Search Results: bacterial genetics

Correction: Bacterial Infection Drives the Expression Dynamics of microRNAs and Their isomiRs

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Correction: Recombination-Mediated Genetic Engineering of a Bacterial Artificial Chromosome Clone of Modified Vaccinia virus Ankara (MVA)

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Correction: Combining Quantitative Genetic Footprinting and Trait Enrichment Analysis to Identify Fitness Determinants of a Bacterial Pathogen

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High Temperature and Bacteriophages Can Indirectly Select for Bacterial Pathogenicity in Environmental Reservoirs

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The coincidental evolution hypothesis predicts that traits connected to bacterial pathogenicity could be indirectly selected outside the host as a correlated response to abiotic environmental conditions or different biotic species interactions. To investigate this, an opportunistic bacterial pathogen, Serratia marcescens, was cultured in the absence and presence of the lytic bacteriophage PPV (Podoviridae) at 25°C and 37°C for four weeks (N = 5). At the end, we measured ...

Correction: Gifsy-1 Prophage IsrK with Dual Function as Small and Messenger RNA Modulates Vital Bacterial Machineries

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New Genomic Approach Predicts True Evolutionary History of Bacterial Genomes

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PLoS Pathogens Issue Image | Vol. 13(4) April 2017

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Shigella capture by host cell filopodia is regulated by microRNAs: Scanning electron micrograph depicting Shigella flexneri captured by host cell filopodia. MicroRNA miR-29b-2-5p, through the repression of its direct target UNC5C, dramatically increases host cell filopodia, which promote bacterial capture and internalization. Ana Eulalio et al.

Life with Bacterial Secretion Systems

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Novel Perspectives on the Characterization of Species-Dependent Optical Signatures of Bacterial Colonies by Digital Holography

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The use of light diffraction for the microbiological diagnosis of bacterial colonies was a significant breakthrough with widespread implications for the food industry and clinical practice. We previously confirmed that optical sensors for bacterial colony light diffraction can be used for bacterial identification. This paper is focused on the novel perspectives of this method based on digital in-line holography (DIH), which is able to reconstruct the amplitude and phase properties of ...

Symbiotic Associations in the Phenotypically-Diverse Brown Alga Saccharina japonica

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The brown alga Saccharina japonica (Areschoug) Lane, Mayes, Druehl et Saunders is a highly polymorphic representative of the family Laminariaceae, inhabiting the northwest Pacific region. We have obtained 16S rRNA sequence data in symbiont microorganisms of the typical form (TYP) of S. japonica and its common morphological varieties, known as “longipes” (LON) and “shallow-water” (SHA), which show contrasting bathymetric distribution and sharp morphological, life histor...

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