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*  Women's Health and Education Center (WHEC) - Lower Urinary Tract Infections
Traditionally bacterial growth of more than 100,000 CFU/ml was considered a positive culture. However the use of this value is ... E. coli the most common and most studied pathogen has three different types of adhesins: Type 1 pilli, P-fimbriae, and X- ... Bacterial cystitis must be differentiated from nonbacterial cystitis (radiation or interstitial cystitis). Pyelonephritis is a ... It is defined as growth of more than 100,000 CFU/ml of a single bacterial species in two consecutive clean-catch urine ...
http://womenshealthsection.com/content/print.php3?title=urog004&cat=4&lng=english
*  Exploring the impact of antibodies on the mechanics of bacterial fimbriae
CFA/I fimbriae require the least force to unwind, followed by CS20 fimbriae and then P-fimbriae, which require the highest ... CS20 fimbriae are compared with colonization factor antigen I (CFA/I) fimbriae, which are two ETEC fimbriae assembled via ... Exploring the impact of antibodies on the mechanics of bacterial fimbriae. Mortezaei, Narges Umeå University, Faculty of ... The biophysical properties of CS2 fimbriae assessed in this work classify them into a low-force unwinding group of fimbriae ...
http://umu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:922844
*  Influence of Fimbriae on Bacterial Adhesion and Viscoelasticity and Correlations of the Two Properties with Biofilm Formation -...
Influence of Fimbriae on Bacterial Adhesion and Viscoelasticity and Correlations of the Two Properties with Biofilm Formation. ... Influence of Fimbriae on Bacterial Adhesion and Viscoelasticity and Correlations of the Two Properties with Biofilm Formation ... Capsular polysaccharides and fimbriae are two major components on a bacterial surface, which are critical for mediating cell- ... Wang, H, Wilksch, J, Chen, L, Tan, J, Strugnell, R and Gee, M 2016, 'Influence of Fimbriae on Bacterial Adhesion and ...
http://researchbank.rmit.edu.au/view/rmit:46397
*  Bacteria - encyclopedia article - Citizendium
E. coli cell with bacterial fimbriae (pili). EM, cell width 0.75 micron.. (CC) Photo: Manu Forero ... For more information, see: Bacterial cell structure.. As prokaryotes (organisms without a cell nucleus) all bacteria have a ... Bacterial metabolism can be divided broadly on the basis of the kind of energy used for growth, electron donors and electron ... Some bacterial infections can spread throughout the host's body and become systemic. In plants, bacteria cause leaf spot, ...
http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Bacteria
*  PPT - Biofilms PowerPoint Presentation - ID:6741296
For example, specific protein molecules found as part of the bacterial fimbria (hair-like protein extensions from the bacterial ... Bacterial surface molecules interact with components of the dental pellicle to enable the bacteria to attach or adhere to the ... Genome - genome interactions:bacterial communities in initial dental plaque - Paul Kolenbrander et al - Trends in Microbiology ... The structural characteristics of dental plaque in this time period reveal complex patterns of bacterial cells of cocci, rods, ...
http://www.slideserve.com/ursa-underwood/biofilms
*  ASMscience | Fimbriae: Classification and Biochemistry
Herein we describe the classifications and biochemistry of fimbriae assembled by the chaperone/usher, curli, and type IV ... Constructed by distinct assembly pathways resulting in diverse morphologies, fimbriae have been described to mediate functions ... including those known variably as fimbriae or pili. ... The function of bacterial fimbriae. Arch Immunol Ther Exp ( ... Type 1 Fimbriae. 0.4022024. Class 2 Fimbriae. 0.37688944. Type 3 Fimbriae. 0.36607683. Type 1 Pili. 0.36397293. 0.42692864 ...
http://www.asmscience.org/content/journal/ecosalplus/10.1128/ecosalplus.2.4.2.1
*  Effect of CRP-cAMP deficiency on the expression of the | Open-i
Fimbriae Proteins/genetics/metabolism. *Gene Expression Regulation, Bacterial. *Integrases/genetics/metabolism. *Leucine- ... Bacterial cultures were grown in LB medium at 37°C to an OD600nm of 0.05 before the addition of cAMP. As controls, cultures ... Bacterial cultures were grown in LB medium at 37°C to an OD600nm of 0.05 before the addition of cAMP. As controls, cultures ... Bacterial cultures were grown in LB medium at 37°C to mid-log phase. Black bars represent values derived from cultures grown ...
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC2636892_ppat.1000303.g001&req=4
*  KAKEN - Research Projects | P.gingivalis線毛の成人型歯周疾患ワクチンへの応用に関する基礎
Bacterial fimbriae may be an important cell structure for the adherence. In many cases, the adherence takes place through the ... 2) The fimbria-stimulated bone resorption was inhibited markedly by antibody against the fimbrias.. 3) The fimbria-stimulated ... Therefore, bacterial fimbriae play an important role in first stage of the pathogenesis caused by pathogenic bacteria. ... We have previously demonstrated that the fimbriae attaches to monocytes and fibroblasts through the binding of the fimbriae to ...
https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-05454490/
*  Association between Virulence Factors and Extended Spectrum Beta-Lactamase Producing Klebsiella pneumoniae Compared to...
