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*  Autoinducer - Wikipedia
Presumably, antibiotic production by P. aeruginosa is used to prevent opportunistic infections by other bacterial species. ... Sporulation, on the other hand, is a physiological response of B. subtilis to depletion of nutrients within a particular ... This phenomenon was termed "autoinduction" because it involved a molecule (autoinducer) that accumulated in a growth medium and ... ComE is a response regulator responsible for activating transcription of comX, the product of which is required to activate ...
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*  Multidrug tolerance - Wikipedia
... to be a common phenomenon that can occur by the formation of persister cells prior to the antibiotic treatment or in response ... Jayaraman R (2008). "Bacterial persistence: some new insights into an old phenomenon" (PDF). J Biosci. 33 (5): 795-805. doi: ... Persister cells have entered a non- or extremely slow-growing physiological state which makes them insensitive (refractory or ... entirely circumvents antibiotic resistance. Antibiotic resistance Antibiotic sensitivity Bacteria Biofilm Chronic wound ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... experimental endocarditis model due to MRSA that could be used to investigate bacterial pathogenesis and response to antibiotic ... Musculoskeletal and Neural Physiological Phenomena, HIV, HIV-1, AIDS, Frailty, Depression, Weight Loss, Weakness, Slowness, ... Preparation of a Blood Culture Pellet for Rapid Bacterial Identification and Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing ... We present here a simple and fast bacterial pellet preparation from a positive blood culture that can be used as a sample for ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Preparation of a Blood Culture Pellet for Rapid Bacterial Identification and Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing ... Musculoskeletal and Neural Physiological Phenomena, HIV, HIV-1, AIDS, Frailty, Depression, Weight Loss, Weakness, Slowness, ... This includes assessment of behavior, vision (by testing of the menace response), pruritus (by testing the response to ... We present here a simple and fast bacterial pellet preparation from a positive blood culture that can be used as a sample for ...
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*  Most recent papers with the keyword Transient global | Read by QxMD
Cyclic AMP Regulates Bacterial Persistence through Repression of the Oxidative Stress Response and SOS-Dependent DNA Repair in ... Bacterial persistence is a transient, nonheritable physiological state that provides tolerance to bactericidal antibiotics. The ... stringent response, toxin-antitoxin modules, and stochastic processes, among other mechanisms, play roles in this phenomenon. ... as measured by survival after exposure to a β-lactam antibiotic... ...
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*  Most recent papers with the keyword Stochastic gene | Read by QxMD
Cyclic AMP Regulates Bacterial Persistence through Repression of the Oxidative Stress Response and SOS-Dependent DNA Repair in ... Bacterial persistence is a transient, nonheritable physiological state that provides tolerance to bactericidal antibiotics. The ... Such phenomenon is likely enacted by the intrinsic stochasticity, which, in turn, is successively 'canalized' by a specific ... as measured by survival after exposure to a β-lactam antibiotic... ...
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*  Sensors | Free Full-Text | On-Chip Cellomics Assay Enabling Algebraic and Geometric Understanding of Epigenetic Information in...
Levit, M.N.; Liu, Y.; Stock, J.B. Stimulus response coupling in bacterial chemotaxis: Receptor dimers in signalling arrays. Mol ... Although the phenomenon in this report looks like the opposite from our results, it does not contradict this study. Because ... Various physiological states of bacteria are related to their survival strategy under environmental stresses. One example of ... Because of its characteristic movement it differs from pausing of antibiotic-treated filamentous cells, shown to be equivalent ...
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*  Dodging antibiotic resistance by curbing bacterial evolution
Many types of bacteria produce Mfd, an indication of its important physiological role in cells. While it was once thought to ... scarcity of nutrients and hostile environments-including attempts to destroy them with antibiotics or immune responses. ... and Mfd might promote this phenomenon." ... Non-antibiotic drugs also speed up the spread of antibiotic ... Dodging antibiotic resistance by curbing bacterial evolution. November 16, 2018, University of Washington ...
