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characterization of nine Pasteurella multocida bacteriophage
Karl Vernon Clemons
Written in English
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Characterization of recombinant protein of Pasteurella multocida serotype B Jamal Hussaini 1,2, Noor Masyitah Jumahat 1 1 Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Sungai Buloh Campus, Jalan Hospital, Sungai Buloh Selangor, Malaysia. 2 DDH CoRe, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. widely in some European countries. The name Pasteurella multocida proposed by Rosenbusch and Merchant in () has acquired almost universal recognition at the present time. Characteristics According to Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology (80), P. multocida belongs to the family Pasteurellaceae (genera Pasteurella,Author: Hyoik Ryu.
Although more than genome sequences of Pasteurella multocida are available, comprehensive and complete genome sequence analysis is limited. This study describes the analysis of complete genome sequence and pathogenomics of P. multocida strain PMTB The genome of PMTB has genes with more than 40 coding sequences associated with Author: Shagufta Jabeen, Huan Y. Yap, Faez Firdaus J. Abdullah, Zunita Zakaria, Nurulfiza M. Isa, Yung C. Ta. P. multocida --> rhinitis toxin --> disrupts G signal protein --> osteoclast activity up, osteoblast activity down. B. bronchseptica often associated. Prevention of atrophic rhinitis?
Characterization of Pasteurella multocida hgbA gene encoding hemoglobin binding protein. Infection and Immunity, 70(11) Bosch M, Garridoa ME, Rozasb AMP, Badiolab I, Barbéa J, Llagostera M, Pasteurella multocida contains multiple immunogenic haemin- and haemoglobin-binding proteins. Veterinary Microbiology, 99(2) Some immunological studies on a new vaccine derived frombacteriophage lysate of Pasteurella multocida in mice The study was undertaken to evaluate the humoral immune response in mice induced by a novel phage lysate vaccine against Hemorrhagic Septicemia developed from Pasteurella multocida grown under iron-restricted conditions and lysed by a Author: Hari Mohan Saxena, Yanglem Pushpa, Sabia Qureshi.
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Characterization of Pasteurella multocida associated with pneumonia in bighorn sheep Article (PDF Available) in Journal of wildlife diseases 39(3) August with Reads.
A proteinaceous substance produced by a toxigenic type D strain of Pasteurella multocida was purified by anion exchange chromatography and preparative polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE). The protein, the P. multocida toxin (PMT), had a molecular weight of kDa (SDS-PAGE) and had the same biological properties as crude extracts from toxigenic strains of P.
Cited by: A temperate bacteriophage (F) has been isolated through mitomycin C induction of a Pasteurella multocida serogroup A strain. F has a typical morphology of the family Myoviridae, presenting a hexagonal head and a long contractile tail.F is able to infect all P.
multocida serogroup A strains tested but not those belonging to other serotypes. Bacteriophage F, Cited by: Pasteurella multocida has been isolated from a multitude of hosts (), and different lineages of P.
multocida may be responsible for various diseases in both birds and mammals (9, 15).Human infections with P. multocida are in most cases of animal origin and are most often related to the bites of carnivores. However, other types of infections are also occasionally reported (25, 28, 34).Cited by: Pasteurella multocida: Molecular Biology, Toxins and Infection (Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology Book ) th Edition, Kindle Edition by Klaus Aktories (Editor), Joachim H.C.
Orth (Editor), Ben Adler (Editor) & Format: Kindle Edition. Part of: Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology ( Books Manufacturer: Springer.
The exact taxonomic positions of Pasteurella aerogenes, P. multocida biotype 1, group HB-5, 'Pasteurella piscida,' the SP group, and the bovine lymphangitis group are.
Introduction. Pasteurella multocida is a worldwide distributed veterinary pathogen, causing a wide range of diseases in domestic animals as well as zoonotic infections (Boyce et al., ).The most important diseases caused by P. multocida are haemorrhagic septicaemia in ungulates, atrophic rhinitis in swine, snuffles in rabbits and fowl cholera (Davies et al.,Ewers et al., Cited by: 8.
Isolation of P. multocida was attempted from samples obtained from the poultry and deer, using standard bacteriological procedures for a period of 2 years.
Ten isolates were obtained from samples. All the isolates were found to be pathogenic for mice. Based on variations in fermentation patterns of dulcitol, mannitol, sorbitol and trehalose, the 10 isolates Author: Thulasi G. Pillai, K. Indu, R.
