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effect of antibiotics on vibrio fetus and bovine spermatozoa. 195713394822
[characteristic growth of bovine vibrio fetus on blood agar]. 195613410030
an improved medium for the cultivation of vibrio fetus. 195713424945
characteristics of colonial forms of vibrio fetus. 195713424946
isolation of vibrio fetus from bulls. 195713444574
observations on experimental bovine vibrio fetus infection. 195713444575
an improved method for the rapid cultivation of large yields of vibrio fetus. 195713444602
the characteristics of agglutinating antigens of vibrio fetus variants. i. effects of heat and formalin on serological activity. 195713470232
energy sources utilized by vibrio fetus. 195713475215
technique for rapid growth of vibrio fetus in broth. 195713475229
human infections with vibrio fetus and a closely related vibrio. 195713475869
morphological and serological characteristics of fresh isolates of vibrio fetus and other vibrios inhabiting the bovine and ovine genital tracts. 195813498244
infectivity of colonial variants of vibrio fetus strains for the chicken embryo. 195813498264
[immunochemistry of 20 strains of vibrio isolated from bovine abortion cases; comparison with 2 strains of vibrio fetus]. 195713498452
some metabolic activities of vibrio fetus of bovine origin. 195813513583
[vibrio fetus infection during metaicteric cirrhosis]. 195713528357
some biochemical characteristics of vibrio fetus and other related vibrios isolated from animals. 195813575391
survival of brucella abortus, leptospira pomona, and vibrio fetus in the illini variable temperature semen extender at 29 c. 195813583394
[case of septicemia due to vibrio fetus; fatal outcome by aggravation of a preexisting cardiopathy]. 195813608289
the sensitivity of vibrio fetus to streptomycin and the emergence of resistant mutants. 195813611194
isolation of a lipopolysaccharide from vibrio fetus. 195913622734
[septicemia due to vibrio fetus in the course of alcoholic cirrhosis with hemochromatosis]. 195913629324
insemination of heifers with penicillin- and dihydrostreptomycin-treated frozen semen from vibrio fetus carrier bulls. 195913639578
studies on the antigenic structure of vibrio fetus. 195913641444
isolation and characterization of an unusual organism in blood culture: vibrio fetus. 195913670174
vibrio fetus infection in man and animals. 196013705420
the uterine biopsy technique for following the histologic changes caused by vibrio fetus in the uterine mucosa. 196013724196
agglutinin-adsorption analysis of vibrio fetus.reich, c. v. (pennsylvania state university, university park), c. e. heist, and h. w. dunne. agglutinin-adsorption analysis of vibrio fetus. j. bacteriol. 82:210-214. 1961.-all pathogenic strains of vibrio fetus are apparently members of a single serotype. within this broad grouping, it was possible to define the relationship of certain selected strains by a system of complete reciprocal adsorption and cross agglutination. formalin treated suspensions of v. fetus, and controlled titer homologous ...196113740411
characterization of vibrio fetus antigens. iv. study of polysaccharide-antibody reactions by a rapid slide gel diffusion technique. 196113741871
characterization of vibrio fetus antigens. iii. study of serologic and biophysical properties of a polysaccharide fraction in a hemolytic system. 196013741872
an in vitro study of extracted antigens of vibrio fetus isolates. 196113742232
vibrio fetus isolated from a patient with localized septic arthritis. 196113756108
experimental immunization against ovine vibriosis. i. the use of live and formalin-killed vibrio fetus vaccines. 196113770899
the experimental inoculation of heifers with vibrio fetus of ovine origin. 196113782529
the effect of enzyme inhibitors on vibrio fetus, proteus vulgaris, and pseudomonas aeruginosa. 196013788199
the effect of growth factors on the growth of vibrio fetus. 196013788200
vibrio fetus meningitis in a newborn infant. 196213889167
the isolation of vibrio fetus from the ovine gallbladder. 196213893064
cellular changes in the endometrium of vibrio fetus-infected and noninfected heifers. 196213959224
collection of bovine cervical mucus with insemination pipettes for the isolation of vibrio fetus. 196213987686
isolation of vibrio fetus from bovine preputial fluid, using millipore filters and an antibiotic medium. 196313988455
nutrition of vibrio fetus.smibert, robert m. (virginia polytechnic institute, blacksburg, va.). nutrition of vibrio fetus. j. bacteriol. 85:394-398. 1963.-a chemically defined medium has been developed for the cultivation of both catalase-positive h(2)s-negative and catalase-positive h(2)s-positive strains of vibrio fetus. a total of 87 strains of v. fetus, representing bovine, ovine, porcine, human, and chicken isolates, were grown in both semisolid and liquid defined media. the medium was also used to isolate v. fetus ...196313989353
[vibrio fetus]. 196313999997
an antigenic analysis of vibrio fetus. ii. further characterization of the precipitating antigens. 196314001231
an antigenic analysis of vibrio fetus. i. properties of soluble extracts of the organism. 196214007581
electron microscopic observations of a mucoid strain of vibrio fetus. 196114038041
a preliminary report on a new technic for isolation of vibrio fetus from carrier bulls. 196214038404