  https://phys.org/news/2018-11-dodging-antibiotic-resistance-curbing-bacterial.html
*  Immune tolerance - Wikipedia
Immune tolerance encompasses the range of physiological mechanisms by which the body reduces or eliminates an immune response ... It is used to describe the phenomenon underlying discrimination of self from non-self, suppressing allergic responses, allowing ... Oral tolerance may depend on the same mechanisms of peripheral tolerance that limit inflammation to bacterial antigens in the ... can also reduce antibiotic allergies in children.[30] ... The phenomenon of immune tolerance was first described by Ray D ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immunological_tolerance
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... experimental endocarditis model due to MRSA that could be used to investigate bacterial pathogenesis and response to antibiotic ... Musculoskeletal and Neural Physiological Phenomena, HIV, HIV-1, AIDS, Frailty, Depression, Weight Loss, Weakness, Slowness, ... The critical element in this process is timing, heavily dependent on the results of bacterial identification and antibiotic ... In vivo bioluminescent and fluorescent imaging was used to quantify the bacterial burden and neutrophil inflammatory response, ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/21407807/high-prevalence-emrsa-15-portuguese-public-buses-worrisome
*  What Your 'Gut Feeling' Is Really Telling You | Immunology
"The nervous system appears to be the perfect system for integrating all these different physiological cues to keep the amount ... I plan to be that translating communicator, and I hope to decrease the spread of misrepresented scientific phenomena! Check out ... Aballay plans on continuing his studies with dopamine antagonists and the immune response, with specific hopes to separate the ... especially in the face of growing antibiotic resistance and more research showing the importance of a healthy gut microbiome.. ...
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*  Glossary of Scientific Terms | bioMérieux Corporate Website
... present in the body or excreted by it as a biological response to a physiological or pathological. condition. A biomarker can ... Antibiotic susceptibility testing: determines the growth of a bacterium in the presence of antibiotics and classifies it as ... Gram staining: staining which reveals the properties of the bacterial wall so that they can be used to distinguish and classify ... make it possible to identify the presence, the effect and/or the measurement of specific phenomena, such as:. • the rapid or ...
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*  Professor Michael T Siva-Jothy - Academic Staff & Independent Research Fellows - People - Animal and Plant Sciences - The...
Recent work in our laboratory shows that insect hosts produce a 'tail' to their antibacterial response, a phenomenon that ... insect immune response suggest he should have added '...and keep hitting'. Antibiotic resistance is a major and increasing ... physiological and life-history consequences and responses of the sexes to traumatic insemination is of critical and direct ... are still very effective in protecting insects from bacterial insult. For example, a single type of peptide can be employed to ...
  https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/aps/staff-and-students/acadstaff/siva-jothy
*  Biofilms and Urinary Tract Health: Part 2 of 2 - Naturopathic Doctor News and Review
Bacterial communication known as quorum sensing is an acquired perception of the density of the bacterial population necessary ... The Phenomena of the UTI - Biofilm Formation In the January NDNR article "Biofilms, GALT and Dysbiosis," we discussed that ... The conventional physiological understanding of the small intestine (SI) is that it absorbs nutrition and passes on waste. In ... If a colony of bacteria is treated with an antibiotic that fails to kill just a few of the mutants, those surviving mutants ...
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*  Staff Publications
Antibiotic susceptibility of campylobacter isolates from sewage and poultry abattoir drain water.. Koenraad, P.M.F.J. ; Jacobs- ... p,,em,Campylobacter,/em, bacteria are an important cause of bacterial gastro-enteritis in man. Although food of animal origin ... Determination of several physiological parameters indicated that the contribution of the nonculturable, coccoid ,em, ... in the context of the reported dose-response model for this pathogen, it can be concluded that the role of surface waters in ...
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*  Immune tolerance - Wikipedia
It is used to describe the phenomenon underlying discrimination of self from non-self, suppressing allergic responses, allowing ... Immune tolerance encompasses the range of physiological mechanisms by which the body reduces or eliminates an immune response ... Oral tolerance may depend on the same mechanisms of peripheral tolerance that limit inflammation to bacterial antigens in the ... Repeated administration of antibiotics, which can form haptens to cause allergic reactions, can also reduce antibiotic ...
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*  Biomedical Science - BSc (Hons) - Canterbury - The University of Kent
Signalling and physiological control: Introduction to bacterial genetics. The regulation of gene expression at the ... Tumour immunology - Tumour-specific and associated antigens; immune response to tumours; tumour evasion of immune responses; ... Secondary metabolic phenomena. Relation to genetics: Autosomal recessive disorders; X-linked recessive disorders; Autosomal ... with bacteriostatic and bactericidal antibiotics and answer questions about data concerning the mode of action of antibiotic ...
