*  Thermal treatments modulate bacterial adhesion to dental enamel | ScholarBank@NUS
bacteria. bacterial adhesion. dental caries susceptibility. enamel. microscopy. non-ablative laser treatment. ... Bacterial adhesion to treated surfaces was characterized by confocal laser scanning microscopy, and adhesion force was ... Hu, X.L.,Ho, B.,Lim, C.T.,Hsu, C.S. (2011-12). Thermal treatments modulate bacterial adhesion to dental enamel. Journal of ... preventing the adhesion of some bacterial species. © 2011 International & American Associations for Dental Research. ...
  http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/52560
*  Targeting Wall Teichoic Acids Byosynthesis in Ocular Infection | IOVS | ARVO Journals
Monolayers were washed to remove unbound bacteria, and bacterial adhesion and internalization was quantified. To determine the ... To determine the role of WTAs in adhesion and invasion in vitro, RN4220 or RN4220ΔtarO (108CFU/ml) were exposed to human ...
  http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2364807
*  Cistus Tea is essential for biofilm breakup, according to Dr. Klinghardt of Washington State!! - Lyme Disease - HealingWell.com...
Initial bacterial adhesion are the bacteria that form together to cause dental plaque It isn't even the plaque itself. Great.. ... Cistus-tea may be used to reduce the initial bacterial adhesion in the oral cavity.'. Which translates to Lysterine.. It kills ... And in that study, the association with biofilms was that 'Cistus-tea may be used to reduce the initial bacterial adhesion in ... Cistus-tea may be used to reduce the initial bacterial adhesion in the oral cavity.' ...
  https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=30&m=2546544
*  Salmonella typhimurium intercepts Escherichia coli signaling to enhance antibiotic tolerance | Proceedings of the National...
... elegans infection model was used here to create a spatially nonhomogenous mixed-bacterial culture with adhesion of bacteria to ... Social interaction within bacterial communities, and particularly communication between pathogenic and commensal bacteria, is a ... Bacterial Swarms Recruit Cargo Bacteria To Pave the Way in Toxic Environments ... We hypothesized that pathogenic bacteria could use communication signals produced by commensal bacteria to sense and adjust ...
  http://www.pnas.org/content/110/35/14420.full
*  IDEALS @ Illinois: Role of disinfectants and pipe materials on bacterial adhesion onto biofilms
The effect of bacteria surface hydrophobicity on bacterial adhesion was also investigated by starving Legionella cells in ... bacterial adhesion. Abstract:. Biofilms are ubiquitous in aquatic environments. Biofilms have been shown to attract and harbor ... Adhesion of every bacterial strain had found to increase on rougher biofilms than smoother ones. Besides normally grown ... On clean PVC, copper and biofilms surfaces, the adhesion of three bacterial strains was found to increase as a function of ...
  https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/handle/2142/46772
*  Oral microbiology - Wikipedia
Bacterial adhesion is particularly important for oral bacteria. Oral bacteria have evolved mechanisms to sense their ... Bacteria species typically associated with oral flora have been found to be present in women with bacterial vaginosis. Genera ... The oral cavity of the new-born baby does not contain bacteria but rapidly becomes colonized with bacteria such as ... However, a highly efficient innate host defense system constantly monitors the bacterial colonization and prevents bacterial ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oral_microbiology
*  Pathogens | Free Full-Text | The Natural Antimicrobial Enzyme Lysozyme is Up-Regulated in Gastrointestinal Inflammatory...
The density of the GI bacteria varies, from 103/mL near the gastric outlet, to 1010/mL at the ileocecal valve, to 1011 to 1012/ ... Bacterial resistance continues to exhaust our supply of commercial antibiotics. The potential use of lysozyme to treat ... This up-regulation is a response directed to the special types of bacteria recently detected in these diseases. The aim of ... It is, therefore, remarkable that despite the prima facie inauspicious mixture of harmful secretions and bacteria, the normal ...
  http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0817/3/1/73/htm
*  Fluid forces within the body help invasive bacteria
"Bacterial adhesion has been described for a century - bacteria need to adhere in order to colonize," Sokurenko says. "It s ... "We need to know how bacterial adhesion is altered by shear. FimH is the second adhesion protein, after fibronectin, for which ... "We need to know how bacterial adhesion is altered by shear," says another author, Dr. Viola Vogel, director of the University ... UW researchers have identified a mechanism by which the bacterial adhesion protein FimH can detect the presence of shear flow ...
  http://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/medicine-health/report-10920.html
*  The mechanics of adhesion polymers and their role in bacterial attachment
Biopolymers are vital structures for many liv- ing organisms; for a variety of bacteria, adhesion polymers play a crucial role ... coli bacterial infection starts with adhesion to a host cell using cell surface expressed adhesion polymers, called adhesion ... These pili, which are vital for bacterial adhesion, thereby serve as a new possible approach in the fight against bacterial ... The mechanics of adhesion polymers and their role in bacterial attachment. Zakrisson, Johan Umeå University, Faculty of Science ...
