys were removed from a normal commercial production flock and were raised separately on the Foltz farm in Mathias, WV. The birds are commercial turkeys used in normal industry production, and they were raised using the same techniques as other commercial birds. They were fed a regular diet of corn and soybean meal and were provided a continuous supply of fresh water. A few minor modifications were made to prepare the birds for the National Thanksgiving Turkey presentation. The birds are periodically hand fed and given additional interaction with people in an effort to acclimate them to the environment they will experience during the Rose Garden ceremony. Mr. Foltz s children Kolby, Kollin and Korey have done most of the work socializing the turkeys. Mr. O Carroll, in consultation with Mr. Foltz, chose the two turkeys for the ceremony (an alternate is chosen in case the National Thanksgiving Turkey becomes ill or otherwise cannot ...
Pneumocephalus is the medical condition defined as having a pocket of gas, generally air, trapped within the intracranial area. Pneumocephalus is also referred to as an intracranial aerocele or...
Gangrene is when part of your body tissue dies. Though it usually affects your extremities, like your toes and fingers, it can also affect your internal organs. Learn what role the circulatory system plays in the condition, and find information on gangrene causes, treatment, and prevention.

Gas Gangrene Explained? Plus, Have there been any Historical Outbreaks of Gas Gangrene?Gas Gangrene Explained? Plus, Have there been any Historical Outbreaks of Gas Gangrene?

Other Clostridium species that can cause gas gangrene include Clostridium bifermentans, Clostridium septicum, Clostridium ... Clostridium Perfringens Gas Gangrene and More. Gas gangrene is typically caused by the Clostridium bacteria. These are normal ... The fatal agent was found to be Clostridium novyi type A.. Reference. Hoi Ho et al. Gas Gangrene. eMedicine Clinical Reference ... sporogenes, and Clostridium tertium.. Other bacteria that can also cause the severe infection include Group A Streptococcus and ...
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Clostridium septicum - WikipediaClostridium septicum - Wikipedia

Clostridium septicum can cause gas gangrene, but unlike other Clostridium species like Clostridium perfringens, no trauma is ... of clostridium septicum". Infection and Immunity. 60 (3): 784-790. Alpern, RJ; Dowell, VR (1969). "Clostridium septicum ... Gas gangrene caused by Clostridium septicum is associated with colorectal cancer and other defects of the bowel. Clostridium ... "Molecular and cellular basis of microvascular perfusion deficits induced by clostridium perfringens and clostridium septicum". ...
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Clostridium septicum definition | Drugs.comClostridium septicum definition | Drugs.com

Definition of Clostridium septicum. Provided by Stedmans medical dictionary and Drugs.com. Includes medical terms and ... Clostridium septicum. Definition: a bacterial species found in malignant edema of animals, in human battle wounds, and in cases ...
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Clostridium septicum (Mace) Ford ATCC ® 12464™Clostridium septicum (Mace) Ford ATCC ® 12464™

Clostridium septicum ATCC ® 12464™ Designation: Pasteur III (NCTC 547) TypeStrain=True Application: QC strain for VITEK 2 ... Clostridium septicum (Mace) Ford (ATCC® 12464™) Strain Designations: Pasteur III (NCTC 547) / Type Strain: yes / Biosafety ...
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Activation and mechanism of Clostridium septicum alpha toxin.  - PubMed - NCBIActivation and mechanism of Clostridium septicum alpha toxin. - PubMed - NCBI

Activation and mechanism of Clostridium septicum alpha toxin.. Ballard J1, Sokolov Y, Yuan WL, Kagan BL, Tweten RK. ... Clostridium septicum produces a single lethal factor, alpha toxin (AT), which is a cytolytic protein with a molecular mass of ...
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Clostridium septicum Sepsis and Colon Carcinoma:  Report of 4 CasesClostridium septicum Sepsis and Colon Carcinoma: Report of 4 Cases

Clostridium septicum Sepsis and Colon Carcinoma: Report of 4 Cases. Eric Mao,1 Aine Clements,2 and Edward Feller1 ... An association exists between colon carcinoma and Clostridium septicum infection, especially bacteremia. We reviewed ... C. septicum infection was the presenting feature of previously undiagnosed large bowel malignancy in three patients. We report ... All patients with positive blood cultures for C. septicum, even without clinical suspicion of large bowel malignancy, should ...
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Clostridium septicum - Semantic ScholarClostridium septicum - Semantic Scholar

