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Collagen-like proteins in horse pathogenic streptococcus equi

AМЉsa KarlstroМ€m

Collagen-like proteins in horse pathogenic streptococcus equi

by AМЉsa KarlstroМ€m

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Published by Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala, Sweden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Streptococcus equi.,
  • Strangles -- Microbiology.,
  • Pathogenic bacteria.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementÅsa Karlström.
    SeriesActa Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae -- 2005:99.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR82.S78 K37 2005, QR82.S78 K37 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16131726M
    ISBN 109157669988

    New Books Since February 2nd, This list is updated every Thursday. Titles are arranged in call number order. To view previous lists, see our archives page.   Collagen-like surface proteins Scl1 and Scl2 on Streptococcus pyogenes contain contiguous Gly-X-X triplet amino acid motifs, the characteristic structure of human collagen. Although the potential role of Scl1 in adhesion has been studied, the conclusions may be affected by the use of different S. pyogenes strains and their carriages of various by:

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Collagen-like proteins in horse pathogenic streptococcus equi by AМЉsa KarlstroМ€m Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy Collagen-Like Proteins in Horse Pathogenic Streptococcus Equi (Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae) by Åsa Karlström (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Åsa Karlström. Introduction. Streptococcus equi is a Gram-positive, β-haemolytic coccoid bacterium.

The species consists of three subspecies, S. equi subsp. equi, subsp. zooepidemicus and the recently added subsp. ruminatorum (Fernandez et al., ).The S.

equi subsp. zooepidemicus is considered to be an opportunistic pathogen and is found to affect horses when they are Cited by: 2.

Biological role of bacterial collagen-like proteins. While there are many bacterial species that contain collagen-like sequences in the genome (Rasmussen et al. ), there is evidence for their natural expression for only a few cases (Karlstrom et al. ; ).A few pathogenic bacterial systems have been well characterized and these cases suggest the collagen protein Cited by: Collagen-Like Proteins in Pathogenic E.

coli Strains Article (PDF Available) in PLoS ONE 7(6):e June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. There are nearly collagen-like proteins annotated to streptococci including several pathogenic organisms like S.

pyogenes (11,– 15), Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Streptococcus equi (54, 55).Cited by:   Strangles is a serious disease in horses caused by Streptococcus equi subspecies equi.

In this study, genes encoding putative extracellular proteins in this subspecies have been identified using signal sequence phage display. Among these, one showed similarities to the SclB protein, a member of the collagen-like proteins of Streptococcus by: Several bacterial collagen-like proteins have been shown to form stable triple helices, including streptococcal collagen-like proteins 1 and 2 of Streptococcus pyogenes [4,13], rCL Cp from.

Potentially Virulence-Related Extracellular Proteins of Streptococcus equi. Doctoral thesis. ISSN ISBN X. Equine strangles, a disease of the upper respiratory tract caused by the bacterium Streptococcus equi subspecies equi, is one of the most commonly diagnosed and serious diseases in horses.

Collagen has proved valuable as biomedical materials for a range of clinical applications, particularly in wound healing. It is normally produced from animal sources, such as from bovines, but concerns have emerged over transmission of diseases.

Recombinant collagens would be preferable, but are difficult to produce. Recently, studies have shown that ‘collagens’ Cited by:   Abstract. Streptococcus equi ssp. equi is the causative agent of strangles, a highly contagious and serious disease in the upper respiratory tract of horses.

The present study describes the characterization of IdeE, a homolog of the secreted IgG-specific protease IdeS/Mac of Streptococcus activity of IdeE is compared with the activity of IdeZ, the Cited by:   To test the hypothesis that bacterial GXY sequences can adopt a collagen-like structure, we have examined two recently identified streptococcal collagen-like proteins, Scl1 and Scl2 as models.

Scl proteins are expressed on the cell surface of group A Streptococcus(GAS), 1 a Gram-positive bacterium. Both Scl proteins have similar organization Cited by: title = "A collagen-like immunodeterminant on the surface of Streptococcus sanguis induces platelet aggregation", abstract = "The basis of similarities in the mechanism of human platelet aggregation induced by soluble collagen and the dental Cited by: Natural variant of collagen-like protein a in serotype M3 group a Streptococcus increases adherence and decreases invasive potential Research output: Contribution to journal › Article Anthony R.

Flores, Brittany E. Jewell, Erika M. Versalovic, Randall J. Olsen, Beth A. Bachert, Slawomir Lukomski, James M. MusserCited by: Introduction. Strangles, also known as Equine Distemper, caused by Streptococcus equi subsp. equi (S. equi equi), is the most commonly diagnosed respiratory infectious diseases of equids world-wide 1,2.

equi equi is a highly contagious and fast spreading microorganism, and mobile horse populations favor its widespread distribution ed animals show classically. Journal article. Backéus, Sofia and Wikström, Peder and Lämås, Tomas ().

A model for regional analysis of carbon sequestration and timber production. Forest ecology and management. Abstract. The Streptococcus pyogenes collagen type I-binding protein Cpa (c ollagen-binding p rotein of group A streptococci) expressed by 28 serotypes of group A streptococci has been extensively characterized at the gene and protein levels.

Evidence for three distinct families of cpa genes was found, all of which shared a common sequence encoding a Cited by: Towards scalable production of a collagen-like protein from Streptococcus pyogenes for biomedical applications Yong Y. Peng, Linda Howell, Violet Stoichevska, Jerome A.

Werkmeister, Geoff J. Dumsday, John Alan Maurice RamshawCited by:   Collagen triple helix, composed of the repeating Gly–Xaa–Yaa (GXY) sequence, is a structural element found in all multicellular animals and also in some prokaryotes. Long GXY polymers are highly regarded components used in food, cosmetic, biomedical, and pharmaceutical industries.

In this study, we explore a new concept for the production of Cited by:   Sequences with glycine in every third position have been detected in DNA derived sequences of proteins in phages and bacteria and it was suggested that these regions trimerise to collagenous structures.

Related sequences are found in proteins of mollusks and slime mold. The sequences contain a much lower fraction of proline than mammalian collagens and it is Cited by: 5. Some of the best characterized bacterial collagen-like proteins are the streptococcal Scl1 and Scl2, which are expressed on the cell surface of group A Streptococcus and contribute to bacterial Cited by:.

Full text of "Principles and Practice of Clinical Bacteriology Second Edition" See other formats. Acute-phase proteins: As diagnostic tool Collectins are a group of proteins containing C-type carbohydrate recognition domains (CRD) attached to collagen-like regions via a-helical coiled-coil foals during infection with Rhodocoocus equi, equine influenza serotype A2 (H3N8), equine herpes virus serotype 1, and Streptococcus equi.

A.Retinal manifestations have been described in several neurodegenerative insults and disorders. The strong similarities between the retina and the brain and the accessibility of the retina has potentiated studies to investigate retinal pathology in an effort to identify biomarkers for early diagnosis, as well as for monitoring the progression of disease and efficacy of therapies as .