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LEGER: knowledge database and visualization tool for comparative genomics of pathogenic and non-pathogenic Listeria species

G. Dieterich
2006 Nucleic Acids Research  
The publication of its genome sequence and that of the non-pathogenic 20 species Listeria innocua initiated numerous comparative studies and efforts to sequence all species comprising the genus.  ...  LEGER offers three unique key features: (i) it is the first comprehensive information system focusing on the functional 30 assignment of genes and proteins; (ii) integrated visualization tools, KEGG pathway  ...  The genome sequences of L.monocytogenes and the non-pathogenic species L.innocua were published by the European Listeria Genome Consortium in 2001 (10) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkj071 pmid:16381897 pmcid:PMC1347434 fatcat:incf3r7corhbvlxcyczdri3b7e

Development of ListeriaBase and comparative analysis of Listeria monocytogenes

Mui Fern Tan, Cheuk Chuen Siow, Avirup Dutta, Naresh VR Mutha, Wei Yee Wee, Hamed Heydari, Shi Yang Tan, Mia Yang Ang, Guat Jah Wong, Siew Woh Choo
2015 BMC Genomics  
Listeria consists of both pathogenic and non-pathogenic species.  ...  Reports of similarities between the genomic content between some pathogenic and non-pathogenic species necessitates the investigation of these species at the genomic level to understand the evolution of  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully thank all members of the Genome Informatics Research Group (GIRG) for a fruitful discussion and valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12864-015-1959-5 pmid:26444974 pmcid:PMC4595109 fatcat:e5lygfthyrhsrjieo7ia4riwfq

Comparison of Surface Proteomes of Adherence Variants of Listeria Monocytogenes Using LC-MS/MS for Identification of Potential Surface Adhesins

Hung Tiong, Steven Hartson, Peter Muriana
2016 Pathogens  
The ability of Listeria monocytogenes to adhere and form biofilms leads to persistence in food processing plants and food-associated listeriosis.  ...  In prior research comparing different methods for surface protein extraction, the Ghost urea method revealed cleaner protein content as verified by the least cytoplasmic protein detected in surface extracts  ...  Author Contributions: Hung King Tiong performed the work during the course of his PhD dissertation studies at Oklahoma State University (Dept. of Animal Science) and wrote the initial rough draft of the  ... 
doi:10.3390/pathogens5020040 pmid:27196934 pmcid:PMC4931391 fatcat:rkgxklefvba33jc3v4kjsdkhyi

A systematic review of the clinical, public health and cost-effectiveness of rapid diagnostic tests for the detection and identification of bacterial intestinal pathogens in faeces and food

I Abubakar, L Irvine, C Aldus, G Wyatt, R Fordham, S Schelenz, L Shepstone, A Howe, M Peck, P Hunter
2007 Health Technology Assessment  
Non-UK purchasers will have to pay a small fee for post and packing. For European countries the cost is £2 per monograph and for the rest of the world £3 per monograph.  ...  Additionally the HTA website allows you either to pay securely by credit card or to print out your order and then post or fax it.  ...  and Listeria.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta11360 pmid:17803865 fatcat:onavonjugra4jdcrq2zjxoexey

Déterminants écologiques et microbiologiques de la composante environnementale de la leptospirose en Nouvelle-Calédonie

Emilie Bierque, Université De La Nouvelle-Calédonie, Institut Pasteur De Nouvelle-Calédonie, Réseau International Des Instituts Pasteur, Institut De Recherche Pour Le Développement (France). Centre De Nouméa, Cyrille Goarant, Linda Guentas
Identifying the habitat of these pathogenic bacteria will improve control and prevention strategies for this potentially fatal disease, applicable to other environmental infections.  ...  There are now 64 species of which 46 have been isolated from the environment.  ...  The authors are indebted to Professor Jean-Marc Ghigo for critical discussions and support at the start of this project.  ... 
doi:10.6098/2020ncal0001 fatcat:u3ibkframvahxnczkifuwo5fua

Detection and speciation of Arcobacter bacteria using Raman spectroscopy

Kaidi Wang
Rabid and accurate identification of Arcobacter species is of great importance because these bacteria have been considered as emerging foodborne pathogens and potential zoonotic agents.  ...  For the identification of Arcobacter to the species level, an overall accuracy of 94.13% was achieved for all 18 Arcobacter species by using Raman spectroscopy in combination with machine learning using  ...  Physical description Arcobacter species are Gram-negative and non-spore-forming bacteria.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0380696 fatcat:fnaxkr6dq5bkjmcl6oovdazbgu

Beneficial Microorganisms in Agriculture, Food and the Environment: Safety Assessment and Regulation Beneficial Microorganisms in Agriculture, Food and the Environment: Safety Assessment and Regulation

Ingvar Sundh, Andrea Wilcks, Mark Goettel
for part of this work.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements The author gratefully acknowledges support from the California Department of Food and Agriculture and the US National Science Foundation award 0646658.  ...  Leger and ChengShu, 2010) .  ... 

Health solutions: theoretical foundations of the shift from sectoral to integrated systems

R Kock, K Queenan, J Garnier, L R Nielsen, S Buttigieg, D De Meneghi, M Holmberg, J Zinsstag, Simon Rüegg, B Häsler
The authors would like to thank Dr Martin Hitziger (University of Zurich) and Prof. Jakob Zinsstag (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute) for editorial input to this work.  ...  Jim Scudamore (University of Liverpool) and Dr Serge Morand (CIRAD) reviewed and provided useful further suggestions for the work, so the authors would also like to acknowledge their contributions.  ...  Searching for similarities between biological sequences, using genomics as a tool to quantify abundance of genomes as opposed to informatics looking for functionality e.g. using basic local alignment search  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-169952 fatcat:h6w7w4zllnaz3a2zzksscde3ba

Hcp-dependent delivery of type VI secretion system effectors by Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Sophie Howard, Alain Filloux
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a Gram-negative opportunistic pathogen, utilises the type VI secretion system (T6SS) for virulence and bacterial competition by firing toxic effectors into eukaryotes and prokaryotes  ...  We revealed that Hcp2 and Hcp3 inner tube residues were also important for interaction with two newly identified effectors, suggesting a common delivery mode for multiple effectors via the inside of the  ...  PA2372 is not widely distributed, analysis on the Pseudomonas genome database shows that it only has 46 Pseudomonas spp. orthologue groups compared to the ~300 that most T6SS proteins have, and for PA2372  ... 
doi:10.25560/95779 fatcat:hvgehqiclvfj5nulotnuwoslca