C. septicum is highly pathogenic; infection is most commonly associated with paraneoplastic syndrome and it is also a causative ... Phylogenetic positions of Clostridium chauvoei and Clostridium septicum based on 16S rRNA gene sequences. ... The alpha-toxin of Clostridium septicum is essential for virulence.. *Catherine L. Kennedy, Efrosinia O. Krejany, +6 authors ... Detection of Clostridium septicum hemolysin gene by polymerase chain reaction.. *Shotaro Takeuchi, Naotaka Hashizume, Tomohide ...
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A Rare Report of Infectious Emphysematous Aortitis Secondary to Clostridium septicum without Prior Vascular InterventionA Rare Report of Infectious Emphysematous Aortitis Secondary to Clostridium septicum without Prior Vascular Intervention

S. S. B. Chew and D. Z. Lubowski, "Clostridium septicum and malignancy," ANZ Journal of Surgery, vol. 71, no. 11, pp. 647-649, ... C. W. Seder, M. Kramer, G. Long, M. R. Uzieblo, C. J. Shanley, and P. Bove, "Clostridium septicum aortitis: report of two cases ... J. R. Koransky, M. D. Stargel, and V. Dowell, "Clostridium septicum bacteremia and its clinical significance," The American ... A Rare Report of Infectious Emphysematous Aortitis Secondary to Clostridium septicum without Prior Vascular Intervention. Ciel ...
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Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma. | American Journal of...Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma. | American Journal of...

Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma.. R L Ragland, J R Knorr, G M Lee ... Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma.. R L Ragland, J R Knorr, G M Lee ... Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma.. R L Ragland, J R Knorr, G M Lee ... Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma. Message Subject (Your Name) has ...
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Deadly combination: Clostridium septicum and colorectal malignancy -- Cullinane et al. 2017 -- BMJ Case ReportsDeadly combination: Clostridium septicum and colorectal malignancy -- Cullinane et al. 2017 -- BMJ Case Reports

Clostridium septicum sepsis and colon carcinoma: report of 4 cases. Case Rep Med 2011;2011:1-3.doi:10.1155/2011/248453 ... C. septicum infection resulting in bacteraemia is extremely rare. Larson et al 3 reviewed all cases of Clostridium infection at ... C. septicum is different from its other Clostridium counterparts as it is able to invade and permeate healthy tissues. These ... Spontaneous, nontraumatic gangrene due to Clostridium septicum . Rev Infect Dis 1990;12:286-96.doi:10.1093/clinids/12.2.286 ...
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Clostridium Septicum Growth from a Total Knee Arthroplasty Associated  by Demetri M. Economedes, Jerome Santoro et al."Clostridium Septicum Growth from a Total Knee Arthroplasty Associated " by Demetri M. Economedes, Jerome Santoro et al.

In addition to the standard treatment for infection after total joint arthroplasty, identification of Clostridium septicum ... The purpose of this case report was to present a case of a total knee arthroplasty infected with C. septicum and the subsequent ... CONCLUSION: Recognition of the association between C. septicum and malignancy is especially important considering the large ... Synovial fluid cultures identified the presence of C. septicum, Enterobacter and coagulase negative Staphylococcus. After ...
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Clostridium septicum infection             | Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) - an NCATS ProgramClostridium septicum infection | Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD) - an NCATS Program

... information resources and questions answered by our Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Specialists for Clostridium septicum ... PubMed is a searchable database of medical literature and lists journal articles that discuss Clostridium septicum infection. ...
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Clostridium septicum sepsis and colorectal cancer - a reminder | World Journal of Surgical Oncology | Full TextClostridium septicum sepsis and colorectal cancer - a reminder | World Journal of Surgical Oncology | Full Text

We isolated clostridium septicum infection in a series of two patients admitted as emergencies. One patient was found to have a ... We report our experience of clostridium septicum infection in the presence of tumour perforation in a series of two patients as ... Awareness and early diagnosis of clostridium septicum may improve the prognosis of what is usually regarded as a fatal ... Although uncomman, the possibility of clostridium septicum sepsis should be borne in mind in patients who present with ...
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A Case of Clostridium septicum Aortitis With Concomitant Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum | ACG Case Reports Journal - An online...A Case of Clostridium septicum Aortitis With Concomitant Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum | ACG Case Reports Journal - An online...

Clostridium septicum aortitis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. J Vasc Surg. 2009;49(5):1304-9. Article , ... C. septicum is a gram-positive bacillus that, while known to cause gas gangrene and fulminant sepsis like other Clostridium ... Clostridium septicum infection and associated malignancy: Report of 2 cases and review of the literature. Medicine (Baltimore) ... Clostridium septicum is an anaerobic, gram-positive bacillus that can form endospores and withstand a variety of environments.3 ...
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Clostridia (other pathogenic strains C. perfringens, C. septicum) - ONAClostridia (other pathogenic strains C. perfringens, C. septicum) - ONA

