the siga gene which is borne on the

Prevalence of the sat Gene among Clinical Isolates of

The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation Infect Immun 68: 2457-2463 OpenUrl Abstract / FREE Full Text 2

ASSOCIATION MAPPING IN BRAD WHEAT: APPLICATION

2015-2-13gene for leaf rust resistance on chr 7BL (Colosseo x Lloyd) two major QTLs for grain yield and related traits on chr s 2BL and 3BS (Kofa x Svevo) and one major QTL for soil borne cereal mosaic virus on chr 2BS (Meridiano x Claudio) Additionally a comprehensive analysis of the genetic

Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli

2013-1-1The sigA gene is situated on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a which also contains the pic gene SigA is a IgA protease-like homolog lying 3 6 kb downstream and in a reverted orientation with respect to pic (Rajakumar et al 1997) Mature SigA is 103 kDa slightly smaller than the other class 1 SPATE proteins (Al-Hasani et

Pathogenicity Islands of Shigella

Al-Hasani K Henderson IR Sakellaris H Rajakumar K Grant T Nataro JP Robins-Browne R Adler B (2000) The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation

The sigA Gene Which Is Borne on the she

In this study the sigA gene situated on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a was cloned and characterized Sequence analysis showed that sigA encodes a 139 6-kDa protein which belongs to the SPATE (serine protease autotransporters of Enterobacteriaceae) subfamily of autotransporter proteins The demonstration that SigA is autonomously secreted from the cell to yield a 103-kDa

pic gene of enteroaggregative Escherichia coli and its

INTRODUCTION Escherichia coli is a bacterium which normally lives in the intestinal tract of people and animals many of them are usually harmless but some are pathogenic and cause various diseases such as diarrhea or extraintestinal infections (Clements et al 2012) Diarrhea is a major cause of illness and death among children in developing countries with children under 1 year of age being

CANDIDATES OF THE BARLEY LEAF STRIPE RESISTANCE

2009-9-7Barley Pyrenophora graminea Rdg2a resistance gene Rdg2a is a mono-mendelian barley resistance gene that confers resistance against several isolates of the seed-borne fungal pathogen Pyrenophora graminea (the causal agent of barley leaf stripe) and immunity against isolate Dg2 the most virulent isolate of a collection of monoconidial isolates

The sigA gene which is borne on the she

The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation Keith Al-Hasani Ian R Henderson Harry Sakellaris Kumar Rajakumar Travis Grant James P Nataro Roy M Robins-Browne Ben Adler

Genome plasticity of BCG and impact on vaccine

To understand the evolution attenuation and variable protective efficacy of bacillus Calmette–Gurin (BCG) vaccines Mycobacterium bovis BCG Pasteur 1173P2 has been subjected to comparative genome and transcriptome analysis The 4 374 522-bp genome contains 3 954 protein-coding genes 58 of which are present in two copies as a result of two independent tandem duplications DU1 and DU2

regulated by both vegetative SigA ( A I6) factors

Three cellulosomal xylanase genes in Clostridium thermocellum are regulated by both vegetative SigA (rA) and alternative SigI6 (rI6) factorsAndy Sanda 1 Evert K Holwerdab 1 Natalie M Ruppertsbergerb Marybeth Maloneyb Daniel G Olsonb Yakir Natafa Ilya Borovokc Abraham L Sonensheind Edward A Bayere Raphael Lamedc Lee R Lyndb Yuval Shohama ⇑

CANDIDATES OF THE BARLEY LEAF STRIPE RESISTANCE

2009-9-7Barley Pyrenophora graminea Rdg2a resistance gene Rdg2a is a mono-mendelian barley resistance gene that confers resistance against several isolates of the seed-borne fungal pathogen Pyrenophora graminea (the causal agent of barley leaf stripe) and immunity against isolate Dg2 the most virulent isolate of a collection of monoconidial isolates

Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli

2013-1-1The sigA gene is situated on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a which also contains the pic gene SigA is a IgA protease-like homolog lying 3 6 kb downstream and in a reverted orientation with respect to pic (Rajakumar et al 1997) Mature SigA is 103 kDa slightly smaller than the other class 1 SPATE proteins (Al-Hasani et

Existence of virulence genes in clinical Shigella sonnei

borne proteins that control the expression of invasion genes (9) Finally serin protease autotransporters of enterobacteriaceae (SPATEs) which has two phylogenetical classes are present in Shigella spp Secreted autotransporter toxin (sat) and Shigella IgA-like protease homologue (sigA) as two members of Class 1 are toxic to epithelial cells

VFDB

The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation Infect Immun 68(5):2457-2463 Al-Hasani K et al 2001 Distribution and structural variation of the she pathogenicity island in

Prevalence of the sat Gene among Clinical Isolates of

The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation Infect Immun 68: 2457-2463 OpenUrl Abstract / FREE Full Text 2