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*  Frontiers | Chlamydia Persistence: A Survival Strategy to Evade Antimicrobial Effects in-vitro and in-vivo | Microbiology
As opposed to other bacterial pathogens, the spread of clinically relevant antimicrobial resistance genes does not seem to be a ... As opposed to other bacterial pathogens, the spread of clinically relevant antimicrobial resistance genes does not seem to be a ... C. trachomatis is the leading bacterial cause of sexually-transmitted infections and infectious blindness worldwide. C. ... C. trachomatis is the leading bacterial cause of sexually-transmitted infections and infectious blindness worldwide. C. ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2018.03101/full
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*  The Glycerol-Dependent Metabolic Persistence of Pseudomonas putida KT2440 Reflects the Regulatory Logic of the GlpR Repressor |...
The phenomenon known as persistence, i.e., the occurrence of a live but nongrowing fraction of cells in a bacterial pool (20), ... This parameter, termed time of metabolic response (tMR), was further used to quantify the response of single-cell cultures. (B ... or physiological. Pseudomonads exhibit such phenomena in the natural niches which they inhabit (17, 51). While virtually all ... Bistable expression of virulence genes in Salmonella leads to the formation of an antibiotic-tolerant subpopulation. PLoS Biol ...
  https://mbio.asm.org/content/6/2/e00340-15
*  Difference between revisions of "Lon Chubiz" - OpenWetWare
... this paradox will become an important phenomena to understand in order to produce optimized cellular responses. ... One strategy that has emerged throughout millions of years of evolution is for cells to regulate physiological events at the ... long-term characterization of bacterial motility using optical tweezers", Nat. Methods (2009) PMID: 19801991 ... Antibiotic resistance. Synthetic ecology. Evolutionary dynamics. Transcriptional Regulatory Networks and Cellular Physiology. ...
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*  Predicting antibiotic resistance among goals of U... ( HOUSTON Dec. 17 2013 Going back in ...)
... antibiotic,resistance,among,goals,of,UH,research,biological,biology news articles,biology news today,latest biology news, ... Better understanding the genetic and physiological bases of evolvability is important in vaccine and antibiotic design, as well ... Discovery of mechanisms predicting response to new treatments in colon cancer. 4. Predicting how patients respond to therapy. 5 ... one day be able to isolate a bacterial pathogen and predict the likelihood it will become resistant to a particular antibiotic ...
  http://www.bio-medicine.org/biology-news-1/Predicting-antibiotic-resistance-among-goals-of-UH-research-33160-1/
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Aging is a phenomenon that results in steady physiological deterioration in nearly all organisms in which it has been examined ... Preparation of a Blood Culture Pellet for Rapid Bacterial Identification and Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing ... To impose RV stress, we employed a surgical model of pulmonary artery constriction (PAC) and measured the RV response over a 7- ... Most life forms exhibit daily rhythms in cellular, physiological and behavioral phenomena that are driven by endogenous ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/23135542/weekend-admissions-as-an-independent-predictor-mortality-an-analysis
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
A physiological stress response by herbivores to the risk of predation can change the C:N elemental composition of herbivore ... Biological Phenomena, Chemical Phenomena, Metabolic Phenomena, Microbiological Phenomena, Earth Resources and Remote Sensing, ... Infection, Issue 92, Bacterial infection, neonatal bacterial meningitis, bacteremia, sepsis, animal model, K1 polysaccharide, ... including time-consuming CFU counting that depends greatly on antibiotic makers. In the case of antibiotic resistant strains ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/20574514/deathly-drool-evolutionary-ecological-basis-septic-bacteria-komodo
*  Role of Elicitors in Inducing Resistance in Plants against Pathogen Infection: A Review
Hypersensitive Response (HR). Direct physiological contact between the host and infecting parasite is obviously necessary for ... J. E. Leach and F. F. White, "Bacterial avirulence genes," Annual Review of Phytopathology, vol. 34, pp. 153-179, 1996. View at ... There must be some natural phenomenon of induced resistance to protect plants from disease. Elicitors are compounds, which ... Nearly all chemical pesticides or fungicides have a direct antibiotic principle. But their use at commercial level is ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2013/762412/