chemically defined medium for some microaerophilic vibrios.fletcher, r. d. (university of connecticut, storrs) and w. n. plastridge. chemically defined medium for some microaerophilic vibrios. j. bacteriol. 85:992-995. 1963.-the medium described supported growth of 22 of 26 catalase-positive, h(2)s-negative vibrios (vibrio fetus). the strains used were isolated from cattle, chickens, man, sheep, and swine; 10 failed to grow in thiol medium plus 1% glycine (group i), and 16 were glycine-tolerant (group ii). growth on the defined medium was compared with ...196314044029
differentiation of vibrio fetus and vibrio bubulus based upon reactions in media containing ferrous sulfate. 196314058966
antigenic substances isolated from filtrates of vibrio fetus broth cultures. 196314081471
vibrio fetus meningoencephalitis. 196414088253
protracted bacteremia and meningitis due to vibrio fetus. 196414096387
the effect of various antibiotics on the uterine mucosa of vibrio fetus-infected cows. 196414103211
studies on the indirect transmission of vibrio fetus infection in sheep. 196414125919
magpies as carriers of ovine vibrio fetus. 196414126859
the pathogenicity of vibrio fetus isolated from ovine bile. 196414140883
vibrio fetus infection and reinfection in heifers, as determined by cultural tests using blood agar plus antibiotics. 196414141512
[vibrio fetus sepsis in a male patient]. 196414223111
a comparison of 3 methods of serum fractionation in the preparation of vibrio fetus fluorescent antibody conjugates. 196414227168
extractions of soluble antigens of vibrio fetus and their demonstration by cellulose acetate electrophoresis and ouchterlony agar diffusion. 196414227184
vibrio fetus toxin. i. hypersensitivity and abortifacient action. 196414234060
reproductive patterns of female cattle bred for successive gestations to vibrio fetus-infected bulls. 196414266911
biochemical characteristics of vibrio sputorum and relationship to vibrio bubulus and vibrio fetus.loesche, walter j. (forsyth dental center and harvard school of dental medicine, boston, mass.), ronald j. gibbons, and sigmund s. socransky. biochemical characteristics of vibrio sputorum and relationship to vibrio bubulus and vibrio fetus. j. bacteriol. 89:1109-1116. 1965.-twenty-seven strains of vibrio sputorum were isolated from human gingival debris. all strains reduced nitrate beyond nitrite, and all produced h(2)s. none produced catalase, indole, or acetylmethylcarbinol. carbohydrates wer ...196514276104
[septicemia caused by vibrio fetus]. 196514276635
septic arthritis and bacteremia due to vibrio fetus: report of an unusual case and review of the literature. 196514310014
isolation of vibrio fetus from bovine semen. 196514317480
[vibriostatic effect of some antibiotics on vibrio fetus venerealis]. 196514336679
experimental vibrio fetus infection in heifers. 2. return to fertility and the effect of treatment. 196514337685
experimental vibrio fetus infection in heifers. 4. studies on the immunizing properties of a live virulent culture applied intravaginally. 196514337686
experimental vibrio fetus infection in heifers. 3. studies on the immunizing properties of a killed culture applied intravaginally. 196514340370
an evaluation of cultural technics for the detection of vibrio fetus in bovine semen. 196514343835
vibrio fetus infection in cattle. i. a comparative study of the agglutinin response in cervicovaginal mucus and blood serum to homologous antigens following abortion. 195514361923
cross agglutination between vibrio fetus and brucella abortus. 195514361931
[human infections by vibrio fetus]. 195514378744
vibrio fetus--a cause of human abortion. 196014402980
human vibriosis: report of a patient with relapsing febrile illness due to vibrio fetus. 196014406299
vibrio fetus infection in man. 196014408413
quantity production of vibrio fetus cells. 196014420519
the effect of streptomycin on the survival of vibrio fetus in semen and other diluents stored at 5 degrees and -79 degrees c. 195914424126
characterization of vibrio fetus antigens. i. chemical properties and serological activities of a soluble antigen. 195914437585
characterization of vibrio fetus antigens. ii. agglutination of polysaccharide-sensitized sheep erythrocytes by specific antiserums. 195914437586
use of catalase in the culture of vibrio fetus. 196114456144
systemic treatment of vibrio fetus-infected bulls. 196114462199
elimination of vibrio fetus from suspensions of bovine sperm stored at low temperature. 196214480350
studies on the coccoid form of ovine vibrio fetus i. cultural and serologic investigations. 196214481282
vibrio fetus endotoxin. 196214482464
elimination of vibrio fetus from bulls in artificial insemination centers. 196214487108
[apropos of 3 cases of human vibriosis (vibrio fetus), including 1 case of meningitis]. 196214492863
[pathogenesis of campylobacter fetus infection].campylobacter fetus subsp. fetus is a zoonotic pathogen and cause opportunistic systemic infection in human who either are pregnant or have an underlying illness. crystalline surface layer (s-layer), an external structure on the outer membrane is the prime virulence factor of this organism. s-layer is responsible for resistance to both leukocyte phagocytosis and the bactericidal effects of human serum. antigenic variation of c. fetus surface antigen during infection also help the organism to esc ...200314509230
