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identification of new natural cpha metallo-β-lactamases cpha4 and cpha5 in aeromonas veronii and aeromonas hydrophila isolates from municipal sewage in central italy.two new natural cpha metallo-β-lactamases, the cpha4 and cpha5 enzymes, were identified in water samples from municipal sewage in central italy. compared to cpha, the cpha4 and cpha5 enzymes showed numerous point mutations. these enzymes have a narrow spectrum of substrates focused on carbapenems only. cpha5 showed kcat values about 40-, 12-, and 97-fold higher than those observed for cpha4 versus imipenem, ertapenem, and biapenem, respectively.201525987617
molecular cloning, characterization, and expression analysis of two different types of lectins from the oriental river prawn, macrobrachium nipponense.lectins, which are widely expressed in invertebrates, play important roles in many biological processes, including protein trafficking, cell signaling, pathogen recognition, as effector molecules, and so on (wang and wang, 2013). this study identified one novel m-type lectin and one l-type lectin, designated as mnmtl1 and mnltl1, from the oriental river prawn macrobrachium nipponense. the full-length cdna of mnmtl1 was 2064 bp with a 1761 bp orf encoding a putative protein of 586 deduced amino a ...201525929240
virulence and antimicrobial susceptibility of clinical and environmental strains of aeromonas spp. from northeastern brazil.the aims of the present study were to isolate and identify clinical and environmental strains of aeromonas spp. by means of biochemical tests and the automated method vitek 2 and to investigate the presence of the virulence genes cytotoxic enterotoxin (act), hemolysin (asa-1), and type iii secretion system (ascv), and also the in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility of the strains. from the clinical isolates, 19 aeromonas hydrophila, 3 aeromonas veronii bv. sobria, and 1 aeromonas caviae were iden ...201526103449
occurrence, molecular characterization, and antimicrobial susceptibility of aeromonas spp. in marine species of shrimps cultured at inland low salinity ponds.we aimed to document the risk of aeromonas spp. in marine shrimp species cultured in inland low salinity ponds in thailand. in 14 of 18 shrimp samples retrieved from inland grow-up ponds, aeromonas spp. were detected at ranges from 4667 to 1,500,000 cfu/g body weight. the phylogenetic tree constructed with the gyrb and cpn60 concatenated sequences indicated that the 87 isolates consisted of aeromonas veronii (70%), aeromonas aquariorum (18%), aeromonas caviae (7%), aeromonas jandaei (2%), and ae ...201525583334
distribution, virulence-associated genes and antimicrobial resistance of aeromonas isolates from diarrheal patients and water, china.to determine the prevalence of aeromonas infections in diarrheal patients, the distribution of virulence-associated genes and antibiotic resistance among different aeromonas species in china.201525447712
[multiplication of chloroplasts in acetabulaira under red and blue light (author's transl)]. 20154445519
pyruvate metabolism in the lobster nerve as affected by the partial pressure of carbon dioxide: observations on the synthesis of acetylcholine and on metabolic compartmentation. 20154334500
small protein b upregulates sensor kinase bvgs expression in aeromonas veronii.earlier studies reveal that small protein b (smpb), a class of well-conserved tmrna-binding proteins, is essential for the trans-translation process, which functions as a system for translation surveillance and ribosome rescue. here, we report a previously unrecognized mechanism by which smpb alone positively regulates the expression of a sensor kinase, bvgs, in aeromonas veronii. a reporter plasmid was constructed in which the promoter of bvgs was used to control the expression of the enhanced ...201526136727
detection and diversity of aeromonads from treated wastewater and fish inhabiting effluent and downstream waters.a two-season investigation of the wastewater treatment plant (wwtp) effluent, of related waters, sludge and fish across a wide area and 11 stations, with emphasis on aeromonas spp. was conducted. aeromonas veronii was the prevailing aeromonad isolated by maldi tof ms in the summer period. a rise of aeromonas hydrophila was observed in summer in raw sewage, treated wastewater and effluent-carrying canal. the ratio of aeromonad species retrieved from fish tissues did not correspond with the water ...201526092555
identification of iron and heme utilization genes in aeromonas and their role in the colonization of the leech digestive tract.it is known that many pathogens produce high-affinity iron uptake systems like siderophores and/or proteins for utilizing iron bound to heme-containing molecules, which facilitate iron-acquisition inside a host. in mutualistic digestive-tract associations, iron uptake systems have not been as well studied. we investigated the importance of two iron utilization systems within the beneficial digestive-tract association aeromonas veronii and the medicinal leech, hirudo verbana. siderophores were de ...201526284048
