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1. Evidence of Illegitimate Recombination Between Two Pasteurellaceae Plasmids Resulting in a Novel Multi-Resistance Replicon, pM3362MDR, in Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae Full Text available with Trip Pro

Evidence of Illegitimate Recombination Between Two Pasteurellaceae Plasmids Resulting in a Novel Multi-Resistance Replicon, pM3362MDR, in Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae Evidence of plasmids carrying the tetracycline resistance gene, tet(B), was found in the previously reported whole genome sequences of 14 United Kingdom, and 4 Brazilian, isolates of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae. Isolation and sequencing of selected plasmids, combined with comparative sequence analysis, indicated

2018 Frontiers in microbiology

2. Integrative and Conjugative Elements (ICEs) in Pasteurellaceae Species and Their Detection by Multiplex PCR Full Text available with Trip Pro

Integrative and Conjugative Elements (ICEs) in Pasteurellaceae Species and Their Detection by Multiplex PCR Strains of the Pasteurellaceae bacteria Pasteurella multocida and Mannheimia haemolytica are major etiological agents of bovine respiratory disease (BRD). Treatment of BRD with antimicrobials is becoming more challenging due to the increasing occurrence of resistance in infecting strains. In Pasteurellaceae strains exhibiting resistance to multiple antimicrobials including aminoglycosides (...) members of the Pasteurellaceae family including Histophilus somni and indicates how clustering and dissemination of the resistance genes came about.

2018 Frontiers in microbiology

3. Pasteurellaceae

Pasteurellaceae Pasteurellaceae Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Pasteurellaceae Pasteurellaceae Aka: Pasteurellaceae (...) , Pasteurellae , Haemophilus , Pasteurella , Actinobacillus From Related Chapters II. Characteristics Facultative Anaerobic s III. Genus: Pasteurella Pasteurella multocida IV. Genus: Haemophilus (coccobacilli) Haemophilus e Haemophilus aegyptius Haemophilus ducreyi V. Genus: Actinobacillus Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Pasteurellaceae." Click on the image (or right click) to open

2018 FP Notebook

4. Identification of putative adhesins of Actinobacillus suis and their homologues in other members of the family Pasteurellaceae Full Text available with Trip Pro

Identification of putative adhesins of Actinobacillus suis and their homologues in other members of the family Pasteurellaceae Actinobacillus suis disease has been reported in a wide range of vertebrate species, but is most commonly found in swine. A. suis is a commensal of the tonsils of the soft palate of swine, but in the presence of unknown stimuli it can invade the bloodstream, causing septicaemia and sequelae such as meningitis, arthritis, and death. It is genotypically and phenotypically (...) similar to A. pleuropneumoniae, the causative agent of pleuropneumonia, and to other members of the family Pasteurellaceae that colonise tonsils. At present, very little is known about the genes involved in attachment, colonisation, and invasion by A. suis (or related members of the tonsil microbiota).Bioinformatic analyses of the A. suis H91-0380 genome were done using BASys and blastx in GenBank. Forty-seven putative adhesin-associated genes predicted to encode 24 putative adhesins were discovered

2015 BMC research notes

5. QseBC, a two‐component bacterial adrenergic receptor and global regulator of virulence in Enterobacteriaceae and Pasteurellaceae Full Text available with Trip Pro

QseBC, a two‐component bacterial adrenergic receptor and global regulator of virulence in Enterobacteriaceae and Pasteurellaceae The QseBC two-component system (TCS) is associated with quorum sensing and functions as a global regulator of virulence. Based on sequence similarity within the sensor domain and conservation of an acidic motif essential for signal recognition, QseBC is primarily distributed in the Enterobacteriaceae and Pasteurellaceae. In Escherichia coli, QseC responds

2015 Molecular oral microbiology

6. High-Resolution Melting Curve Analysis for Identification of Pasteurellaceae Species in Experimental Animal Facilities Full Text available with Trip Pro

High-Resolution Melting Curve Analysis for Identification of Pasteurellaceae Species in Experimental Animal Facilities Pasteurellaceae are among the most prevalent bacterial pathogens isolated from mice housed in experimental animal facilities. Reliable detection and differentiation of Pasteurellaceae are essential for high-quality health monitoring. In this study, we combined a real-time PCR assay amplifying a variable region in the 16S rRNA sequence with high-resolution melting curve analysis (...) (HRM) to identify and differentiate among the commonly isolated species Pasteurella pneumotropica biotypes "Jawetz" and "Heyl", Actinobacillus muris, and Haemophilus influenzaemurium. We used a set of six reference strains for assay development, with the melting profiles of these strains clearly distinguishable due to DNA sequence variations in the amplicon. For evaluation, we used real-time PCR/HRM to test 25 unknown Pasteurellaceae isolates obtained from an external diagnostic laboratory