aetiology of bovine abortion in argentina.necropsies were performed on 354 fetuses from dairy and beef herds submitted from 1994 to 2000 to the diagnostic laboratories at instituto nacional de tecnología agropecuaria, balcarce, argentina. samples from the fetuses were examined for pathogenic organisms and processed for microscopic examination. an aetiological diagnosis was made for 161 (45.5%) of the fetuses. no diagnosis was made for 193 (54.5%) fetuses. infectious agents were isolated from 122 (34.4%) of the fetuses, bacterial agents ...200314509450
[campylobacter fetus bacteremia in immunocompetent patient]. 200314516269
evaluation of acridine orange staining as a replacement of subcultures for bact/alert-positive, gram stain-negative blood cultures.among 18,424 blood culture sets processed during a study period of 18 months, 85 bottles that were positive by the bact/alert system were gram stain negative. both acridine orange staining and subcultures detected microorganisms in a total of 12 bottles. acridine orange staining can replace subcultures of false-positive blood cultures.200314605172
simplified serological diagnosis of endocarditis due to coxiella burnetii and bartonella.we tested a single-step serological assay against coxiella burnetii and bartonella species and found a sensitivity of 100%, and a positive predictive value of 98% for the diagnosis of blood culture-negative endocarditis (bcne). this assay should be considered as a possible commercial test for the diagnosis of bcne.200314607881
heat resistance in liquids of enterococcus spp., listeria spp., escherichia coli, yersinia enterocolitica, salmonella spp. and campylobacter spp.the aim of the work was to collect, evaluate, summarize and compare heat resistance data reported for campylobacter, enterococcus, escherichia, listeria, salmonella and yersinia spp. the work was limited to resistance in liquids with ph values 6-8. results obtained under similar experimental conditions were sought. thermal destruction lines for the various bacterial groups studied were constructed using log10 d values and treatment temperatures. there was a good linear relationship between log10 ...200314650540
vaccines against sexually transmitted diseases. 200314651753
new connections in the prokaryotic toxin-antitoxin network: relationship with the eukaryotic nonsense-mediated rna decay system.several prokaryotic plasmids maintain themselves in their hosts by means of diverse post-segregational cell killing systems. recent findings suggest that chromosomally encoded copies of toxins and antitoxins of post-segregational cell killing systems - such as the rele system - might function as regulatory switches under stress conditions. the rele toxin cleaves ribosome-associated transcripts, whereas another post-segregational cell killing toxin, pare, functions as a gyrase inhibitor.200314659018
use of genome selected repeated sequences increases the sensitivity of pcr detection of tropheryma whipplei.the availability of the tropheryma whipplei genome offers the putative possibility of choosing logical dna targets. we applied a pcr assay (targeting repeated sequences of t. whipplei) to samples from patients with whipple's disease and to those from members of a control group. when compared to the results seen with regular pcr, the sensitivity of repeat pcr was significantly enhanced (p = 0.02) without alteration of its specificity.200414715790
comparative molecular and microbiologic diagnosis of bacterial endocarditis.sequencing of 16s rdna, and of sodaint and rpobint in some cases, was applied to dna from heart valves of 46 patients (36 with definite and 10 with possible endocarditis). sequence-based identifications were compared with those obtained with conventional methods. among the 36 definite cases, 30 had positive blood cultures and 6 had negative cultures. among the 30 positive cases, sequencing of 16s rdna permitted identification of species (18), genus (8), or neither (4); sodaint and rpobint sequen ...200314720393
a survey of campylobacter species shed in faeces of beef cattle using polymerase chain reaction.a polymerase chain reaction (pcr)-based survey of campylobacters associated with faeces collected from 382 beef cattle was undertaken. to ensure the removal of pcr inhibitors present in faeces and determine if adequate extraction was achieved, faeces were seeded with internal control dna (i.e., dna designed to amplify with the campylobacter genus primer set, but provide a smaller amplicon) before the extraction procedure. in only two samples (0.5%) were the internal control or campylobacter genu ...200314735214
gastroenteritis in nf-kappab-deficient mice is produced with wild-type camplyobacter jejuni but not with c. jejuni lacking cytolethal distending toxin despite persistent colonization with both strains.campylobacter jejuni continues to be a leading cause of bacterial enteritis in humans. however, because there are no readily available animal models to study the pathogenesis of c. jejuni-related diseases, the significance of potential virulence factors, such as cytolethal distending toxin (cdt), in vivo are poorly understood. mice deficient in nf-kappab subunits (p50(-/-) p65(+/-)) in a c57bl/129 background are particularly susceptible to colitis induced by another enterohepatic microaerobe, he ...200414742559
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