comparative analysis of virulence genes, antibiotic resistance and gyrb-based phylogeny of motile aeromonas species isolates from nile tilapia and domestic fowl.the nucleotide sequence analysis of the gyrb gene indicated that the fish aeromonas spp. isolates could be identified as aeromonas hydrophila and aeromonas veronii biovar sobria, whereas chicken aeromonas spp. isolates identified as aeromonas caviae. pcr data revealed the presence of lip, ser, aer, act and cai genes in fish aer. hydrophila isolates, act, cai and aer genes in fish aer. veronii bv sobria isolates and ser and cai genes in chicken aer. caviae isolates. all chicken isolates showed va ...201526280543
impact of hydrocarbons, pcbs and heavy metals on bacterial communities in lerma river, salamanca, mexico: investigation of hydrocarbon degradation potential.freshwater contamination usually comes from runoff water or direct wastewater discharges to the environment. this paper presents a case study which reveals the impact of these types of contamination on the sediment bacterial population. a small stretch of lerma river basin, heavily impacted by industrial activities and urban wastewater release, was studied. due to industrial inputs, the sediments are characterized by strong hydrocarbon concentrations, ranging from 2 935 to 28 430μg·kg(-1) of tot ...201525828406
humoral immune response and tlr9 gene expression in pacific red snapper (lutjanus peru) experimentally exposed to aeromonas veronii.aquaculture production of pacific red snapper lutjanus peru is growing rapidly in mexico, especially in gulf of california. as it is a relatively new aquaculture species there are few reports evaluating its immune response to pathogens. the gram-negative bacteria aeromonas veronii is a heterogeneous organism that causes the disease known as motile aeromonad septicemia, which is responsible for serious economic loss in seabream culture due to bacterial infections. for the purpose of this study, j ...201525462554
aeromonas stool isolates from individuals with or without diarrhea in southern taiwan: predominance of aeromonas veronii.although aeromonads are important pathogens causing invasive infections in southern taiwan, aeromonas-associated intestinal infections have been rarely mentioned.201525440979
screening of microorganisms from deep-sea mud for antarctic krill (euphausia superba) fermentation and evaluation of the bioactive compounds.twelve kinds of strains were isolated from deep-sea mud which can use antarctic krill powder as the sole carbon/nitrogen source. these strains were identified by 16s rdna sequence analysis and grouped into eight different genera, including bacillus, shewanella, psychrobacter, klebsiella, macrococcus, aeromonas, acinetobacter, and saccharomyces. after fermentation of antarctic krill powder using these strains, bioactive compounds including total phenolics, free amino acids, and enzyme activities ...201525416479
extensive community-acquired pneumonia with hemophagocytic syndrome caused by aeromonas veronii in an immunocompetent patient. 201526318349
detection and characterization of antimicrobial resistance and putative virulence genes in aeromonas veronii biovar sobria isolated from gilthead sea bream (sparus aurata l.).the purposes of this study were to investigate the antimicrobial resistance of aeromonas veronii biovar sobria isolated from gilthead sea bream and to characterize the virulence-implicated genes. fish samples (n=365) were collected from wholesale and retail markets in aljouf, saudi arabia between 2013 and 2014. a total of 45 a. veronii biovar sobria isolates (12.3%) from those samples were tested for resistance to a range of antimicrobial agents. all strains exhibited 100% resistances to nalidix ...201526218714
reciprocal immune benefit based on complementary production of antibiotics by the leech hirudo verbana and its gut symbiont aeromonas veronii.the medicinal leech has established a long-term mutualistic association with aeromonas veronii, a versatile bacterium which can also display free-living waterborne and fish- or human-pathogenic lifestyles. here, we investigated the role of antibiotics in the dynamics of interaction between the leech and its gut symbiont aeromonas. by combining biochemical and molecular approaches, we isolated and identified for the first time the antimicrobial peptides (amps) produced by the leech digestive trac ...201526635240
identification of population bottlenecks and colonization factors during assembly of bacterial communities within the zebrafish intestine.the zebrafish, danio rerio, is a powerful model for studying bacterial colonization of the vertebrate intestine, but the genes required by commensal bacteria to colonize the zebrafish gut have not yet been interrogated on a genome-wide level. here we apply a high-throughput transposon mutagenesis screen to aeromonas veronii hm21 and vibrio sp. strain zwu0020 during their colonization of the zebrafish intestine alone and in competition with each other, as well as in different colonization orders. ...201526507229
biofilm formation on the surface of polylactide during its biodegradation in different environments.the research was aimed at determining the abundance and viability of biofilm formed on the surface of polylactide (pla) during its biodegradation in different environments. it was also aimed at isolating biofilm forming bacteria, determining their hydrolytic activity and taxonomic status. the first step was to evaluate pla biodegradability in lake water, compost and soil, using oxitop control. the next step was to assess the ability of isolated bacteria to form biofilm in the investigated enviro ...201526433346