Recommendations for Diagnosis of Shiga Toxin

2009-10-1Recommendations for Diagnosis of Shiga Toxin--Producing Escherichia coli Infections by Clinical Laboratories Prepared by L Hannah Gould 1 Cheryl Bopp 1 Nancy Strockbine 1 Robyn Atkinson 2 Vickie Baselski 3 4 Barbara Body 5 Roberta Carey 6 Claudia Crandall 7 Sharon Hurd 8 Ray Kaplan 9 Marguerite Neill 10 Shari Shea 11 Patricia Somsel 12 Melissa Tobin-D'Angelo 13

Evolving MRSA: High

2020-7-24Author summary Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) places a great burden on human healthcare systems Resistance is mediated by the acquisition of a non-native penicillin-binding protein 2A (PBP2A) encoded by mecA MRSA strains are resistant to virtually all β-lactam antibiotics and can shift from being low- to high-level resistant

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

2012-8-21SigA S flexneri Serine protease Cytotoxin AAF67320 15 SepA S flexneri Serine protease Tissue invasion? CAC05786 16 Vat E coli Serine protease Vacuolating cytotoxin AAO21903 17 The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri

Virologica Sinica

2020-8-6Virologica Sinica publishes peer-reviewed original research articles and reviews concerning the latest developments in all branches of virology including the research on the viruses of animals plants and microbes The journal welcomes studies on viruses as well as on viral infections and diseases The journal will feature articles on new virus discovery molecular characterization of viruses

The sigA Gene Which Is Borne on the

2000-5-1In this study the sigA gene situated on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a was cloned and characterized Sequence analysis showed that sigA encodes a 139 6-kDa protein which belongs to the SPATE (serine protease autotransporters of Enterobacteriaceae ) subfamily of autotransporter proteins The demonstration that SigA is autonomously secreted from the cell to yield

Whole

In rare cases (e g plasmid-borne pE33L466_0212 of Bc ZK with similarity to the SigA genes of B clausii and B halodurans) a few PAs appear to be the result of horizontal gene transfer from organisms outside of the Bc species-group However these are the only data that we found indicative of horizontal transfer suggesting indirectly that

Zika virus

2020-8-19Zika virus (ZIKV) (pronounced / ˈ z iː k ə / or / ˈ z ɪ k ə /) is a member of the virus family Flaviviridae It is spread by daytime-active Aedes mosquitoes such as A aegypti and A albopictus Its name comes from the Ziika Forest of Uganda where the virus was first isolated in 1947 Zika virus is related to the dengue yellow fever Japanese encephalitis and West Nile viruses

VFDB

The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation Infect Immun 68(5):2457-2463 Terms Autotransporter: Also called Type V secretion system Autotransporters possess an

CiteSeerX — The sigA gene which is borne on the she

BibTeX ARTICLE{Al-hasani00thesiga author = {Keith Al-hasani and Ian R Henderson and Harry Sakellaris and Ben Adler and Keith Al-hasani and Ian R Henderson and Harry Sakellaris and Kumar Rajakumar and Travis Grant and James P Nataro and Roy Robins-browne and Ben Adler} title = {The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported

IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATES OF THE BARLEY

2006-9-2The barley gene Rdg2a confers resistance against several isolates of the seed borne fungal pathogen Pyrenophora graminea (the causal agent of barley leaf stripe) and immunity against isolate Dg2 the most virulent isolate of a collection of monoconidial isolates

Virologica Sinica

2020-8-6Virologica Sinica publishes peer-reviewed original research articles and reviews concerning the latest developments in all branches of virology including the research on the viruses of animals plants and microbes The journal welcomes studies on viruses as well as on viral infections and diseases The journal will feature articles on new virus discovery molecular characterization of viruses

Evolving MRSA: High

2020-7-24Author summary Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) places a great burden on human healthcare systems Resistance is mediated by the acquisition of a non-native penicillin-binding protein 2A (PBP2A) encoded by mecA MRSA strains are resistant to virtually all β-lactam antibiotics and can shift from being low- to high-level resistant

Pathogenicity Islands of Shigella

Al-Hasani K Henderson IR Sakellaris H Rajakumar K Grant T Nataro JP Robins-Browne R Adler B (2000) The sigA gene which is borne on the she pathogenicity island of Shigella flexneri 2a encodes an exported cytopathic protease involved in intestinal fluid accumulation

Determinants of Proteolysis and Cell

Shigella flexneri secretes an enterotoxic SPATE family autotransporter (AT) SigA which has cytopathic activity towards cultured epithelial cells Its cytopathic activity is due to its ability to degrade the cytoskeletal protein α-fodrin The mechanisms by which AT toxins target cells and tissues differ and the details of how SigA acts are not known In the current study the determinants