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Genomic epidemiology of emerging ESBL-producing Kentucky in Europe.

gene, on a 2854 bp plasmid fragment containing also IS. This is the first report of a chromosomally integrated CTX-M gene in spp. in Europe, previous studies having identified similar genes only ...

Shifting national surveillance of Shigella infections toward geno-serotyping by the development of a tailored Luminex assay and NGS workflow.

(EIEC) are responsible for millions of episodes of bacterial dysenteriae worldwide. Given its distinct epidemiology and public health relevance, only Shigellae are subject to mandatory reporting and ...

Differences in antigenic sites and other functional regions between genotype A and G mumps virus surface proteins.

haemagglutinin-neuraminidase (HN), are key factors in mumps pathogenesis and are important targets for the immune response during mumps virus infection. We compared the predicted amino acid sequences of the F and HN genes from ...

Genetic Basis and Clonal Population Structure of Antibiotic Resistance in Isolated From Broiler Carcasses in Belgium.

most but not all resistant isolates. Regarding resistance to erythromycin, different mutations occurred in diverse genetic loci, including mutations in the 23S rRNA gene, the and ribosomal genes, and the ...

Food-Borne Outbreak Investigation and Molecular Typing: High Diversity of Staphylococcus aureus Strains and Importance of Toxin Detection

Union as it can cause gastro-enteritis through the production of various staphylococcal enterotoxins (SE s) in foods. Reported enterotoxin dose levels causing food-borne illness are scarce and varying. ...

Detection of Plasmid-Mediated Colistin Resistance, mcr-1 and mcr-2 Genes, in Salmonella spp. Isolated from Food at Retail in Belgium from 2012 to 2015.

mcr-2 determinant has been confirmed by whole genome sequencing and allowed the localization of these two genes on IncX4 type plasmids. We report here the presence of mcr-1 and the first mcr-2 gene in ...

Global transcriptional analyses of Mycobacterium tuberculosis using old and new drugs

recent report of the WHO ranks tuberculosis (TB) alongside HIV as a leading cause of death by infectious diseases. In combination, the spread of (multi-)drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis is rising ...

Global transcriptional analyses of Mycobacterium tuberculosis using old and new drugs

ESCMID, Vienna, Austria (2017) Keywords: antibiotics Mycobacterium tuberculosis Transcriptomics Abstract: Background: With 1.5 million deaths in 2014, the most recent report of the WHO ranks tuberculosis ...

Screening of endocrine activity of compounds migrating from plastic baby bottles using a multi-receptor panel of in vitro bioassays.

Tumor Endocrine disruptors Genes, Reporter Humans Infant Equipment mice Polycarboxylate Cement Receptors, Cytoplasmic and Nuclear Abstract: Endocrine activity of 65 compounds migrating from polycarbonate ...

Endocrine activity of mycotoxins and mycotoxin mixtures.

Source: Food Chem Toxicol, Volume 96, p.107-16 (2016) Keywords: Breast Neoplasms Cells, Cultured Endocrine disruptors Female Genes, Reporter Humans Luciferases Mycotoxins Osteoblasts Poisons PPAR gamma ...

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