Rajagopal, M. Mini, G. Krishnan Nair, Koshy John, Siju Joseph. Pasteurella multocida is a pathogenic Gram-negative bacterium that has been classified into three subspecies, five capsular serogroups and 16 serotypes. multocida serogroup A isolates are bovine nasopharyngeal commensals, bovine pathogens and common isolates from bovine respiratory disease (BRD), both enzootic calf pneumonia of young dairy Cited by: Mutters R, et al.
Reclassification of the genus Pasteurella Trevisan on the basis of deoxyribonucleic acid homology, with proposals for the new species Pasteurella dagmatic, Pasteurella canis, Pasteurella stomatis, Pasteurella anatis, and Pasteurella langaa.
Int. Syst. Bacteriol. Introduction. Pasteurella multocida is a Gram-negative bacterium that is the causative agent of many serious diseases including avian fowl cholera, bovine hemorrhagic septicemia, atrophic rhinitis in pigs and respiratory diseases in sheep, cattle and rabbits (Wilkie et al.
Pasteurella multocida isolates have traditionally been classified into five serogroups, Cited by: 6. This volume brings together contributions from experts in the field of Pasteurella research.
It covers areas such as comparative genomics, pathogenic mechanisms, bacterial proteomics, as well as a detailed description and analysis of Pasteurella multocida toxin and its interaction with host tissues, cells, immune system, and signalling : Hardcover. A novel virulent bacteriophage, vB_PmuP_PHB02 (phage PHB02), infecting Pasteurella multocida capsular type A strains, was isolated from wastewater from a swine farm in China.
Phage PHB02 has a linear double-stranded DNA genome consisting of 38, base pairs (bp), with a G+C content of % and a bp terminal redundancy.
Forty-eight putative Cited by: Article Isolation and Characterization of Pasteurella multocida from Infected Animals Rabia Durrani*1, Fawad Ali Khan2 and Qurban Ali3 Haemorrhagic septicemia is an acute and fatal disease among cattle and buffaloes caused by Pasteurella multocida.
The prevalence of this disease is 49% in animals of Pakistan. The. Characterization of immunity to Pasteurella multocida Robert Morris Nathanson Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theAllergy and Immunology Commons,Immunology and Infectious Disease Commons, and theMedical Immunology Commons.
Pasteurella multocida is a Gram-negative commensal bacterium which resides in the upper respiratory tract of mammals and birds. The organism is responsible for a variety of economically important diseases in a wide range of domestic animal species.
It causes fowl cholera of poultry, haemorrhagic septicaemia of cattle and water buffalo, atrophic rhinitis of pigs, and pneumonia Author: Rezheen Fatah Abdulrahman. Pasteurella multocida, Virulence factors. Summary Pasteurella multocida is a widespread pathogen associated with major animal diseases of economic significance.
Despite this, little is known about the capsular types, virulence gene pattern, and antimicrobial susceptibility of isolates from hosts affected by different diseases.
Molecular Characterization of Pasteurella multocida Vaccine Strains By: Hajir Badawi Mohammed Ahmed B.V.M Khartoum University () Supervisor: Dr.
Awad A. Ibrahim A dissertation submitted to the University of Khartoum in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M. in Microbiology Department of Microbiology. - Pasteurella multocida (the most common human pathogen among the pasteurellae) occupies an ecological niche in the nasopharynx of the cat similar to that of a-haemolytic Streptococcus in humans - the tonsils of dogs are a site commonly colonised with Pasteurella multocida - colonised animals generally are asymptomatic.
Molecular characteriation of Pasteurella multocida isolates from swine lungs by Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA. Ciência Rural, v, n.1, jan, 5min, followed by 30 cycles of denaturation at 95°C for 30sec, annealing at 50°C for 30sec, extension.
Molecular characterization The pure growth of the bacteria was processed for molecular characterization through polymerase chain reaction (PCR) using universal and capsular serotype specific primers of Pasteurella multocida (T able 1) following Townsend et al., (; ). PCR was performed on 25ul of PCR reaction mixture along withFile Size: 85KB.Pasteurella Antimicrobial drugs sensitivity pattern of: Gross and histopathology: Isolation and characterization of P.
multocida P. multocida: Results o o Table Showing the antibiotic sensitivity pattern of ida Antibiotic % of sensitive isolates % of resistant isolates %e of intermediate isolates Ceftizoxim(Ck) 0 0 Amoxycillin. Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) costs the U.S. cattle industry $ million/year due to morbidity, mortality, and weight loss.
Histophilus somni and Pasteurella multocida are two bacteria commonly responsible for BRD. We have shown that H. somni exists in a biofilm in vitro and in the bovine heart and lungs, and that P.
multocida can coexist in these sites with H. somni.