2015 PloS one

7. Pasteurellaceae

Pasteurellaceae Pasteurellaceae Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Pasteurellaceae Pasteurellaceae Aka: Pasteurellaceae (...) , Pasteurellae , Haemophilus , Pasteurella , Actinobacillus From Related Chapters II. Characteristics Facultative Anaerobic s III. Genus: Pasteurella Pasteurella multocida IV. Genus: Haemophilus (coccobacilli) Haemophilus e Haemophilus aegyptius Haemophilus ducreyi V. Genus: Actinobacillus Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Pasteurellaceae." Click on the image (or right click) to open

2015 FP Notebook

8. Bovine respiratory disease: efficacy of different prophylactic treatments in veal calves and antimicrobial resistance of isolated Pasteurellaceae. (Abstract)

Bovine respiratory disease: efficacy of different prophylactic treatments in veal calves and antimicrobial resistance of isolated Pasteurellaceae. The present study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of two prophylactic antibiotic treatments against bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in veal calves. In addition, the antibiotic susceptibilities of isolated Pasteurellaceae were tested. The calves were treated either on the day of arrival by a single administration of tulathromycin (group A, n (...) =20), by a peroral administration of chlortetracycline, sulphadimidine, and tylosin (group B, n=20) for seven consecutive days, or were not prophylactically treated (group C, n=19). On the first day of clinically diagnosed BRD, transtracheal lavage samples were obtained prior to therapeutic treatment and were subsequently cultured. Pasteurellaceae isolates were tested for their susceptibility to 12 antimicrobial agents by the determination of the minimal inhibitory concentrations. During the first

2012 Preventive veterinary medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

9. Delineation of the Pasteurellaceae-specific GbpA-family of glutathione-binding proteins Full Text available with Trip Pro

Delineation of the Pasteurellaceae-specific GbpA-family of glutathione-binding proteins The Gram-negative bacterium Haemophilus influenzae is a glutathione auxotroph and acquires the redox-active tripeptide by import. The dedicated glutathione transporter belongs to the ATP-binding cassette (ABC)-transporter superfamily and displays more than 60% overall sequence identity with the well-studied dipeptide (Dpp) permease of Escherichia coli. The solute binding protein (SBP) that mediates (...) differentiation, we determined the crystal structure of one of the GbpA family outliers from H. parasuis. Comparisons thereof with the previously determined structure of GbpA in complex with oxidized glutathione reveals the structural basis for the lack of allocrite binding capacity, thereby explaining the outlier behavior.Taken together, our studies provide for the first time a collective functional look on a novel, Pasteurellaceae-specific, SBP subfamily of glutathione binding proteins, which we now term

2011 BMC biochemistry

10. Evaluation of the bacterial ocular surface microbiome in clinically normal horses before and after treatment with topical neomycin-polymyxin-bacitracin. Full Text available with Trip Pro

35). Genomic DNA was extracted from ocular surface swabs and sequenced using primers that target the V4 region of bacterial 16S rRNA. At baseline, the most abundant phyla identified were Proteobacteria (46.1%), Firmicutes (24.6%), Actinobacteria (12.6%), and Bacteroidetes (11.2%). The most abundant families included Pasteurellaceae (13.7%), Sphingomonadaceae (7.9%), an unclassified Order of Cardiobacteriales (7.7%), and Moraxellaceae (4.8%). Alpha and beta diversity measurements were unchanged

2019 PLoS ONE

11. Behaviour during transportation predicts stress response and lower airway contamination in horses. Full Text available with Trip Pro

of Pasteurellaceae. Horse behaviour en route predicted clinical and respiratory outcomes. The frequency of stress related behaviours was greatest in the first hour of the journey, and balance-related behaviours were most common in the final hour of the journey. Horses which lowered their heads less frequently en route and showed more stress-related behaviours had higher physiological stress (serum cortisol and heart rate on arrival), increased tracheal mucus and inflammation scores, and higher TW bacterial

2018 PLoS ONE

12. What's the risk? Identifying potential human pathogens within grey-headed flying foxes faeces. Full Text available with Trip Pro

approach to identify faecal-derived zoonotic bacteria within two colonies of P. poliocephalus from Victoria, Australia. Our data show that sequences associated with Enterobacteriaceae (62.8% ± 24.7%), Pasteurellaceae (19.9% ± 25.7%) and Moraxellaceae (9.4% ± 11.8%) dominate flying fox faeces. Further colony specific differences in bacterial faecal colonisation patterns were also identified. In total, 34 potential pathogens, representing 15 genera, were identified. However, species level definition

