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Bacteriophage-host interactions in lactic streptococci
Alan Roy Huggins
Written in English
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The first contact between an infecting phage and its bacterial host is the attachment of the phage to the host cell. This attachment is mediated by the phage's receptor binding protein (RBP), which recognizes and binds to a receptor on the bacterial surface. Written by eminent international researchers actively involved in the disparate areas of bacteriophage research this book focuses on the current rapid developments in this exciting field.
The book opens with an excellent chapter that provides a broad overview of the topics and also highlights the multifaceted nature of bacteriophage research.
Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) have always played a very important role in diary industry for their fermentative capacities. LAB comprise a wide range of genera and include lactococci, lactic streptococci and lactobacilli. When these microorganisms are present in the foodFile Size: 3MB.
The study of the interactions between lactic acid bacteria and their bacteriophages has been a vibrant and rewarding research activity for a considerable number of Cited by: Costello, V. () Characterization of bacteriophage-host interactions in Streptococcus cremoris UC and related lactic streptococci.
PhD Thesis, The National University of Ireland. PhD Thesis, The National University of by: Bacteriophage host range and bacterial resistance. Hyman P(1), Abedon ST. Author information: (1)MedCentral College of Nursing, Mansfield, Ohio, USA.
Host range describes the Bacteriophage-host interactions in lactic streptococci book of organisms a parasite is capable of infecting, with limits on host range stemming from parasite, host, or environmental by: The absence of host lethality upon expression of the phage genes again shows that bacteriophage–host Bacteriophage-host interactions in lactic streptococci book are not restricted to the inhibition of essential host-cell functions.
Taken together, our data support the already Bacteriophage-host interactions in lactic streptococci book concept that many phage early proteins are involved in bacteriophage–host by: Although an abundance of bacteriophages exists, little is known about interactions between their proteins and those of their bacterial hosts.
Here, we experimentally determined the phage-host interactomes of the phages Dp-1 and Cp-1 and their underlying protein interaction network in the host Streptococcus pneumoniae. We compared our results Bacteriophage-host interactions in lactic streptococci book the interaction patterns of E.
coli Cited by: 4. A procedure for systematic identiﬁcation of bacteriophage–host interactions of P. aeruginosa phages Bart Roucourt⁎, Elke Lecoutere, Andrew Chibeu, Kirsten Hertveldt, Guido Volckaert, Rob Lavigne Division of Gene Technology, Department of Biosystems, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Kasteelpark Arenberg 21 boxLeuven, B, Belgium.
The study of bacteriophage-host interactions has been instrumental in the development of genetic systems in many genera, and laid many of the foundations of modern molecular genetics.
The lysogenic conversion genes are located between the lysin gene and the right phage attachment site. Non-attributed genes were found at the same genome position of. Phages, in turn, employ numerous resistance‐countering and therefore host-range expanding adaptations, as are also discussed in these reviews.
See also Ackermann and DuBow,Nieradko and Los,Weinbauer, for further explorations of phage host range and bacterial resistance. Download: Download full-size image; Figure Cited by: The human virome is associated with Type-1 diabetes (T1D), Type-2 diabetes (T2D), Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection, and cancer.
Increasing evidence also supports trans-kingdom interactions of viruses with bacteria, small eukaryotes and host in disease by: 7. He was awarded a DSc by the National University of Ireland in for his published work. His research interests span fundamental and applied aspects of the industrially important Lactic Acid Bacteria which are used in the production of fermented foods and probiotics, topics in which he has published approximately peer reviewed papers.
The Application of Bacteriophage Host Recognition Binding Proteins for the Isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica in Foods. Show full item record. The isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica, an important zoonotic agent causing yersiniosis in humans poses a major challenge due to the poor sensitivity of culture methods.
The objective of this Author: Carlos G. Leon-Velarde. Influence on the interactions between lactic acid bacteria during sourdough fermentation' Settanni, L,Massitti, O,Van Sinderen, D,Corsetti, A; () 'In situ activity of a bacteriocin-producing Lactococcus lactis strain.
Influence on the interactions between lactic acid bacteria during sourdough fermentation'. Bacteriophage Ecology Group News - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - @ by Stephen T.
Abedon (editor) December 1, issue (#25) Phage Ecology on. Characterization of novel bacteriophage phiC capable of lysing multidrug-resistant Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli OH7 Luis Amarillas1,2, Cristo´bal Chaidez3, Arturo Gonza´lez-Robles4, Yadira Lugo-Melchor5 and Joseﬁna Leo´n-Fe´lix1 1 Laboratorio de Biologı ´a Molecular y Genomica Funcional, Centro de Investigacionen Alimentacio ´n y Desarrollo, A.
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Finally there is a chapter on how to maintain phage stocks once you have them. Bacteriophage–host interactions (Volume 1, Section 3) includes the construction of mutants using chemical mutagenesis or by recombineering, studies on lysogens, and transduction by temperate and lytic phages.
Bacteriophage target specific types of bacteria, in this case, P. acnes. This host specificity characteristic of phage is a nice property of a drug, because it gets rid of off-target effects, and is not dangerous in the sense that it can attack other bacteria that may be essential to our.
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