Experts and Doctors on bacterial antibodies in California, United States

Summary

Locale: California, United States
Topic: bacterial antibodies

Top Publications

  1. Granoff D, McHugh Y, Raff H, Mokatrin A, Van Nest G. MF59 adjuvant enhances antibody responses of infant baboons immunized with Haemophilus influenzae type b and Neisseria meningitidis group C oligosaccharide-CRM197 conjugate vaccine. Infect Immun. 1997;65:1710-5 pubmed
    ..meningitidis group C polysaccharides, results consistent with induction of memory B cells. Thus, MF59 may be useful for accelerating and augmenting immunity to polysaccharide-protein conjugate vaccines in infants. ..
  2. Lucas A, Reason D. Polysaccharide vaccines as probes of antibody repertoires in man. Immunol Rev. 1999;171:89-104 pubmed
    ..We discuss how these properties of the Hib PS repertoire could impact immunity to Hib, and we consider the implications of these findings towards understanding the evolution of immunoglobulin germline V genes. ..
  3. Vu D, de Boer A, Danzig L, Santos G, Canty B, Flores B, et al. Priming for immunologic memory in adults by meningococcal group C conjugate vaccination. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2006;13:605-10 pubmed
    ..MCV vaccination of meningococcal vaccine-naïve adults primes for robust memory antibody responses. There was no evidence of induction of memory by MCV in adults previously vaccinated with MPSV. ..
  4. Kolla R, Chintalapati S, Sabet M, Santelli E, Liddington R, David M, et al. Complement C3d conjugation to anthrax protective antigen promotes a rapid, sustained, and protective antibody response. PLoS ONE. 2007;2:e1044 pubmed
    ..These data suggest that incorporation of C3d as an adjuvant may overcome shortcomings of the currently licensed aluminum-based vaccine, and may confer protection in the early days following acute anthrax exposure. ..
  5. Sharma S, Thomas D, Marlett J, Manchester M, Young J. Efficient neutralization of antibody-resistant forms of anthrax toxin by a soluble receptor decoy inhibitor. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2009;53:1210-2 pubmed publisher
  6. Jeng A, Beheshti M, Li J, Nathan R. The role of beta-hemolytic streptococci in causing diffuse, nonculturable cellulitis: a prospective investigation. Medicine (Baltimore). 2010;89:217-26 pubmed publisher
    ..A cost-effective, evidence-based algorithm can be useful for the empiric management of uncomplicated soft-tissue infections based on the presence or absence of a culturable source. ..
  7. Rao R, Visuri S, McBride M, Albala J, Matthews D, Coleman M. Comparison of multiplexed techniques for detection of bacterial and viral proteins. J Proteome Res. 2004;3:736-42 pubmed
    ..The Luminex system showed lower limits of detection and increased dynamic range among samples whereas the protein microarrays could be more amenable to miniaturization. Both technologies were capable of sensitive multiplexed detection. ..
  8. Arkush K, Edes H, McBride A, Adkison M, Hedrick R. Persistence of Piscirickettsia salmonis and detection of serum antibodies to the bacterium in white seabass Atractoscion nobilis following experimental exposure. Dis Aquat Organ. 2006;73:131-9 pubmed
    ..salmonis may persist among white seabass following infection, and thus provide a potential reservoir of infection contributing to transmission both within and between fish species in the marine environment...
  9. Kaufmann G, Park J, Janda K. Bacterial quorum sensing: a new target for anti-infective immunotherapy. Expert Opin Biol Ther. 2008;8:719-24 pubmed
    ..aeruginosa and S. aureus and their QS systems as targets for intervention. New research strongly suggests that QS systems represent attractive targets for discovery of novel anti-infective agents, including immunotherapeutic strategies. ..

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  1. Perry S, de Jong B, Solnick J, de la Luz Sanchez M, Yang S, Lin P, et al. Infection with Helicobacter pylori is associated with protection against tuberculosis. PLoS ONE. 2010;5:e8804 pubmed publisher
    ..That immunity to TB may be enhanced by exposure to other microbial agents may have important implications for vaccine development and disease control. ..
  2. Ugozzoli M, Mariani M, Del Giudice G, Soenawan E, O Hagan D. Combinations of protein polysaccharide conjugate vaccines for intranasal immunization. J Infect Dis. 2002;186:1358-61 pubmed
    ..These studies support the rationale for developing mucosal vaccines, based on combining protein polysaccharide conjugates with heat-labile E. coli enterotoxin mutants, for infants and young children...
  3. Smith H, Reporter R, Rood M, Linscott A, Mascola L, Hogrefe W, et al. Prevalence study of antibody to ratborne pathogens and other agents among patients using a free clinic in downtown Los Angeles. J Infect Dis. 2002;186:1673-6 pubmed
    ..6%; to Bartonella elizabethae, 12.5%; to B. quintana, 9.5%; to B. henselae, 3.5%; to Seoul virus, 0.5%; and to Rickettsia typhi, 0.0%. This study found that patients and locally trapped rats had antibodies to some of the same agents. ..
  4. Perry S, Sanchez L, Yang S, Haggerty T, Hurst P, Parsonnet J. Helicobacter pylori and risk of gastroenteritis. J Infect Dis. 2004;190:303-10 pubmed
    ..H. pylori did not increase the risk of gastroenteritis in these households. A strong negative association between H. pylori infection and gastroenteritis is likely explained by prior exposure and immunity to other enteric pathogens. ..
  5. Scobie H, Wigelsworth D, Marlett J, Thomas D, Rainey G, Lacy D, et al. Anthrax toxin receptor 2-dependent lethal toxin killing in vivo. PLoS Pathog. 2006;2:e111 pubmed
    ..Moreover, a D683K mutant form of PA that bound specifically to human and rat ANTXR2 mediated killing of rats by anthrax lethal toxin, providing strong evidence for the physiological importance of ANTXR2 in anthrax disease pathogenesis. ..