  http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:857819
*  Patent US6126955 - Apo-transferrin as a potent inhibitor of bacterial adhesion to biomaterials - Google Patents
Methods of inhibiting bacterial adhesion to medical implants and reducing device-associated infection are effectuated by ... Effect of Serum on Bacterial Adhesion. In this example, adhesion studies were conducted to examine the ability of bacteria to ... At the end of incubation, surfaces were rinsed 3 times with 3 ml of PBS to remove non-adherent bacteria. Bacterial adhesion to ... To determine whether apo-Tf inhibits bacterial adhesion by coating the surface, thus rendering bacteria from adhering, ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US6126955?dq=5685792
*  Bacterial Adhesion | Springer for Research & Development
Bacteria can adhere to organic and inorganic surfaces, to each other, and of course to host cells during pathogenesis. The ... Adhesion plays a major role in the bacterial lifestyle. ... Short Time-Scale Bacterial Adhesion Dynamics Jing Geng, Nelly ... Adhesion plays a major role in the bacterial lifestyle. Bacteria can adhere to organic and inorganic surfaces, to each other, ... Assessing Bacterial Adhesion on an Individual Adhesin and Single Pili Level Using Optical Tweezers ...
  https://rd.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-94-007-0940-9
*  Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Biofilms and Their Influence on Bacterial Adhesion and Cohesion
Biofilms can be graded based on the activities of the bacteria within them. Distinct subpopulations of the bacteria are located ... T. R. Garrett, M. Bhakoo, and Z. Zhang, "Bacterial adhesion and biofilms on surfaces," Progress in Natural Science, vol. 18, no ... Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Biofilms and Their Influence on Bacterial Adhesion and Cohesion. Khulood Hamid ... In the adhesion assay, the impact of biofilms on cell adhesion to the surface of glass beads was investigated using unwashed ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2016/4708425/
*  Surface enhanced bacterial fluorescence a... & related info | Mendeley
The use of flow displacement systems for studying initial bacterial adhesion to surfaces is mostly confined to transparent ... arising from adhering bacteria offers a new pathway for evaluating bacterial cell surface deformation during adhesion. ... The use of flow displacement systems for studying initial bacterial adhesion to surfaces is mostly confined to transparent ... To this end, a stepwise protocol is described to quantify adhesion of green-fluorescent-protein producing Staphylococcus aureus ...
  https://www.mendeley.com/research-papers/surface-enhanced-bacterial-fluorescence-enumeration-bacterial-adhesion/
*  Bacterial adhesion in aquatic system - Wikipedia
The motility of bacteria also has a significant effect on the bacterial adhesion. Monmotile and motile bacteria showed ... At the same ionic strength, motile bacteria showed greater adhesion to the surface than nomotile bacteria and motile bacteria ... Bacterial adhesion involves the attachment (or deposition) of bacteria on the surface (solid, gel layer, etc.). This ... The low adhesion of bacteria to soil is essential key for the success of in-situ bioremediation in groundwater treatment. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_adhesion_in_aquatic_system
*  Molecular mechanisms modulating host epithelial integrity in response to bacterial adhesion at University of Birmingham on...
Molecular mechanisms modulating host epithelial integrity in response to bacterial adhesion at University of Birmingham, listed ... Bacterial adhesion is one of the first and most crucial steps during the interaction between bacteria and host organisms. This ... Molecular mechanisms modulating host epithelial integrity in response to bacterial adhesion University of Birmingham. , School ... We recently identified Multivalent Adhesion Molecules (MAMs) as a new and wide-spread family of bacterial adhesins mediating ...
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*  Tutorial review for understanding of cholangiopathy.
For example, it can directly bind and neutralize bacterial toxins. SIgA can bind to bacteria and prevent their adhesion to the ... The biliary tree is affected by several types of infectious diseases, such as bacterial, fungal, protozoan, parasitic, and ... Stagnation of bile due to biliary stenosis or obliteration is followed by bacterial cholangitis, frequently with sepsis or ... Amplification and sequence analysis of partial bacterial 16S ribosomal RNA gene in gallbladder bile from patients with primary ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Tutorial-review-understanding-cholangiopathy/21994886.html
*  Factors Impacting Corneal Epithelial Barrier Function against Pseudomonas aeruginosa Traversal | IOVS | ARVO Journals
Although blotting enabled bacterial binding to the otherwise adhesion-resistant epithelial surface, adherent bacteria did not ... mice became permissive to bacterial penetration (Figs. 6B-D). While bacteria were found below the superficial surface, bacteria ... Neither fluorescein staining nor bacterial adhesion necessarily predict or enable corneal susceptibility to bacterial ... Bacterial traversal did occur when blotted corneas were then EGTA treated before the addition of bacteria or if SP-D knockout ...
  https://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2126520
*  Microorganisms | Free Full-Text | The Role of Glycans in Bacterial Adhesion to Mucosal Surfaces: How Can Single-Molecule...