The clostridia implicated in these (presumably) hematogenous infections include C. septicum, C. tertium, C. perfringens, and C ... Clostridia are spore-forming anaerobes that are very environmentally hardy. For the most part, clostridia are soil organisms, ... caused by clostridia, mortality is high (above 40% with C. perfringens, and higher with many other clostridia). Women with ... These include C. novyi,C. septicum, C. histolyticum, C. bifermentans, and C. sordellii. Clinically, it is very difficult to ...
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Clostridium septicum (Mace) Ford (ATCC® 12464™) ATCC® Number: 12464™ Strain Designations: Pasteur III (NCTC 547) ... Clostridium perfringens (Veillon and Zuber) Hauduroy et al. (ATCC® 13124™) ATCC® Number: 13124™ Strain Designations: NCTC 8237 ... Clostridium sordellii (Hall and Scott) Prevot (ATCC® 9714™) ATCC® Number: 9714™ Strain Designations: 211 [NCIB 10717] ...
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Clostridium septicum (Mace) Ford (ATCC® 12464™) ATCC® Number: 12464™ Strain Designations: Pasteur III (NCTC 547) ... Clostridium perfringens (Veillon and Zuber) Hauduroy et al. (ATCC® 13124™) ATCC® Number: 13124™ Strain Designations: NCTC 8237 ...
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Gas gangrene - WikipediaGas gangrene - Wikipedia

Chi CH, Chen KW, Huang JJ, Chuang YC, Wu MH (1995). "Gas composition in Clostridium septicum gas gangrene". J Formos Med Assoc ... Bratton SL, Krane EJ, Park JR, Burchette S (1992). "Clostridium septicum infections in children". Pediatr Infect Dis J. 11 (7 ... 2008), "Clostridium perfringens Poisoning", Poisoning and Toxicology Handbook (4th ed.), Informa, pp. 892-893, ISBN 978-1-4200- ... Gas gangrene is caused by exotoxin-producing Clostridium species (most often C. perfringens, and C. novyi, but less commonly C ...
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Clostridia (other pathogenic strains C. perfringens, C. septicum)Clostridia (other pathogenic strains C. perfringens, C. septicum)

The clostridia implicated in these (presumably) hematogenous infections include C. septicum, C. tertium, C. perfringens, and C ... Clostridia are spore-forming anaerobes that are very environmentally hardy. For the most part, clostridia are soil organisms, ... caused by clostridia, mortality is high (above 40% with C. perfringens, and higher with many other clostridia). Women with ... These include C. novyi,C. septicum, C. histolyticum, C. bifermentans, and C. sordellii. Clinically, it is very difficult to ...
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Malignant edema in swineMalignant edema in swine

... caused mainly by Clostridium septicum, but can occur in association with Clostridium chauvoei, Clostridium sordellii, ... Keywords : clostridia; myonecrosis; Clostridium septicum; swine. · abstract in Portuguese · text in Portuguese · Portuguese ( ... This paper reports a case of myonecrosis and subcutaneous edema in a piglet caused by Clostridium septicum. ... Clostridium novyi type A and Clostridium perfringens tipo A. The definitive diagnosis of malignant edema must consider clinical ...
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Bowler IC[au] - PubMed - NCBIBowler IC[au] - PubMed - NCBI

Clostridium septicum sepsis and its implications.. Khalid M, Lazarus R, Bowler IC, Darby C. ...
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Multilocus Sequence Typing of Total-Genome-Sequenced Bacteria | Journal of Clinical MicrobiologyMultilocus Sequence Typing of Total-Genome-Sequenced Bacteria | Journal of Clinical Microbiology

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Gas gangrene - WikipediaGas gangrene - Wikipedia

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  • Phylogenetic positions of Clostridium chauvoei and Clostridium septicum based on 16S rRNA gene sequences. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Clostridium chauvoei cells and equivalent toxoid : inducing ≥ 0.5 guinea pig PD90, formalin killed cells of the epidemiologically most important serotypes of Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella trehalosi grown under iron restricted conditions: 5x108 cells per strain in buffered physiological saline adsorbed onto aluminium hydroxide. (viovet.co.uk)
  • Blood cultures grew Clostridium septicum . (gi.org)
  • Blood cultures grew Clostridium septicum , Escherichia coli , and Klebsiella . (medscape.com)
  • Clostridium septicum is responsible for several diseases in humans and animals. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Clostridia have been isolated from the mucous membranes of humans, including the GI tract and the female genital tract. (medscape.com)
  • U59278 Clostridium septicum 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence. (atcc.org)
  • Detection of Clostridium septicum hemolysin gene by polymerase chain reaction. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Clostridium septicum meningoencephalitis: an unusual presentation of occult rectal carcinoma. (ajnr.org)
  • Synovial fluid cultures identified the presence of C. septicum, Enterobacter and coagulase negative Staphylococcus. (pcom.edu)