Ivan Rychlik

Summary

Affiliation: Veterinary Research Institute
Country: Czech Republic

Publications

  1. Polansky O, Sekelova Z, Faldynova M, Sebkova A, Sisak F, Rychlik I. Important Metabolic Pathways and Biological Processes Expressed by Chicken Cecal Microbiota. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2015;82:1569-76 pubmed publisher
    ..However, certain care should be taken during microbiota transplantation because the microbiota may behave differently in the intestinal tract of a recipient depending on how well the existing communities are established. ..
  2. Varmuzova K, Faldynova M, Elsheimer Matulova M, Sebkova A, Polansky O, Havlickova H, et al. Immune protection of chickens conferred by a vaccine consisting of attenuated strains of Salmonella Enteritidis, Typhimurium and Infantis. Vet Res. 2016;47:94 pubmed
    ..Adjusting the vaccine composition and changing the administration route therefore affects vaccine efficacy. ..
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    Rychlik I, Barrow P. Salmonella stress management and its relevance to behaviour during intestinal colonisation and infection. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 2005;29:1021-40 pubmed
    ..The role of quorum-sensing through luxS and sdiA is also considered as a regulator of virulence and colonisation. ..
  4. Rychlik I, Karasova D, Sebkova A, Volf J, Sisak F, Havlickova H, et al. Virulence potential of five major pathogenicity islands (SPI-1 to SPI-5) of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis for chickens. BMC Microbiol. 2009;9:268 pubmed publisher
    ..e. with the remaining four deleted) and a mutant with all 5 SPIs deleted, and assessed their virulence in one-day-old chickens, together with the innate immune response of this host...
  5. Pavlova B, Volf J, Ondrackova P, Matiasovic J, Stepanova H, Crhanova M, et al. SPI-1-encoded type III secretion system of Salmonella enterica is required for the suppression of porcine alveolar macrophage cytokine expression. Vet Res. 2011;42:16 pubmed publisher
    ..Enteritidis. Our results showed that the SPI-1-encoded T3SS is required not only for cell invasion but in macrophages also for the suppression of early proinflammatory cytokine expression...
  6. Sekelova Z, Stepanova H, Polansky O, Varmuzova K, Faldynova M, Fedr R, et al. Differential protein expression in chicken macrophages and heterophils in vivo following infection with Salmonella Enteritidis. Vet Res. 2017;48:35 pubmed publisher
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  7. Volf J, Polansky O, Sekelova Z, Velge P, Schouler C, Kaspers B, et al. Gene expression in the chicken caecum is dependent on microbiota composition. Vet Res. 2017;48:85 pubmed publisher
    ..Gut microbiota and its composition therefore affected protein expression in the chicken caecum though except for immunoglobulin production, the remaining differences were unexpectedly low. ..

Detail Information

Publications7

  1. Polansky O, Sekelova Z, Faldynova M, Sebkova A, Sisak F, Rychlik I. Important Metabolic Pathways and Biological Processes Expressed by Chicken Cecal Microbiota. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2015;82:1569-76 pubmed publisher
    ..However, certain care should be taken during microbiota transplantation because the microbiota may behave differently in the intestinal tract of a recipient depending on how well the existing communities are established. ..
  2. Varmuzova K, Faldynova M, Elsheimer Matulova M, Sebkova A, Polansky O, Havlickova H, et al. Immune protection of chickens conferred by a vaccine consisting of attenuated strains of Salmonella Enteritidis, Typhimurium and Infantis. Vet Res. 2016;47:94 pubmed
    ..Adjusting the vaccine composition and changing the administration route therefore affects vaccine efficacy. ..
  3. request reprint
    Rychlik I, Barrow P. Salmonella stress management and its relevance to behaviour during intestinal colonisation and infection. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 2005;29:1021-40 pubmed
    ..The role of quorum-sensing through luxS and sdiA is also considered as a regulator of virulence and colonisation. ..
  4. Rychlik I, Karasova D, Sebkova A, Volf J, Sisak F, Havlickova H, et al. Virulence potential of five major pathogenicity islands (SPI-1 to SPI-5) of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis for chickens. BMC Microbiol. 2009;9:268 pubmed publisher
    ..e. with the remaining four deleted) and a mutant with all 5 SPIs deleted, and assessed their virulence in one-day-old chickens, together with the innate immune response of this host...
  5. Pavlova B, Volf J, Ondrackova P, Matiasovic J, Stepanova H, Crhanova M, et al. SPI-1-encoded type III secretion system of Salmonella enterica is required for the suppression of porcine alveolar macrophage cytokine expression. Vet Res. 2011;42:16 pubmed publisher
    ..Enteritidis. Our results showed that the SPI-1-encoded T3SS is required not only for cell invasion but in macrophages also for the suppression of early proinflammatory cytokine expression...
  6. Sekelova Z, Stepanova H, Polansky O, Varmuzova K, Faldynova M, Fedr R, et al. Differential protein expression in chicken macrophages and heterophils in vivo following infection with Salmonella Enteritidis. Vet Res. 2017;48:35 pubmed publisher
    ....
  7. Volf J, Polansky O, Sekelova Z, Velge P, Schouler C, Kaspers B, et al. Gene expression in the chicken caecum is dependent on microbiota composition. Vet Res. 2017;48:85 pubmed publisher
    ..Gut microbiota and its composition therefore affected protein expression in the chicken caecum though except for immunoglobulin production, the remaining differences were unexpectedly low. ..