In parallel with this increased interest for and understanding of bacterial adhesion, there has been a growth in the ... Resent research within this field has documented the important roles played by glycans for bacterial surface adhesion, either ... have contributed to clarifying the mechanisms underlying bacterial adhesion to glycosylated surfaces in general and mucosal ... Bacterial adhesion is currently the subject of increased interest from the research community, leading to fast progress in our ...
  http://www.mdpi.com/2076-2607/6/2/39
*  Preparation of Antibacterial Silver-Doped Silica Glass Microspheres by Sol-Gel Method
In the bacterial and the adhesion test, CaPSiO2 and S53P4 had the strongest antimicrobial effect against studied bacteria. It ... The bacterial adhesion was studied using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). ... In this paperthe silver particle was adhered to the sponge by different ways and the sponge became to resistance bacterium. The ...
  https://www.scientific.net/KEM.240-242.229
*  Ultrathin Films Resist Bacteria | News & Features | May 2008 | Photonics.com
bacterial adhesionBiophotonicschemicalsindustrialmaterial surfacesmedical devicesmicrobe accumulationnanoNews & Features ... "For those bacteria that readily form biofilms, we have no delusions that we can prevent bacterial films from starting to form. ... "All other factors being equal, mechanical stiffness of material surfaces increases bacterial adhesion," said Krystyn Van Vliet ... As a result, the films could be designed to prevent accumulation of hazardous bacteria or promote growth of desirable bacteria ...
  https://www.photonics.com/a33789/Ultrathin_Films_Resist_Bacteria
*  The Witebsky Center :: Kate Rittenhouse-Olson
... adhesion and spread of cancer cells and bacteria and viruses. Immune responses to these structures can therefore be an ... bacterial vaccine stability assays and bacteria rapid diagnosis assay development. The immunochemical aspects of this work were ... Further experiments showed that one of these mimics inhibited tumor cell adhesion to the vascular endothelium to a similar ... These analyses confirmed that there is differential surface expression of the adhesion molecules,and surface carbohydrates ...
  http://www.smbs.buffalo.edu/wcmpi/Faculty/rittenhouseolson.html
*  A closer look yields new clues to why bacteria stick to things
Bacterial adhesion is also responsible for many medical problems such as tooth decay and artificial limb and organ rejection. " ... A single bacterium has both, and the aggregate is known as a polymer brush. Campen put polymers similar to those on bacteria, ... "At that level, the processes that cause a bacterium to adhere to a mineral in soil or to a tooth have to be the same." ... In the ocean, bacteria can be released into the water to clean up oil spills, carried to the target by the same currents that ...
  https://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/life-sciences/report-17368.html
*  The DEFLECT line of lectin-blocking formulas
... while also inhibiting bacterial adhesion to the gut as well (bacteria use their own lectins to attach to the intestines) a ... The amino sugars in DEFLECT can also help prevent re-infection by H. pylorri and many gram-negative bacteria which cause ... Some lectins are are not food derived (such as bacteria, Candida, pollen, or even our own immune systems) and dietary avoidance ... These lectins are powerful exogenous growth factors for the small intestine, can induce dramatic shifts in its bacterial flora ...
  http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2008/08/10/the-deflect-line-of-lectin-blocking-form?blog=26
*  when people say 'there's no scientific evidence' - Print Topic - Archive
... while also inhibiting bacterial adhesion to the gut as well (bacteria use their own lectins to attach to the intestines) a ... The amino sugars in DEFLECT can also help prevent re-infection by H. pylorri and many gram-negative bacteria which cause ... Some lectins are not food derived (such as bacteria, Candida, pollen, or even our own immune systems) and dietary avoidance ... bladder infections, by flooding their own lectin receptors, thereby preventing adhesion, the first step needed for infection. ...
  http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?v-print/m-1332360891/
*  Bacterial adhesion in vitro and in silico - LMU Munich
"The bacterium makes use of a very unusual mechanism, which is both extremely intricate and highly effective, and endows the ... Bacterial adhesion in vitro and in silico. München, 03/29/2018. LMU researchers have characterized the physical mechanism that ... Bacterial pathogens have evolved highly effective strategies that enable them to adhere to target cells and niches in the ... "Pathogenic bacteria bind to target molecules on host cells with unusual persistence, and this has its basis in physical ...
  http://www.en.uni-muenchen.de/news/newsarchiv/2018/gaub_staphylococci.html