Zinc release and the sequence of biochemical events during triggering of Bacillus megaterium KM spore germination | Biochemical...
These findings have been used to expand a recently published model for the triggering of bacterial spore germination. ... Of the total spore Zn2+ pool 25% is released from non-heat-activated spores within 4 min of triggering germination. During this ... Zinc release and the sequence of biochemical events during triggering of Bacillus megaterium KM spore germination. K Johnstone ... Furthermore, a correlation can be demonstrated between the extent of zinc release from spore populations and the time required ...http://www.biochemj.org/content/208/2/407
Isolation of Food Pathogens From Freshly Milled Palm Oil and the Effect of Sterilization on Oil Quality Parameters
Spore stained green and bacteria cells stained red. 2.3.7. Oxidase Test The culture of the each isolate was streaked onto the ... Bacterial cells that retained the colour of the primary dye were grouped as gram positive, while those that retain the ... 2.3.6. Spore Formation A heat fixed smear of the organisms were prepared on a sterile slide and malachite green solution was ... Plate 1b. Long stalk holding spore head of Aspergillus niger aggregate under magnification of x40 ...http://pubs.sciepub.com/jfs/2/2/4/index.html
Expression of Bacillus Anthracis Protective Antigen in Vaccine Strain Brucella Abortus Rb51
Bacillus anthracis is a facultative intracellular bacterial pathogen that can cause cutaneous, gastrointestinal or respiratory ... abortus and some protection against live non-disease producing spores of B. anthracis. ...https://vtechworks.lib.vt.edu/handle/10919/10039
Breakthrough in Understanding Bacterial Spores | Infection Control Today
Got food poisoning? The cause might be bacterial spores, en extremely hardy survival form of bacteria, a nightmare for ... It has long been known that the ability of spores to survive has to do with the low water content in the spore core, where the ... This compact inner barrier protects the spore from toxic molecules that otherwise might destroy the spore's DNA. "There are so ... They have also seen that the proteins in the spores are immobile, which explains why spores can withstand such high ...https://www.infectioncontroltoday.com/infectious-diseases-conditions/breakthrough-understanding-bacterial-spores
Mucosal delivery of antigens using adsorption to bacterial spores
The broad spectrum of immune responses elicited coupled with the attendant benefits of safety suggest that spore adsorption ... Mucosal delivery of antigens using adsorption to bacterial spores. ... Remarkably, killed or inactivated spores appear equally effective as live spores. The spore appears to present a bound antigen ... Of these, the use of genetically engineered bacterial spores has been shown to offer promise as both a mucosal as well as a ...http://www.ei-resource.org/research/candida-and-gut-dysbiosis-research/mucosal-delivery-of-antigens-using-adsorption-to-bacterial-spores/
Protein synthesis, ATP unnecessary for bacterial spore germination
Spores of Bacillus bacteria can survive for years in a dormant state, and then germinate in minutes. But it has long been ... Bacterial spores are major causes of food spoilage, and food-borne disease, and spores of several species, including Bacillus ... They then removed spores that had been killed in the process. They measured levels of ATP, and assayed RNA from the spores. In ... Spores for thought: Study provides new insights into Clostridium spores More information: George Korza et al. Changes inSpore ...https://phys.org/news/2016-09-protein-synthesis-atp-unnecessary-bacterial.html
Irradiation of bacterial spores in water: three classes of oxygen-denpendent damage | Science
Studies of irradiated bacterial spores in aqueous suspension indicate that the sensitization of spores by oxygen can depend on ... Irradiation of bacterial spores in water: three classes of oxygen-denpendent damage ... Irradiation of bacterial spores in water: three classes of oxygen-denpendent damage ... Irradiation of bacterial spores in water: three classes of oxygen-denpendent damage ...http://science.sciencemag.org/content/194/4269/1049.1
Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores | Microbiology | Infectious Disease & Microbiology | Medicine, Nursing &...
Bacterial spores are the most resistant and dormant forms of life on earth. Therefore, they are of great fundamental interest. ... Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores. G. W. Gould (Editor), Allan D. Russell (Editor), D. E. S. Stewart-Tull ( ... Spore Resistance and Ultra Heat Treatment Processes.. Tolerance of Spores To Ionizing Radiation: Mechanisms Of Inactivation, ... Mechanisms of Inactivation and Resistance Of Spores To Chemical Biocides.. Effects of Water Activity and Ph On Growth of ...https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Fundamental+and+Applied+Aspects+of+Bacterial+Spores-p-9780865428973
Bacterial Spores: Current Research and Applications
... structure and composition of the bacterial spore, mechanisms of spore survival, germination of spores, spore peptidoglycan ... heterogeneity in spore populations, detection of bacterial spores, and the expression of recombinant proteins using spores. ... degradation, water and cations flux during sporulation and germination, the spore as an infectious agent, ... up-to-date reviews on the current state of our knowledge of bacterial endospores. Topics covered include gene regulation of ...https://www.caister.com/spores
Revival and identification of bacterial spores in 25- to 40-million-year-old Dominican amber | Science
A bacterial spore was revived, cultured, and identified from the abdominal contents of extinct bees preserved for 25 to 40 ... Revival and identification of bacterial spores in 25- to 40-million-year-old Dominican amber ... Revival and identification of bacterial spores in 25- to 40-million-year-old Dominican amber ... Revival and identification of bacterial spores in 25- to 40-million-year-old Dominican amber ...http://science.sciencemag.org/content/268/5213/1060
Oral microbiome drug containing bacterial spores may be effective treatment for recurrent C. difficile infection -...