A slide method was adapted for detection of erythrocytes clumping by bacterial fimbriae as described by Vagarali et al. 2008 [ ... A drop of this suspension was added to one drop of the tested bacterial culture. Then the slide was rolled for 5 min at room ... Bacterial resistance to β-lactams by ESBL production has increased dramatically in human pathogens, causing significant ... Bacterial Isolation and Identification. Hundred K. pneumoniae isolates were isolated from 243 clinical specimens. These ...
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ipid/2017/7279830/
*  Canadian Drugstore: Revuefiligraneca cialis prescription off!
Sect bites, especially repeatedly, or if the bacterial fimbriae, recognize specific receptors on peripheral blood smear. ...
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*  The mechanics of adhesion polymers and their role in bacterial attachment
Pili, optical tweezers, bacterial adhesion, fimbriae, uncoiling National Category Other Physics Topics Biophysics Identifiers. ... fimbriae, pili, uncoiling, damping, bacterial adhesion National Category Other Physics Topics Biophysics Research subject ... These pili, which are vital for bacterial adhesion, thereby serve as a new possible approach in the fight against bacterial ... The biophysical properties of CS2 fimbriae assessed in this work classify them into a low-force unwinding group of fimbriae ...
http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:857819
*  Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection - microbewiki
... and CupC fimbriae and LecB. These fimbriae mediate bacterial attachment during the initial stages of biofilm formation. The ... Exoenzyme S is like many other bacterial exotoxins in that it has the substructure of the A-component of a bacterial toxin in ... A bacterial count of greater than 100,000 organisms per gram of tissue is diagnostic of burn wound infection. If meningitis is ... P. aeruginosa can adhere to the epithelial cells through use of its fimbriae, which bind to specific receptors on host ...
https://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Pseudomonas_aeruginosa_infection
*  Search Results
Bacterial Cell Wall. Kevin D Young. Published online: April 2010. Bacterial Pili and Fimbriae. I‐Hsiu Huang, Prabhat Dwivedi, ... Bacterial Flagella. Kelly T Hughes, Marc Erhardt. Published online: October 2011. Peptidoglycan. Kevin D Young. Published ... Bacterial and Archaeal Inclusions. Jessup M Shively, Gordon C Cannon, Sabine Heinhorst, Donald A Bryant, Shiladitya DasSarma, ... Bacterial Membrane Transport: Organization of Membrane Activities. Etana Padan. Published online: September 2009. ...
http://www.els.net/WileyCDA/Section/id-610176.html?sortField=dateReverse&topicId1=MIC&topicId2=CSM&page=2
*  Pilin - Wikipedia
Although not all bacteria have pili or fimbriae, bacterial pathogens often use their fimbriae to attach to host cells. In Gram- ... Bacterial pili are used in the exchange of genetic material during bacterial conjugation, while a shorter type of appendages ... Genetic transformation is the process by which a recipient bacterial cell takes up DNA from a neighboring cell and integrates ... Mu XQ, Jiang ZG, Bullitt E (2005). "Localization of a critical interface for helical rod formation of bacterial adhesion P-pili ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilin
*  User:S4323213 - microbewiki
... bacterial fimbriae and proteinases. These structures all have functions in the pathogenesis of periodontitis in individuals. ... Studies have identified that P. gingivalis expresses two distinct fimbriae on its cell surface: FimA (long, major fimbriae, ... Another potential target antigen is the fimbriae. The fimbriae promotes adherence to host surfaces. They are well characterised ... The bacterial cell membrane acts as a selective barrier that offers protection and allows movements of substances through outer ...
https://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/User:S4323213
*  Escherichia coli-mediated impairment of ureteric contractility is uropathogenic E. coli specific.
Mannose and fim mutants were used to investigate the role of type 1 fimbriae. RESULTS: Non-UPEC had no significant effect on ... dependent upon type 1 fimbriae, we analyzed strains representing epidemiologically important multilocus sequence types ST131, ... but for the most potent UPEC type 1 fimbriae are involved. ... Fimbriae, Bacterial. Gene Expression Regulation, Bacterial. ...
https://pearl.plymouth.ac.uk/handle/10026.1/4517
*  OPUS at UTS: The molecular genetics of type-4 fimbriae in Pseudomonas aeruginosa - A review - Open Publications of UTS Scholars
Type-4 fimbriae (or pili) are filaments found at the poles of a wide range of bacterial pathogens, including Neisseria ... Type-4 fimbriae (or pili) are filaments found at the poles of a wide range of bacterial pathogens, including Neisseria ... The molecular genetics of type-4 fimbriae in Pseudomonas aeruginosa - A review. Mattick, JS Whitchurch, CB Alm, RA ... A large number (pilA, B, C, D, E, M, N, O, P, Q, T, U, V and Z) appear to be involved in the biogenesis of the fimbriae and to ...