a novel salt-tolerant chitobiosidase discovered by genetic screening of a metagenomic library derived from chitin-amended agricultural soil.here, we report on the construction of a metagenomic library from a chitin-amended disease-suppressive agricultural soil and its screening for genes that encode novel chitinolytic enzymes. the library, constructed in fosmids in an escherichia coli host, comprised 145,000 clones containing inserts of sizes of 21 to 40 kb, yielding a total of approximately 5.8 gb of cloned soil dna. using genetic screenings by repeated pcr cycles aimed to detect gene sequences of the bacterial chitinase a-class (h ...201526040993
a new alkaline lipase obtained from the metagenome of marine sponge ircinia sp.microorganisms associated with marine sponges are potential resources for marine enzymes. in this study, culture-independent metagenomic approach was used to isolate lipases from the complex microbiome of the sponge ircinia sp. obtained from the south china sea. a metagenomic library was constructed, containing 6568 clones, and functional screening on 1 % tributyrin agar resulted in the identification of a positive lipase clone (35f4). following sequence analysis 35f4 clone was found to contain ...201525921581
multi-parametric analysis of phagocyte antimicrobial responses using imaging flow cytometry.we feature a multi-parametric approach based on an imaging flow cytometry platform for examining phagocyte antimicrobial responses against the gram-negative bacterium aeromonas veronii. this pathogen is known to induce strong inflammatory responses across a broad range of animal species, including humans. we examined the contribution of a. veronii to the induction of early phagocyte inflammatory processes in raw 264.7 murine macrophages in vitro. we found that a. veronii, both in live or heat-ki ...201525862969
occurrence of glucocorticoids discharged from a sewage treatment plant in japan and the effects of clobetasol propionate exposure on the immune responses of common carp (cyprinus carpio) to bacterial infection.the present study evaluated the environmental risks to common carp (cyprinus carpio) posed by glucocorticoids present in sewage treatment plant (stp) effluent. to gather information on the seasonal variations in glucocorticoid concentration, the authors sampled the effluent of a japanese stp every other week for 12 mo. six of 9 selected glucocorticoids were detected in the effluent, with clobetasol propionate and betamethasone 17-valerate detected at the highest concentrations and frequencies. t ...201626126539
identification and virulence properties of aeromonas veronii bv. sobria isolates causing an ulcerative syndrome of loach misgurnus anguillicaudatus. 201626525163
improvement of methyl orange dye biotreatment by a novel isolated strain, aeromonas veronii gri, by spb1 biosurfactant addition.aeromonas veronii gri (kf964486), isolated from acclimated textile effluent after selective enrichment on azo dye, was assessed for methyl orange biodegradation potency. results suggested the potential of this bacterium for use in effective treatment of azo-dye-contaminated wastewaters under static conditions at neutral and alkaline ph value, characteristic of typical textile effluents. the strain could tolerate higher doses of dyes as it was able to decolorize up to 1000 mg/l. when used as micr ...201626396008
characterization of virulence properties of aeromonas veronii isolated from diseased gibel carp (carassius gibelio).aeromonas veronii is a kind of opportunistic pathogen to fish and humans, significantly impending aquaculture production. recently, we isolated two a. veronii strains, named gyc1 and gyc2, from diseased gibel carp (carassius gibelio) in china. based on gyrb (dna gyrase b subunit) genes of gyc1 and gyc2, the constructed phylogenetic tree showed that the two strains were clustered with a. veronii. sixteen virulence genes related to the pathogenicity of aeromonas spp. were subjected to pcr assay. t ...201627043558
medicinal leech therapy and aeromonas spp. infection.while the use of medicinal leech therapy (mlt) in reconstructive and orthopaedic surgery is widely described, post-operative complications related to leeches remain a major concern. aeromonas spp. strains are involved in the majority of reported cases. as surgical success rate is directly impacted, an adapted antibiotic prophylaxis should be instituted in order to minimize these complications. we assessed pharmaceutical process, microbiological control and related infections in order to provide ...201627039338
n-acyl homoserine lactone-mediated quorum sensing in aeromonas veronii biovar sobria strain 159: identification of luxri homologs. 201626909339
a tale of transmission: aeromonas veronii activity within leech-exuded mucus.transmission, critical to the establishment and persistence of host-associated microbiotas, also exposes symbionts to new environmental conditions. with horizontal transmission, these different conditions represent major lifestyle shifts. yet genome-wide analyses of how microbes adjust their transcriptomes toward these dramatic shifts remain understudied. here, we provide a comprehensive and comparative analysis of the global transcriptional profiles of a symbiont as it shifts between lifestyles ...201626896136
