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(yersiniosis)
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  • YPTB3816 of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis strain IP32953 is a virulence-related metallo-oligopeptidase. [Journal Article]
  • BMBMC Microbiol 2016 Nov 25; 16(1):282
  • Atas A, Seddon AM, … Karlyshev AV
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study provide valuable contribution to the investigation of bacterial peptidases in general, and that of metallo-oligopeptidases in particular. This is the first study demonstrating that opdA in Yersinia pseudotuberculsosis is required for pathogenicity. The data reported are important for better understanding of the role of OpdA-like enzymes in pathogenesis in bacterial infections. Characterisation of this protein may serve as a basis for the development of novel antibacterials based on specific inhibition of this peptidase activity.
  • Yersiniosis in Poland in 2014 [Journal Article]
  • PEPrzegl Epidemiol 2016; 70(3):367-374
  • Kamińska S, Sadkowska-Todys M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A significant decrease of serologically identified cases of yersinia observed in 2014. could be explained by the test for Yersinia not being reimbursed by routine health care insurance. Reporting cases of extraintestinal yersiniosis from only few voivodeships suggests that the real number of infections remains underreported. In 2014 significantly higher number of cases of Yersinia infection occurred during the second and third quarter of the year. Seasonality of yersiniosis in 2014 differs from seasonality in 2013. However, it was similar to the seasonality observed in previous years (2009-2012).
  • Bacteriophages of Yersinia pestis. [Journal Article]
  • AEAdv Exp Med Biol 2016; 918:361-375
  • Zhao X, Skurnik M
  • Bacteriophage play many varied roles in microbial ecology and evolution. This chapter collates a vast body of knowledge and expertise on Yersinia pestis phages, including the history of their isolati...
  • Immunology of Yersinia pestis Infection. [Journal Article]
  • AEAdv Exp Med Biol 2016; 918:273-292
  • Bi Y
  • As a pathogen of plague, Yersinia pestis caused three massive pandemics in history that killed hundreds of millions of people. Yersinia pestis is highly invasive, causing severe septicemia which, if ...
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