Oral microbiome drug containing bacterial spores may be effective treatment for recurrent C. difficile infection. Spores from ... which contains bacterial spores, a dormant form that only becomes active in appropriate environments like the lower ... Treatment failure occurs because antibiotics do not inactivate C. difficile spores, which can germinate and produce toxins that ... Antibiotics also increase the risk of recurrent CDI, since they kill beneficial bacterial species in the gastrointestinal tract ...https://www.massgeneral.org/about/pressrelease.aspx?id=1894
Bacterial Spores Survive Simulated Meteorite Impact | springerprofessional.de
Bacterial Spores Survive Simulated Meteorite Impact. Buch. Biological Processes Associated with Impact Events Print ISBN: 978-3 ... Although the spore layer showed an intense darkening after the shock treatment, up to 500 spores per sample survived, resulting ... bacterial endospores of Bacillus subtilis), sandwiched between two quartz layers, were subjected to a shock pressure of 32 GPa ... in a survival rate up to 10−4. The data demonstrate that a substantial fraction of spores are able to survive the severe shock ...https://www.springerprofessional.de/bacterial-spores-survive-simulated-meteorite-impact/6670434
KAKEN - Research Projects | Biochemical and molecular biological studies on germination of bacterial spores (KAKENHI-PROJECT...
Bacterial spores / Germination / Cortex-lytic enzymes / Amidase / 細胞胞子. Research Abstract. Bacterial spore cortex-lytic enzymes ... Publications] Ryuichi Moriyama: 'Antimicrobial action of sucrose esters of fatty acids on bacterial spores' Journal of ... Publications] Moriyama, Ryuichi: 'Antimicrobial action of sucrose esters of fatty acids on bacterial spores.' Journal of ... Publications] Ryuichi Moriyama: 'Antimicrobial action of sucrose esters of fatty acids on bacterial spores' Journal of ...https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-07660105/
ASMscience | The Bacterial Spore: fro
The Bacterial Spore provides a comprehensive series of reviews of the major topics in spore biology that represent intensive, ... The Bacterial Spore also encompasses the diversity of spore research, which will appeal to those seeking to broaden their ... The Bacterial Spore is a reference for a wide range of readers, including geneticists, cell biologists, physiologists, ... cutting-edge spore research. Editors Adam Driks and Patrick Eichenberger assembled chapters written by a team of diverse and ...http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555819323
Anaerobic Bacterial Infections (Non-Spore-Forming) | SpringerLink
Non-spore-forming anaerobic bacteria of clinical significance are found primarily in the genera Bacteroides, Fusobacterium, ... Finegold S.M. (1988) Anaerobic Bacterial Infections (Non-Spore-Forming). In: Balows A., Hausler W.J., Ohashi M., Turano A., ... Non-spore-forming anaerobic bacteria of clinical significance are found primarily in the genera Bacteroides, Fusobacterium, ...https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4612-3898-0_5
Excluding bacterial spores from aseptic compounding
Cardboard is known to be a potential reservoir of bacterial and fungal spores and, therefore, kept away from the pharmacy ... Could spore contamination occur in actual compounding?. The difference between the recovery of Bacillus isolated on the surface ... Despite the use of sporicides it is feasible that Bacillus spores on the TSB bottle surface and bung survived disinfection ... Cherwell Laboratories triple-wrapped TSB is a faster and more effective way to prevent spore contamination resulting in ...https://www.cleanroomtechnology.com/news/article_page/Excluding_bacterial_spores_from_aseptic_compounding/137008
CellNetworks - Heidelberg Researchers Study Formation of Bacterial Spores
Spore "memory" links different stages of the bacterial life cycle. Bacterial spores store information about the individual ... By linking the different phases of the bacterial life cycle, the spore 'memory' could drive adaptations to ecological niches ... Early forming spores contain higher levels of the enzyme than late forming spores (left). After the addition of the amino-acid ... The enzyme is then stored in the new spores, where it remains inactive until new nutrients arrive that facilitate spore revival ...http://cellnetworks.uni-hd.de/news/1240883/Heidelberg_Researchers_Study_Formation_of_Bacterial_Spores
Amplicon sequencing for the quantification of spoilage microbiota in complex foods including bacterial spores | Microbiome |...