[the relevance of correct identification and interpretation of susceptibility testing of aeromonas spp. bacteremia isolates].to assess the relevance of correct identification and interpretation of susceptibility testing of aeromonas spp. bacteremia isolates using newly developed molecular methods in comparison to previous conventional methods.201626027900
pan-genome analysis of aeromonas hydrophila, aeromonas veronii and aeromonas caviae indicates phylogenomic diversity and greater pathogenic potential for aeromonas hydrophila.aeromonas species are important pathogens of fishes and aquatic animals capable of infecting humans and other animals via food. due to the paucity of pan-genomic studies on aeromonads, the present study was undertaken to analyse the pan-genome of three clinically important aeromonas species (a. hydrophila, a. veronii, a. caviae). results of pan-genome analysis revealed an open pan-genome for all three species with pan-genome sizes of 9181, 7214 and 6884 genes for a. hydrophila, a. veronii and a. ...201627075453
[infection status and virulent genes of aeromonas in diarrhea patients in pudong new area, shanghai].to investigate the infection status and virulent genes of aeromonas in patients with acute diarrhea in pudong new area, shanghai.201627005546
the neurosciences research program. 20164810200
polyamide thin-layer chromatographic separation of dopa metabolites and related compounds. 20164754395
prevalence and characterization of plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance genes in aeromonas spp. isolated from south african freshwater fish.an increasing incidence of multidrug-resistant aeromonas spp., which are both fish and emerging opportunistic human pathogens, has been observed worldwide. quinolone-resistant aeromonas spp. isolates are increasingly being observed in clinical and environmental settings, and this has been attributed primarily to target gene alterations, efflux, and transferable quinolone resistance. thirty-four aeromonas spp., obtained from freshwater aquaculture systems, were screened for the presence of gyra a ...201627180024
host matters: medicinal leech digestive-tract symbionts and their pathogenic potential.digestive-tract microbiota exert tremendous influence over host health. host-symbiont model systems are studied to investigate how symbioses are initiated and maintained, as well as to identify host processes affected by resident microbiota. the medicinal leech, hirudo verbana, is an excellent model to address such questions owing to a microbiome that is consistently dominated by two species, aeromonas veronii and mucinivorans hirudinis, both of which are cultivable and have sequenced genomes. t ...201627790190
antibiotic resistance and repetitive-element pcr fingerprinting in aeromonas veronii isolates.this study evaluated antibiotic resistance and the related genes in total 47 aeromonas veronii isolates from pet fish, eel (anguilla japonica) and koi (cyprinus carpio) in korea. in comparison with the antibiotic susceptibilities of isolates from eel and koi, those of pet fish were more resistant to ceftiofur, aminoglycosides, tetracycline and nitrofurantoin. and isolates from pet fish showed high prevalences of class 1 integron, quinolones and tetracycline resistance determinants than those fro ...201627690177
genotypic and phenotypic identification of aeromonas species and cpha-mediated carbapenem resistance in queensland, australia.infection caused by aeromonas spp. ranges from superficial wound infection to life-threatening septicemia. carbapenem resistance due to metallo-beta-lactamase, cpha encoded by the cpha gene, is a significant problem. this study defines aeromonas spp. causing clinical disease in queensland, australia. phenotypic tests for carbapenemase detection were assessed. one hundred aeromonas isolates from blood (22), wound (46), sterile sites (11), stool (18), eye (2), and sputum (1) were characterized by ...201626971634
establishment and characterization of a skin epidermal cell line from mud loach, misgurnus anguillicaudatus, (mase) and its interaction with three bacterial pathogens.a continuous skin epidermal cell line from mud loach (misgurnus anguillicaudatus) (mase cell line) was established with its application in bacteria infection demonstrated in this study. primary mase cell culture was initiated at 26 °c in dulbecco's modified eagle medium/f12 medium (1:1; ph7.2) supplemented with 20% fetal bovine serum (fbs). the primary mase cells in spindle morphology proliferated into a confluent monolayer within 2 weeks, and were continuously subcultured even in 10% fbs- dmem/ ...201627288257
complete genome sequence of the fish pathogen aeromonas veronii th0426 with potential application in biosynthesis of pullulanase and chitinase.aeromonas veronii th0426 is a pathogen of the farmed yellow catfish pelteobagrus fulvidraco but shows high-level expression of pullulanase and chitinase. here, we present its genome sequence, which is the first reported complete genome of fish pathogen in a. veronii to date. strain th0426 harbors a single circular 4,923,009bp chromosome with a gc content of 58.25%. there are 4525 genes identified on its genome, including 4244 protein-coding genes, 32 rrna genes, 120 trna genes, a noncoding rna a ...201627080448