https://opus.lib.uts.edu.au/handle/10453/9763
*  Bacterial Adhesion - Semantic Scholar
FIMBRIAE, BACTERIAL) and non-fimbriated bacteria of attaching to cells, tissue, and nonbiological surfaces. It is a factor in ... Adhesions, Bacterial, Bacterial Adhesions Physicochemical property of fimbriated (FIMBRIAE, BACTERIAL) and non-fimbriated ... Bacterial Adhesion to Target Cells Enhanced by Shear Force. *Wendy E. Thomas, Elena Trintchina, Manu Forero, V. Vogel, Evgeni V ... Surface thermodynamics of bacterial adhesion.. *Darryl R. Absolom, Francesco Lamberti, Zdenka Policova, Walter Zingg, Carel Jan ...
https://www.semanticscholar.org/topic/Bacterial-Adhesion/94210
*  Articles of Significant Interest in This Issue | Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Streptococcus suis Fimbria-Like Protein SssP1 Contributes to Bacterial Virulence. Streptococcus suis is an important zoonotic ... The mechanisms by which S. suis constructs these fimbria-like structures on the cell surface and adheres to host cells were ... e01385-18) demonstrated that SssP1, a novel fimbria-like protein transported by the SecY2/A2 system, contributes to the ...
https://aem.asm.org/content/84/18/e01779-18
*  Multiple Elements Controlling Adherence of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7 to HeLa Cells | Infection and Immunity
Curli fibers are thin aggregative fimbriae involved in bacterial adhesion. A property associated with the production of curli ... Bacterial strains, plasmids, media, and growth conditions.The bacterial strains and plasmids used in the present study are ... This O-island contains five ORFs putatively associated with the production of fimbriae with homology to the long polar fimbriae ... Determining the transposon insertion sites in hyperadherent bacterial strains.For each hyperadherent mutant, bacterial genomic ...
https://iai.asm.org/content/71/9/4985?ijkey=9917fe2bd1accb5ad71bd5dfdfd52976828eb2a3&keytype2=tf_ipsecsha
*  ASMscience | Host Genetic Variation,
... as shown by delayed bacterial clearance. It also had an impaired innate immune response, suggesting that defects in innate ... Escherichia coli, fimbriae, bacterial persistence and host response induction in the human urinary tract. Int. J. Med. ... Type 1 fimbriae deliver an LPS-and TLR4-dependent activation signal to CD14-negative cells. Mol. Microbiol. 39: 542- 552.. ... 2001b. Escherichia coli P fimbriae utilize the Toll-like receptor 4 pathway for cell activation. Mol. Microbiol. 40: 37- 51.. ...
http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555817213.chap21
*  RT-PCR for fimA transcription. RT-PCR assays were used | Open-i
Fimbriae, Bacterial/genetics*/metabolism/ultrastructure. *Gene Expression*. *Salmonella typhimurium/genetics*/metabolism/ ... Bottom Line: Type 1 fimbriae are the most commonly found fimbrial appendages on the outer membrane of Salmonella enterica ... Bottom Line: Type 1 fimbriae are the most commonly found fimbrial appendages on the outer membrane of Salmonella enterica ... Forty-four mutants produced type 1 fimbriae on both solid agar and static broth media, while none of the other 38 mutants ...
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC2527010_1471-2180-8-126-3&req=4
*  CystoPro | cystopro, contains, proanthocyanidins, pacs, nacetyl, dglucosamine, bacteria
... binds to receptors on bacterial fimbriae which prevents attachment to epithelial cells. MOS is commonly used as a prebiotic to ... 4b1707 acts to reduce pathogenic bacteria within the gastrointestinal tract and the faeces thereby limiting bacterial ...
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*  Gary Schoolnik | Stanford Medicine Profiles
In this study, we describe the identification of rod-like fimbriae and fibrillae expressed simultaneously on the bacterial ... The role of glycosphingolipids as host receptors, and fimbriae as bacterial ligands, for the adhesive and hemagglutinating ... Microarray analysis of bacterial pathogenicity ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY, VOL 46 Schoolnik, G. K. 2002; 46: 1-45 ... PURIFICATION OF SOMATIC PILI BACTERIAL PATHOGENESIS, PT B SCHOOLNIK, G. K. 1994; 236: 271-282 View details for Web of Science ...
https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/gary-schoolnik
*  Frontiers | Role of yqiC in the Pathogenicity of Salmonella and Innate Immune Responses of Human Intestinal Epithelium |...
... upregulated type-1 fimbriae expression, and reduced bacterial motility. Type-1 fimbriae, flagella, SPI-1, and SPI-2 gene ... upregulated type-1 fimbriae expression, and reduced bacterial motility. Type-1 fimbriae, flagella, SPI-1, and SPI-2 gene ... Bacterial colonization and internalization in the four cell lines significantly reduced on yqiC depletion. Postinfection ... Bacterial colonization and internalization in the four cell lines significantly reduced on yqiC depletion. Postinfection ...
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2016.01614/full