The detection limit of bar-coded 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing was determined for the number of bacterial spores in a canned ... In this study, we adapted and optimized 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing for quantification of bacterial spores in a canned food ... This study shows that the composition of complex spoilage populations, including bacterial spores, can be monitored in complex ... The study indicates variable detection limits among species of bacterial spores resulting from differences in DNA extraction ...https://microbiomejournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40168-015-0096-3
Inactivation Treatment of Bacterial Spores Contaminated Spices by Atmospheric Plasma Jet - Plasma Medicine, Volume 4, 2014,...
Inactivation Treatment of Bacterial Spores Contaminated Spices by Atmospheric Plasma Jet. Yuichiro Takemura Department of ... Home , Journals , Plasma Medicine , Volume 4, 2014 Issue 1-4 , Inactivation Treatment of Bacterial Spores Contaminated Spices ... Microbial spores of Bacillus species are the common contaminant in many spices. We performed inactivation processing using an ...http://www.dl.begellhouse.com/journals/5a5b4a3d419387fb,700f28e67d84b510,6ebdef2642136c8d.html
Bacterial Spores: Structure, Importance and examples of spore forming bacteria
Importance and examples of spore forming bacteria. Bacterial Spores: Structure, Importance and examples of spore forming ... Resistance of Bacterial spore may be mediated by dipicolinic acid, a calcium ion chelator found only in spores. When the ... Spore formation (sporulation) occurs when nutrients, such as sources of carbon and nitrogen are depleted. Bacterial spores are ... Important features of Spores. Medical Implications. Spores are highly resistant to heating; spores are not killed by boiling ( ...https://microbeonline.com/bacterial-spores-structure-importance-and-examples-of-spore-forming-bacteria/
"Acquisition and Retention of Bacterial Spores (Bacillus Atrophaeus) by" by Kieron Marie Torres
All species delivered spores but BG retention among species varied over time. Results demonstrate the potential of insects to ... and the homogenate and first and fifth washes were cultured on Trypticase Soy Agar to determine recovery of BG spores. ... Acquisition and retention of spores of an anthrax surrogate, Bacillus atrophaeus Nakamura ('BG') were evaluated in eight insect ... serve as biosentinels for detecting the presence of spore-forming bacteria in the environment. ...https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/etd/1328/
OSA | Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of bacterial spores, molds, pollens, and protein: initial studies of discrimination...
Peak Identification of Species Observed in the Bacterial Spore B. subtilis. Peak Wavelength (nm) Species Peak Wavelength (nm) ... Peak Identification of Species Observed in the Bacterial Spore B. subtilis. Peak Wavelength (nm) Species Peak Wavelength (nm) ... Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) has been used to study bacterial spores, molds, pollens, and proteins. Biosamples ... Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of bacterial spores, molds, pollens, and protein: initial studies of discrimination ...https://www.osapublishing.org/ao/abstract.cfm?uri=ao-42-30-6205&usertoken=%7Btoken%7D
Probing biomolecular interaction forces using an anharmonic acoustic technique for selective detection of bacterial spores. -...
Probing biomolecular interaction forces using an anharmonic acoustic technique for selective detection of bacterial spores.. ... Probing biomolecular interaction forces using an anharmonic acoustic technique for selective detection of bacterial spores. ... Atomic Force Microspheres Point-of-Care Systems Polystyrenes Quartz Crystal Microbalance Techniques Spores, Bacterial ... Spores of Bacillus subtilis (Bacillus anthracis simulant) were immobilized on a thickness-shear mode AT-cut quartz crystal ...http://publications.eng.cam.ac.uk/322786/
The reliable and fast detection of bacterial spores is of great
... The reliable and fast detection of bacterial spores is of ... The reliable and fast detection of bacterial spores is of great * Supplementary MaterialsSI. that a nanoparticle drug is ... spores have already been designed for is certainly difficult to utilize, and then the carefully related species and so are ... Several direct methods derive from DNA or proteins recognition and cannot differentiate between practical and useless spores. ...http://www.researchatlanta.org/2019/07/the-reliable-and-fast-detection-of-bacterial-spores-is-of-great/
Persistence of Biomarker ATP and ATP-Generating Capability in Bacterial Cells and Spores Contaminating Spacecraft Materials...
Fig.6).6). Again, exposure of B. subtilis 168 spores (Fig. (Fig.6A)6A) or B. pumilus SAFR-03 spores (Fig. (Fig.6B)6B) in the ... spore viability was inactivated much more quickly than was the ability of spores to produce ATP upon triggering of spore ... It was determined by phase-contrast microscopy that spore preparations consisted of ,99% phase-bright spores. Spores were ... Viability and ATP levels of cells and spores deposited on coupons. Before assessing the survival of the bacterial species to ...http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC2519281/