multidrug-resistant aeromonas veronii recovered from channel catfish (ictalurus punctatus) in china: prevalence and mechanisms of fluoroquinolone resistance.to emphasize the importance of the appropriate use of antibiotics in aquaculture systems, the prevalence of resistance to 25 antimicrobials was investigated in 42 aeromonas veronii strains isolated from farm-raised channel catfish in china in 2006-2012. all experiments were based on minimal inhibitory concentrations (mics), and susceptibility was assessed according to the clinical and laboratory standards institute. some isolates displayed antibiotic resistance to the latest-generation fluoroqui ...201627483342
[correlation between maldi-tof vitek-mstm system and conventional identification methods of gastrointestinal infection causing bacteria].rapid identification of pathogens is essential for the diagnosis of gastrointestinal infections. matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time of flight (maldi-tof) mass spectrometry has shown to be effective and fast for the identification of microorganisms. the objective of this study was to evaluate the correlation between vitek-mstm and conventional methods for bacterial identification causing gastrointestinal infection.201627454012
genetic selection of peptide aptamers that interact and inhibit both small protein b and alternative ribosome-rescue factor a of aeromonas veronii c4.aeromonas veronii is a pathogenic gram-negative bacterium, which infects a variety of animals and results in mass mortality. the stalled-ribosome rescues are reported to ensure viability and virulence under stress conditions, of which primarily include trans-translation and alternative ribosome-rescue factor a (arfa) in a. veronii. for identification of specific peptides that interact and inhibit the stalled-ribosome rescues, peptide aptamer library (ptrg-sn-peptides) was constructed using ptrg ...201627588015
draft genome sequence of aeromonas sp. strain eerv15.we report here the draft genome sequence of aeromonas sp. strain eerv15 isolated from sand filter. the organism most closely related to aeromonas sp. eerv15 is aeromonas veronii b565, with an average 83% amino acid sequence similarity of putatively encoded protein open reading frames.201627540061
clinical and therapeutic implications of aeromonas bacteremia: 14 years nation-wide experiences in korea.to elucidate the clinical presentation, antimicrobial susceptibility, and prognostic factors of monomicrobial aeromonas bacteremia in order to determine the most effective optimal therapy.201628032485
immunologic reactivity in hyperuricemia. 20165021341
a study in clinical cancer immunotherapy. 20164988972
present status of bone marrow transplantation following whole body irradiation. 20164959073
[treatment of cardiac conduction disorders by means of electric pacemaker implantation]. 20164827696
distribution of house dust mites in the environs of a tennessee river valley. 20164732617
the measurement of gastric transmucosal potential difference through a gastroduodenoscope. 20164761611
[industrial medicine in the ural after abolition of serfdom]. 20164936090
[acute renal insufficiency due to iodine poisoning]. 20165018162
[experience with ultraviolet irradiation of the blood in chronic diseases]. 20164837149
[on the possibility of determining left ventricular volume by radiocardiography]. 20164963412
an intrarenal foreign body. 20165041547
resonance energy transfer in pepsin conjugates. 20164897805
[use of optics in the examination and operations for diseases of the pharynx and larynx]. 20164767970
collection of mullet fish (mugil cephalus) from west coast of india: evaluation of its quality with relation to food safety.the present study focuses on bacterial and selected heavy metal contaminations of economically important mullet fish (mugil cephalus) collected from west coast of gujarat, india. molecular identification using 16s rrna sequencing revealed the presence of aeromonas veronii, a. mollusorum, a. cavae, a. bivalvum, and v.alginolyticus in the gill and the intestine along with some other non-pathogenic bacteria. pathogenicity of different aeromonas species was confirmed by hemolysin assay. apart from p ...201728290091
neutrophils exert protection in early aeromonas veronii infections through the clearance of both bacteria and dying macrophages.aeromonas veronii is a gram-negative opportunistic pathogen capable of infecting both fish and mammals. left untreated, natural infection in fish can prove fatal and result in irreparable damage to the aquaculture industry. neutrophils are essential innate effector cells that play critical roles in pathogen defense. our aim was to investigate the immunological roles of teleost neutrophils during infection with a. veronii. we began by examining the functional defenses of neutrophils in vitro, whe ...201728167251
diversity of culturable bacterial communities in the intestinal tracts of goldfish (carassius auratus) and their ability to produce n-acyl homoserine lactone.intestinal bacteria isolated from goldfish (carassius auratus) were identified based on 16 ribosomal rna (rrna) gene sequences and screened for their ability to produce n-acyl homoserine lactone (ahl), an autoinducer of the quorum sensing (qs) system. the 230 aerobes/facultative anaerobes that were isolated comprised members of the genera aeromonas (184 isolates), citrobacter (11), enterobacter (2), shewanella (28), vagococcus (1), and vibrio (4). among these genera, the two most abundant specie ...201728124783
