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90 Possible Causes for Excisions, Prophage

  • Listeriosis

    […] three putative prophages, causing the banding pattern differences among all 3 AscI-PFGE profiles observed in Cluster I isolates.[] The draining lymph nodes were excised. Histology revealed a granulomatous abscess and culture yielded pure growth of Listeria monocytogenes.[] In contrast, the prophage variation between CFSAN022649 and CFSAN029793 appeared to involve the loss of prophages 1 and partial replacement of prophage 2 by prophage 3.[]

  • Cholera

    The causative isolate and 38 other domestic and imported V. cholerae O1 isolates, obtained between 1984 and 1997, were analysed by prophage typing, antimicrobial susceptibility[] VIP and HPP plasma levels, initially elevated, were accurately followed in various conditions: during corticosteroid therapy, after pancreatic tumor excision, during and after[]

  • Streptococcus Agalactiae

    Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPRs) and prophage were detected and analyzed in different S. agalactiae strains.[] This report describes the successful treatment by excision and primary anatomic graft of a mycotic aortic aneurysm infected with a Group B Streptococcus.[] For example, type Ib isolate H36B contains a 41-kb prophage element (H36B_ORF00576–H36B_ORF00630) that displays strong mosaicism and contains a protein (H36B_ORF00630) similar[]

  • Vibrio Vulnificus

    The sequence analysis of the PV94 genome demonstrates the wide distribution of closely related prophages in various Vibrio species.[] […] previously reported dismal rates of morbidity and mortality associated with Vibrio septicemia, early measures including wide-spectrum intravenous antibiotics and surgical excision[] We excised necrotizing tissue in the legs after improvement of her general condition.[]

  • Salmonella Typhimurium

    The majority of genome degradation of African ST313 lineage 2 was conserved in the UK-ST313, but the African lineages carried a characteristic prophage and antibiotic resistance[] He received surgical excision of the abscess and recovered completely after receiving ceftriaxone therapy for 8 weeks.[] A remarkable amount of genotypic variation accumulated during clonal expansion that occurred during the epidemic, including multiple independent acquisitions of a novel prophage[]

  • Burkholderia Pseudomallei

    Twenty-four percent of soil isolates contained all three prophage types, while clinical isolates harbored no more than two types.[] The patient was treated by surgical excision and anti-infection therapy.[] The pathological examination of excised left adnexa revealed chronic and acute suppurative inflammation with necrotic tissue.[]

  • Citrobacter

    […] genome of C. rodentium is unstable as a result of repeat-mediated, large-scale genome recombination and because of active transposition of mobile genetic elements such as the prophages[] In addition, the mcr-1 gene was part of an insertion element (ISApl1-mcr-1-orf-ISApl1) that was excised from the plasmid as a circular intermediate form.[]

  • Liver Abscess

    Moreover, the genome has 24 genomic islands and 2 prophages.[] Climatic data and the total toddy sales in the district were obtained from the Meteorological and Excise Departments respectively.[] […] genomics analyses among Pannonibacter spp. representing the different living niches were used to describe the Pannonibacter pan-genomes and to examine virulence factors, prophages[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Acquisition of prophages accounts for much of the diversity, conferring not only virulence via phage-associated virulence factors but also increased bacterial survival against[] Early treatment of deep infections (for example, excision, drainage, and antibiotic treatment of rectal abscesses) helps prevent invasive GAS disease.[]

  • Sorbitol

    Important virulence factors are the Shiga toxins (stx), encoded by stx1 and/or stx2 located within prophages integrated in the bacterial genome.[] We conclude that the yecE gene in SF E. coli O157:NM is a hot spot for excision and integration of Shiga toxin 2-encoding bacteriophages.[] ‘Leaves were excised, placed in sucrose or sorbitol (osmotic control) and the expression of all three clones was monitored.’[]

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