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BACTERIAL ADHESINS: COMMON THEMES & VARIATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE & ASSEMBLY

G SOTO

BACTERIAL ADHESINS: COMMON THEMES & VARIATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE & ASSEMBLY

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Online version of print publication JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, v181 no.4 (Feb1999)1059-1071

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BACTERIAL ADHESINS: COMMON THEMES & VARIATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE & ASSEMBLY by G SOTO Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bacterial Adhesins: Common Themes and Variations in Architecture and Assembly. Gabriel E. Soto, Despite the variations, several common themes do emerge from the study of these assembly pathways.

For example, the inner membrane appears to have the capacity to function as a temporary reservoir for nascently translocated subunits assembled by Cited by: BibTeX @ARTICLE{Soto99bacterialadhesins: author = {Gabriel E.

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Bacterial Adhesins: Common Themes and Variations in Architecture and Assembly GABRIEL E. SOTO AND SCOTT J. HULTGREN* Department of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri INTRODUCTION Among the earliest events in many bacterial infections are the molecular interactions that occur between the Cited by: Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly () Soto G E, Hultgren S J Journal of Bacteriology, Feb 15; vol.

4: Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. By Gabriel E. Soto, Scott J. Hultgren, Gabriel E. Soto, Scott and J. Hultgren. Abstract. This article cites articles, 56 of which can be accessed fre Year: OAI identifier. Abstract. In this chapter, the student will be introduced to the fundamental molecular unit of bacterial adherence, the adhesin.

The interaction of bacteria with its host is framed in the context of the benefits of these interactions to bacterial survival as well as the long and short term consequences in relation to infection and disease.

Adhesins are bacterial surface structures mediating binding to host surficial areas. Most adhesins are composed of one or several proteins. Usually a single bacterial strain is able to express various adhesins.

The adhesion type expressed may influence host- tissue or even cell tropism of Gram-negative and of Gram-positive bacteria. Soto G E, Hultgren S J.

Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. J Bacteriol. ; – [PMC free article] Yokoyama H, Hashi T, Umeda K, Kuroki M, Ikemori Y, Kodama Y. Effect of oral egg antibody in experimental F18+ Escherichia coli infection in weaned pigs. G.E.

Soto, S.J. HultgrenBacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly J. Bacteriol., (), pp. CrossRef View. Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly.

J Bacteriol. ;– PubMed Central CAS PubMed Google Scholar 9. Klemm P, Schembri MA. Bacterial adhesins: function and structure. Int J Med Microbiol. ;– CAS Article PubMed. Soto GE, Hultgren SJ () Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly.

J Bacteriol – PubMed Google Scholar Sukupolvi S, Lorenz RG, Gordon JI, Bian Z, Pfeifer JD, Normark SJ, Rhen M () Expression of thin aggregative fimbriae promotes interaction of Salmonella typhimurium SR with mouse.

Pilus assembly is thought to proceed by a donor strand exchange mechanism 30••, 31•• ().Subunits have an amino-terminal extension (e.g. residues 1–13 in PapK) with a highly conserved alternating hydrophobic motif that has been shown to participate in subunit–subunit interactions 2, 18••.This motif is similar to an alternating hydrophobic motif present in the G 1 β-strand of.

Bacterial adhesins: Common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. J Bacteriol. ; – [PMC free article]. Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. J Bacteriol   Journals & Books; Help Download PDF Biofilm formation on solid surfaces is a very common phenomenon among bacteria with important economic and medical consequences.

G.E. Soto, S.J. HultgrenBacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. Bacteriol., (), pp. Internalins are surface proteins with a modular architecture composed of an N-terminal domain S.J. HultgrenBacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly.

Bacteriol., (), pp. Henriques-NormarkBacterial adhesins in host-microbe interactions. Cell Host Microbe, 5 (), pp. () Bacterial adhesins: Common themes and variations in architecture and assembly.

J Bacteriol 1. Soto GE, Hultgren SJ, Bacterial adhesins: Common themes and variations in architecture and assembly, J Bacteriol–71 (). PubMed; Google Scholar. Fusobacterium necrophorum is a Gram negative, spore-free, anaerobic bacterium that can cause pyogenic and necrotic infections in animals and humans.

It is a major bovine pathogen and causes hepatic abscesses, foot rot, and necrotic laryngitis. The 43K OMP of F. necrophorum is an outer membrane protein with molecular weight of 43 kDa, exhibiting similarity to pore-forming proteins of.

There is evidence suggesting that differences in the ability of host epithelial cells to bind bacteria via specific adhesins influence susceptibility to such infections Bacterial adhesions: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly.

Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. Bacteriol. OpenUrl FREE Full Text. Bacterial Adhesins: Common Themes and Variations in Architecture and Assembly. Journal of Bacteriology,I Soto GE, Hultgren SJ.