dietary zinc promotes immuno-biochemical plasticity and protects fish against multiple stresses.the abiotic and biotic stress is an episode that effect on regulatory, neuro-endocrine and immune systems of animals including fish. the stress creates stimulatory and suppressive of immune system resulting in increases the incidence of infection. in view of these points, we have conducted an experiment to mitigate the stress through a nutritional approach through zinc (zn) supplementation in pangasius hypophthalmus (initial weight-3.65 ± 0.75 g). three isocaloric and isonitrogenous diets with g ...201728108338
effects of dietary administration of shewanella xiamenensis a-1, aeromonas veronii a-7, and bacillus subtilis, single or combined, on the grass carp (ctenopharyngodon idella) intestinal microbiota.gut microbiota of grass carp plays an important role in host. however, detailed information regarding the changes of microbiota after probiotics administration in relation to the gastrointestinal microbiota is absent. in the present study, dietary administration of putative probiotics shewanella xiamenensis a-1, aeromonas veronii a-7, and bacillus subtilisstrains was conducted in grass carp to investigate if there is a discernible alteration in intestinal microbiota and whether the alteration is ...201728321827
aeromonas jandaei and aeromonas veronii caused disease and mortality in nile tilapia, oreochromis niloticus (l.).diseases caused by motile aeromonads in freshwater fish have been generally assumed to be linked with mainly aeromonas hydrophila while other species were probably overlooked. here, we identified two isolates of non-a. hydrophila recovered from nile tilapia exhibiting disease and mortality after exposed to transport-induced stress and subsequently confirmed their virulence in artificial infection. the bacterial isolates were identified as aeromonas jandaei and aeromonas veronii based on phenotyp ...201728383126
aeromonas and plesiomonas species from scarlet ibis (eudocimus ruber) and their environment: monitoring antimicrobial susceptibility and virulence.the present study aimed at evaluating the role of captive scarlet ibises (eudocimus ruber) and their environment as reservoirs of aeromonas spp. and plesiomonas spp., and analyzing the in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility and virulence of the recovered bacterial isolates. thus, non-lactose and weak-lactose fermenting, oxidase positive gram-negative bacilli were recovered from cloacal samples (n = 30) of scarlet ibises kept in a conservational facility and from water samples (n = 30) from their ...201727885558
carbapenemase-producing aeromonas veronii disseminated in the environment of an equine specialty hospital.the emergence of bacterial resistance to carbapenem antibiotics is an urgent public health threat. carbapenem drugs are a last resort treatment option for life-threatening infections. the frequent use of broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat hospitalized patients provides significant selection pressure favoring the emergence and dissemination of resistant organisms, including carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (cre). cres have been reported in animal populations, but only rarely in horses. ou ...201728346803
genome sequencing and annotation of aeromonas veronii strain ae52, a multidrug-resistant isolate from septicaemic gold fish (carassius auratus) in sri lanka.here we report the draft genome sequence and annotation of a. veronii strain ae52 isolated from the kidney of a morbund, septicaemic gold fish (carassius auratus) in sri lanka. this clinical isolate showed resistance to multiple antimicrobials; amoxicillin, neomycin, trimethoprim-sulphonamide, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, enrofloxacin, erythromycin and nitrofurantoin. the size of the draft genome is 4.56 mbp with 58.66% of g + c content consisting 4328 coding sequences. it harbors a repertoire ...201727942459
characterization of virulence, cell surface characteristics and biofilm-forming ability of aeromonas spp. isolates from fish and sea water.members of the genus aeromonas are emerging human pathogens, causing a variety of extra-intestinal, systemic and gastrointestinal infections in both immunocompetent and immunocompromised persons. aeromonas virulence is multifaceted and involves surface-associated molecules, motility, biologically active extracellular products and biofilm formation. aeromonads, isolated from diverse freshwater fish species as well as sea water, were screened for biofilm formation, with varying physicochemical par ...201727425219
unusual microorganisms and antimicrobial resistances in a group of syrian migrants: sentinel surveillance data from an asylum seekers centre in italy.three years of civil war in syria have caused death and increase of communicable diseases. the suffering population has been forced to migrate creating a fertile condition for epidemic spread of infection within the refugee camps.201726987764
