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Isolation and Identification of Helicobacter py...
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Isolation and Identification of Helicobacter pylori from Sewage ab 36.9 € als Taschenbuch: Isolation and Identification Helicobacter pylori. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Biologie,

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Isolation and Identification of Helicobacter py...
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Isolation and Identification of Helicobacter pylori from Sewage ab 36.9 EURO Isolation and Identification Helicobacter pylori

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Bacterial flora in Crohn's disease tissues
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Crohn s disease is an idiopathic, chronic, segmental and transmural inflammatory bowel disease. Three models implying a role for bacteria have been proposed: infection by a single, hitherto unknown pathogen, an unbalanced composition of the bowel flora, and an abnormally increased passage of bacteria through the bowel wall. We tested these hypotheses by an experimental approach combining morphology and molecular bacteriology. The test protocol consisted of microdissection of Crohn s lesions from histological slides, DNA isolation, purification and sequencing of bacterial DNA, and identification of bacteria based on these sequences. Legionellaceae were specific for Crohn. Ulcers in Crohn s disease were also enriched in Enterobacteriaceae. The bowel wall in Crohn s disease further contained larger numbers of bacteria than in controls. Overall, it is not yet possible to exclude the existence of a unique pathogen, such as in Helicobacter pylori-induced gastritis. Full-blown Crohn s disease is however clearly associated with important disturbances of the normal composition and spatial distribution of the intestinal flora.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Isolation and Identification of Helicobacter py...
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The presence of Helicobacter pylori in sewage water was confirmed, thus there is a reservoir for H. pylori outside of the human stomach. In aquatic environment, this bacterium transforms from the characteristic bacillary form to coccal or cocco-bacilli form, which is non culturable. However, Culturing this bacterium for the first time by the use of MDCS method took place. Here is a similarity between H. pylori found in sewage and those obtained from clinical biopsy and drinking water as indicated by RFLP technique raising the possibility for a fecal-oral route of transmission

Anbieter: Dodax
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Innate immune signalling
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During infection the human body interacts intimately with the infectious pathogen. It is this interaction that determines disease outcome. Upon infection the protein NF-kappaB acts as a central signal transmitter of the innate immune system. This protein has two main functions: the activation of genes important for inflammation as well as those that secure survival of the cell. This dual role provides a mechanistic link between infections and cancer development, as seen during infection with the carcinogenic bacterium Helicobacter pylori. Bacteria that develop intracellularly, such as Legionella pneumophila, depend on the survival of the host cell and can thus benefit from NF-kappaB activation. But how is NF-kappaB activated in these infections? And how is the activation terminated? The author introduces us to NF-kappaB signalling and then analyses NF-kappaB activation during infections with H. pylori or L. pneumophila. She establishes a new test system for high-throughput screenings and identifies new cellular factors important in NF-kappaB activation and termination. The identification of these factors broadens our understanding of innate immune signalling.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Helicobacter pylori : Rapid culture method
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Despite the progress in control of the microbial agents of disease, they remain great and unpredictable threat to health and science throughout the world and antimicrobial drug resistance also becomes widely distributed. In this book one can find: Helicobacter pylori introduction, history, basic morphology, pathogenicity, internal organization and invitro effects of antimicrobial, identification of H.pylori, specimens, microscopy, growth, atmosphere for culture, selective, non selective media, transportation, handling of biopsies, biochemical characteristics, source of infection, animals and water as potential source and transmission, modification media to become rapid, selective and differential media for H.pylori, moringa and ginger history classification, phytochemistry, medicinal uses and pharmacological properties.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Bacterial flora in Crohn's disease tissues
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Crohn's disease is an idiopathic, chronic, segmental and transmural inflammatory bowel disease. Three models implying a role for bacteria have been proposed: infection by a single, hitherto unknown pathogen; an unbalanced composition of the bowel flora; and an abnormally increased passage of bacteria through the bowel wall. We tested these hypotheses by an experimental approach combining morphology and molecular bacteriology. The test protocol consisted of microdissection of Crohn's lesions from histological slides, DNA isolation, purification and sequencing of bacterial DNA, and identification of bacteria based on these sequences. Legionellaceae were specific for Crohn. Ulcers in Crohn's disease were also enriched in Enterobacteriaceae. The bowel wall in Crohn's disease further contained larger numbers of bacteria than in controls. Overall, it is not yet possible to exclude the existence of a unique pathogen, such as in Helicobacter pylori-induced gastritis. Full-blown Crohn's disease is however clearly associated with important disturbances of the normal composition and spatial distribution of the intestinal flora.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Bacterial flora in Crohn's disease tissues
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Crohn's disease is an idiopathic, chronic, segmental and transmural inflammatory bowel disease. Three models implying a role for bacteria have been proposed: infection by a single, hitherto unknown pathogen; an unbalanced composition of the bowel flora; and an abnormally increased passage of bacteria through the bowel wall. We tested these hypotheses by an experimental approach combining morphology and molecular bacteriology. The test protocol consisted of microdissection of Crohn's lesions from histological slides, DNA isolation, purification and sequencing of bacterial DNA, and identification of bacteria based on these sequences. Legionellaceae were specific for Crohn. Ulcers in Crohn's disease were also enriched in Enterobacteriaceae. The bowel wall in Crohn's disease further contained larger numbers of bacteria than in controls. Overall, it is not yet possible to exclude the existence of a unique pathogen, such as in Helicobacter pylori-induced gastritis. Full-blown Crohn's disease is however clearly associated with important disturbances of the normal composition and spatial distribution of the intestinal flora.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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