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- 4Campylobacter jejuni
- 1Furanose sugar nucleotides
- 1Gastrointestinal Tract
- 2Inglis, G. Douglas
- 2Selinger, L. Brent
- 2Uwiera, Richard R. E.
- 1Abbott, D. Wade
- 1Lone, Abdul
- 1Lone, Abdul G.
Campylobacter jejuni colonization is associated with a dysbiosis in the cecal microbiota of mice in the absence of prominent inflammationDownload
Background Campylobacter jejuni causes enterocolitis in humans, but does not incite disease in asymptomatic carrier animals. To survive in the intestine, C. jejuni must successfully compete with the microbiota and overcome the host immune defense. Campylobacter jejuni colonization success varies...
Comparative variation within the genome of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC 11168 in human and murine hostsDownload
Campylobacteriosis incited by C. jejuni is a significant enteric disease of human beings. A person working with two reference strains of C. jejuni National Collection of Type Cultures (NCTC) 11168 developed symptoms of severe enteritis including bloody diarrhea. The worker was determined to be...
Five-membered ring furanose sugars, though absent in mammals, have been found in the cell walls of pathogenic bacteria such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Campylobacter jejuni. Because these sugars are only found in microorganisms, it has been proposed that inhibiting the enzymes these...