production of polyhydroxyalkanoates (pha) using sludge from different wastewater treatment processes and the potential for medical and pharmaceutical applications.in this study, seven strains of bacteria with polyhydroxyalkanoates (pha)-producing ability (i.e., bacillus cereus, pseudomonas putida, bacillus pumilus, pseudomona-huttiensis, yersinia-frederiksenii, aeromonas ichthiosmia and sphingopyxis terrae) were isolated from various waste treatment plants in hong kong. simultaneous wastewater treatment and pha accumulation were successfully achieved in the bioreactors using isolated bacteria from different sludges. at the organic loading less than 13000 ...201728387154
first isolation and characterization of the pathogenic aeromonas veronii bv. veronii associated with ulcerative syndrome in the indigenous pelophylax ridibundus of al-ahsaa, saudi arabia.virulent microbial pathogen infections are the main cause for amphibian decline worldwide. in the present study, a bacterial strain named rdl-2, which was isolated from the skin of infected pelophylax ridibundus larvae, was cultured and then phenotypically and biochemically characterized using scanning electron microscopic observations and the api20e strip and biolog gen iii microplate system. the 16s rrna gene sequence of this strain was also obtained and used in strain identification and phylo ...201729038059
bacterial symbioses of the medicinal leech hirudo verbana.gastrointestinal microbiomes play important roles in the health and nutrition of animals and humans. the medicinal leech, hirudo verbana, serves as a powerful model for the study of microbial symbioses of the gut, due to its naturally limited microbiome compared with other popular models, the ability to cultivate the most abundant microbes, and genetically manipulate one of them, aeromonas veronii. this review covers the relevance and application of leeches in modern medicine as well as recent d ...201722572874
chromosome-mediated mcr-3 variants in aeromonas veronii from chicken meat.two adjacent colistin resistance gene variants, termed mcr-3.2 and mcr-3-like, were identified in the chromosome of an aeromonas veronii isolated from retail chicken meat. the variants showed 95.20% and 84.19% nucleotide sequence identity, respectively, to mcr-3 from porcine escherichia coli functional cloning indicated that only mcr-3.2 conferred polymyxin resistance in both e. coli and aeromonas salmonicida the mcr-3.2-mcr-3-like segment was also observed in other aeromonas species, including ...201728848017
speciation, clinical profile & antibiotic resistance in aeromonas species isolated from cholera-like illnesses in a tertiary care hospital in north india.aeromonas species have been reported to cause various illnesses in humans such as wound infections, septicaemia, peritonitis and pneumonia. their role in causation of cholera-like illness is also being increasingly recognized. this retrospective study was done to know the presence of aeromonas as a cause of acute diarrhoea in a tertiary care hospital and to find the common species of aeromonas causing diarrhoea and their antibiotic susceptibility patterns.201729205196
prevalence and characterisation of quinolone resistance genes in aeromonas spp. isolated from pet turtles in south korea.the aim of this study was to characterise aeromonas spp. isolated from popular species of pet turtle to assess the potential risk of pet turtles as a source of target gene alterations in the quinolone resistance-determining region (qrdr) and transferable plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance (pmqr) genes.201728743647
[investigation of colistin resistance gene mcr in gut bacteria from patients with acute diarrheal].objective: to investigate the presence of colistin resistance gene mcr in gut bacteria from patients with acute diarrhea. methods: fresh stool samples were collected from 150 outpatients with acute diarrhea in the intestinal clinic of henan provincial people's hospital, and were directly detected for the presence of mcr by pcr after enrichment in the broth.the mcr-producing bacteria were further isolated and identified by maldi-tof ms (bruker biotyper). antimicrobial susceptibility of these isol ...201729325326
characterization of multiple antibiotic resistance of culturable microorganisms and metagenomic analysis of total microbial diversity of marine fish sold in retail shops in mumbai, india.marine fish species were analyzed for culturable and total metagenomic microbial diversity, antibiotic resistance (ar) pattern, and horizontal gene transfer in culturable microorganisms. we observed a high ar microbial load of 3 to 4 log cfu g-1. many fish pathogens like providencia, staphylococcus, klebsiella pneumoniae, enterobacter, vagococcus, and aeromonas veronii were isolated. photobacterium and vibrio were two major fish and human pathogens which were identified in the fish metagenome. o ...201729243150
isolation and characterization of a novel, t7-like phage against aeromonas veronii.a virulent aeromonas veronii biovar sobria and the corresponding novel, lytic bacteriophage (vtccbpa5) were isolated from village pond water. the phage was found to belong to family podoviridae. pcr analysis of major capsid protein gene confirmed its classification to t7-like genus. the protein profiling by sds-page indicated the major structural protein to be ~ 45 kda. the phage (vtccbpa5) is host specific and is stable over a range of ph (6-10) and temperatures (4-45 °c). on the basis of restr ...201729116575
