Experts and Doctors on bacterial toxins in Guyancourt, Île de France, France
Locale: Guyancourt, Île de France, France
Topic: bacterial toxins
Bontemps A, Bourguet D, Pelozuelo L, Bethenod M, Ponsard S. Managing the evolution of Bacillus thuringiensis resistance in natural populations of the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis: host plant, host race and pherotype of adult males at aggregation sites. Proc Biol Sci. 2004;271:2179-85 pubmed
Kamar R, Gohar M, Jéhanno I, Rejasse A, Kallassy M, Lereclus D, et al
. Pathogenic potential of Bacillus cereus strains as revealed by phenotypic analysis. J Clin Microbiol. 2013;51:320-3 pubmed publisher
..However, prediction of the pathogenic potential of a strain remains difficult. Here, we show that food poisoning and clinical strains can be differentiated from harmless strains on the basis of host colonization phenotypes...
Espinasse S, Gohar M, Lereclus D, Sanchis V. An ABC transporter from Bacillus thuringiensis is essential for beta-exotoxin I production. J Bacteriol. 2002;184:5848-54 pubmed
..thuringiensis adds an adenine nucleotide analog to the wide range of substrates of the superfamily of ABC proteins. We suggest that berAB confers beta-exotoxin I immunity in B. thuringiensis, through active efflux of the molecule...
Cadot C, Tran S, Vignaud M, De Buyser M, Kolstø A, Brisabois A, et al
. InhA1, NprA, and HlyII as candidates for markers to differentiate pathogenic from nonpathogenic Bacillus cereus strains. J Clin Microbiol. 2010;48:1358-65 pubmed publisher
..These data deliver useful information about the pathogenicity of various B. cereus strains. ..
Ramarao N, Sanchis V. The pore-forming haemolysins of bacillus cereus: a review. Toxins (Basel). 2013;5:1119-39 pubmed publisher
..aureus or the ß-toxin of C. perfringens. The structure of haemolysin III, the least characterized haemolytic toxin from the B. cereus, group has not yet been determined...