Assembly of bacterial adhesins across the outer membrane via the chaperone-usher pathway. This chapter presents concise reviews of the general architectural plan of gram-positive and gram-negative cell surfaces.

Within this context, a few specific examples are used to present basic concepts of the genetics of adhesin expression and adhesive organelle biogenesis. The adhesins of the gram-positive bacteria are anchored on the surface by four different mechanisms that include cell.

Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. Bacteriol.The BFP assembly complex, can be consistently detected in small amounts in outer-membrane fractions prepared from French pressure cell-disrupted bacteria and sucrose gradient centrifugation.

Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. Bacteriol. [PMC free article]. Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly: Soto et al.

Glycan Structure Format SNFG Traditional Oxford. Lineage. Escherichia > coli > N/S. Type. Bacterium. Agent properties. Gram-stain: Gram-negative. Metabolism: Facultative. Most bacterial pathogens express surface factors that either mediates direct or indirect binding to host adhesion factors between the NdeI and XhoI sites using GeneArt Seamless Cloning and Assembly Kit (Invitrogen), and transformed into E.

Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. William C. Boyd alone and then together with Elizabeth Shapleigh introduced the term 'lectin' in from the Latin word lego-'chosen' (from the verb legere 'to choose' or 'pick out').

Biological functions. Lectins occur ubiquitously in nature. They may bind to a soluble carbohydrate or to a carbohydrate moiety that is a part of a glycoprotein or glycolipid. Bacterial lectins, cell-cell recognition and infectious disease: Sharon: Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly: Soto et al.

Glycan Structure Format SNFG Traditional Oxford. IUPAC. Man. GlycoCT. RES 1b:x-dman-HEX Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly.J.

Bacteriol. OpenUrl FREE Full Text. Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly: Soto et al. Construction and expression recombinant plasmids encoding type 1 or D-mannose-resistant pili from a urinary tract infection Escherichia coli isolate.

Hull et al. Soto GE & Hultgren SJ, adhesins. Common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. J Bacteriol. () [2] Sauer FG, Pinkner JS, Waksman G & Hultgren SJ.

Chaperone priming of pilus subunits facilitates a topological transition that drives fiber formation. Cell. () [3] Nuccio SP & Baumler AJ. Introduction. Just as biology is offering inspiration and components to nanotechnology [1,2], nanotechnology is providing new tools and technological platforms to measure, understand and control biological systems [3–9].Nanobiotechnology [] is the application of nanotechnology to the field of biological area of science focuses on making molecular and nanoscale materials for.

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A number of variations on this common theme have been detected and described (Ig-like fold). One of the most intriguing variants is characterized by the lack of a strand compared to the canonical.

Bacterial strains and culture conditions. The microencapsulated Acinetobacter sp. strain BD and a p-hydroxybenzoate hydroxylase (pobA) mutant strain of BD, designated Acinetobacter sp.

strain ADP (), was used in the studies. Escherichia coli strain DH5α (Gibco-BRL) was used as the host for maintenance of plasmids and was grown at 37°C in Luria-Bertani (LB) medium.

The Afa/Dr family of adhesins. Some adhesins, known as the afimbrial or nonfimbrial adhesins, have long been associated with an amorphous, outer membrane-associated structure on the surface of Escherichia coli strains that cause diarrhea and UTIs (Soto & Hultgren, ).The first determinant to be identified that encodes an adhesin that is not associated with visible fimbriae on the bacterial.

Bacterial Adhesins: Common Themes and Variations in Architecture and Assembly. Journal of Bacteriology Periplasmic Chaperone Recognition Motif of Title: Director, Cardiovascular &.

The influence of bacterial growth stage and the evolution of surface macromolecules on cell adhesion have been examined by using a mutant of Escherichia coli K To better understand the adhesion kinetics of bacteria in the mid-exponential and stationary growth phases under flow conditions, deposition experiments were conducted in a well-controlled radial stagnation point flow (RSPF) system.

Soto GE, Hultgren SJ () Bacterial adhesins: common themes and variations in architecture and assembly. J Bacteriol – View Article Google Scholar Spurbeck RR, Stapleton AE, Johnson JR, Walk ST, Hooton TM, et al.

() Fimbrial profiles predict virulence of uropathogenic Escherichia coli strains: contribution of ygi and.Bacteria (/ b æ k ˈ t ɪər i ə / (); common noun bacteria, singular bacterium) are a type of biological constitute a large domain of prokaryotic lly a few micrometres in length, bacteria have a number of shapes, ranging from spheres to rods and ia were among the first life forms to appear on Earth, and are present in most of its habitats.Protein Secretion in Bacteria is now available on bers, use the code ASM20 at check out to receive your 20% discount.

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