targeting inhibition of smpb by peptide aptamer attenuates the virulence to protect zebrafish against aeromonas veronii infection.aeromonas veronii is an important pathogen of aquatic animals, wherein small protein b (smpb) is required for pathogenesis by functioning as both a component in stalled-ribosome rescue and a transcription factor in upregulation of virulence gene bvgs expression. here a specific peptide aptamer pa-1 was selected from peptide aptamer library by bacterial two-hybrid system employing pbt-smpb as bait. the binding affinity between smpb and pa-1 was evaluated using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. t ...201728955325
microbial colonization is required for normal neurobehavioral development in zebrafish.changes in resident microbiota may have wide-ranging effects on human health. we investigated whether early life microbial disruption alters neurodevelopment and behavior in larval zebrafish. conventionally colonized, axenic, and axenic larvae colonized at 1 day post fertilization (dpf) were evaluated using a standard locomotor assay. at 10 dpf, axenic zebrafish exhibited hyperactivity compared to conventionalized and conventionally colonized controls. impairment of host colonization using antib ...201728894128
functional characterization of probiotic potential of novel pigmented bacterial strains for aquaculture applications.the bioprospecting proficient of novel pigmented probiotic strains with respect to aquaculture industry was unexplored hitherto. in this study, we investigated the probiotic potential of novel pigmented bacterial strains isolated from the indigenous soil sediments in their vicinal habitats, which were screened for their antimicrobial activity against aquatic pathogens using agar well diffusion assay. the strains namely exiguobacterium acetylicum (s01), aeromonas veronii (v03), and chryseobacteri ...201729181803
improving extracellular production of serratia marcescens lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase cbp21 and aeromonas veronii b565 chitinase chi92 in escherichia coli and their synergism.lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases (lpmos) can oxidize recalcitrant polysaccharides and boost the conversion of the second most abundant polysaccharide chitin by chitinase. in this study, we aimed to achieve the efficient extracellular production of serratia marcescens lpmo cbp21 and aeromonas veronii b565 chitinase chi92 by escherichia coli. twelve signal peptides reported with high secretion efficiency were screened to assess the extracellular production efficiency of cbp21 and chi92, with gl ...201728884316
enhancement of the production of l-glutaminase, an anticancer enzyme, from aeromonas veronii by adaptive and induced mutation techniques.microbial anti-cancer enzymes have been proven to be effective and economical agents for cancer treatment. aeromonas veronii has been identified as a microorganism with the potential to produce l-glutaminase, an anticancer agent effective against acute lymphocytic leukaemia. in this study, a selective medium of aeromonas veronii was used to culture the microorganism. strain improvement was done by adaptive and induced mutational techniques. a selective minimal agar media was incorporated for the ...201728813436
the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria (arb) in waters of the lower ballona creek watershed, los angeles county, california.screening for the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria (arb) was done at the ballona creek and wetlands, an urban-impacted wetland system in los angeles, california. the goals were (1) to assess the overall prevalence of arb, and (2) compare differences in arb abundance and the types of antibiotic resistance (ar) among the following sample types: lagoon water from del rey lagoon, urban runoff from ballona creek, and water from the ballona wetlands (tidal water flooding in from the adjacen ...201728488226
effects of quorum quenching by ahl lactonase on ahls, protease, motility and proteome patterns in aeromonas veronii lp-11.food spoilage by some bacteria is reported to be regulated by quorum sensing (qs). in this study, a quorum quenching approach was used to investigate the qs regulated phenotypes (growth, protease and motility) and proteins expression in of aeromonas veronii lp-11, which is a specific spoilage organism of sturgeon. ahl lactonase aiiaai96 from bacillus quenched the qs system, probably by enzymatically inactivating the ahls produced by a. veronii lp-11. after aiiaai96 treatment, the protease and mo ...201728482205
oral immunization with recombinant lactobacillus casei expressing ompai confers protection against aeromonas veronii challenge in common carp, cyprinus carpio.aeromonas veronii is a gram-negative pathogen capable of infecting both fish and mammals, including humans, and natural infection in fish results in irreparable damage to the aquaculture industry. lactic acid bacteria (lab) have a number of properties that make them attractive candidates as delivery vehicles for presentation to the mucosa sites of compounds with pharmaceutical interest, in particular vaccines. in this study, we generated two recombinant lactobacillus casei (surface-displayed or ...201829155272
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