2018 PLoS ONE

13. Respiratory pathogens and their association with population performance in Montana and Wyoming bighorn sheep populations. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Respiratory pathogens and their association with population performance in Montana and Wyoming bighorn sheep populations. Respiratory disease caused by Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae and Pasteurellaceae poses a formidable challenge for bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) conservation. All-age epizootics can cause 10-90% mortality and are typically followed by multiple years of enzootic disease in lambs that hinders post-epizootic recovery of populations. The relative frequencies at which these epizootics (...) and Pasteurellaceae and used data from management agencies to characterize the disease history and demographics of these populations. We tested for associations between lamb:ewe ratios and the presence of different respiratory pathogen species. All study populations hosted Pasteurellaceae and 17 (77%) hosted Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae. Average lamb:ewe ratios for individual populations where both Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae and Pasteurellaceae were detected ranged from 0.14 to 0.40. However, average lamb:ewe ratios

2018 PLoS ONE

14. Effects of nasal instillation of a nitric oxide-releasing solution or parenteral administration of tilmicosin on the nasopharyngeal microbiota of beef feedlot cattle at high-risk of developing respiratory tract disease. (Abstract)

, with 116 OTUs changing over time, but no difference between treatment groups. However, culture-based methods detected a difference between treatment groups, with more cattle culture-positive for Pasteurellaceae in the NORS group at day 5 post-treatment. This difference in ability to inhibit colonization of the nasopharynx by Pasteurellaceae may be the basis for NORS being inferior to tilmicosin for control of BRD in high-risk cattle.Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

2018 Research in veterinary science Controlled trial quality: uncertain

15. Plasmid-located extended-spectrum β-lactamase gene blaROB-2 in Mannheimia haemolytica. (Abstract)

for E. coli. The blaROB-2 gene from plasmid pKKM48 differed in three positions from blaROB-1, resulting in two amino acid exchanges and one additional amino acid in the deduced β-lactamase protein. In addition to blaROB-2, pKKM48 harboured mob genes and showed high similarity to other plasmids from Pasteurellaceae.This study described the first ESBL gene in Pasteurellaceae, which may limit the therapeutic options for veterinarians. The transferability to Enterobacteriaceae with the functional

2018 Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

16. Development of the tonsillar microbiome in pigs from newborn through weaning Full Text available with Trip Pro

from birth through weaning. Samples derived from sows were also analyzed to determine potential sources for the tonsil microbiome in piglets.The composition of the newborn piglet tonsil microbiome could be differentiated by litter and had strong similarity to the sow teat skin as well as sow vaginal microbiome. The tonsil microbiome in these young piglets was mainly dominated by members of the Pasteurellaceae, Moraxellaceae, and Streptococcaceae families, while there were some transient members

2018 BMC microbiology

17. A Predominant Clonal Thromboembolic Meningoencephalitis Group of Histophilus somni Assigned by Major Outer Membrane Protein Gene Sequencing and Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Predominant Clonal Thromboembolic Meningoencephalitis Group of Histophilus somni Assigned by Major Outer Membrane Protein Gene Sequencing and Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis Histophilus somni, a member of the family Pasteurellaceae, causes a variety of diseases, including thromboembolic meningoencephalitis (TEME) and respiratory diseases, which result in considerable economic losses to the cattle and sheep industries. In this study, 132 chronologically diverse isolates from cattle in Japan

2018 Frontiers in veterinary science

18. Development of the Tonsil Microbiome in Pigs and Effects of Stress on the Microbiome Full Text available with Trip Pro

that members of the Streptococcaceae, Pasteurellaceae, and Moraxellaceae were present at all time points and represent the three most abundant families identified. Other community members appeared transiently or increased or decreased significantly with disruption events or stress. We observed four significant shifts in the tonsil community that coincided with well-defined disruption events: weaning plus addition of Carbadox plus movement to the nursery at week 3, removal of Carbadox and addition of Tylan

2018 Frontiers in veterinary science

19. Comparative Genomics of the First and Complete Genome of “Actinobacillus porcitonsillarum” Supports the Novel Species Hypothesis Full Text available with Trip Pro

Comparative Genomics of the First and Complete Genome of “Actinobacillus porcitonsillarum” Supports the Novel Species Hypothesis "Actinobacillus porcitonsillarum" is considered a nonpathogenic member of the Pasteurellaceae family, which phenotypically resembles the pathogen Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae. Previous studies suggested that "A. porcitonsillarum" may represent a new species closely related to Actinobacillus minor, yet no full genome has been sequenced so far. We implemented

2018 International journal of genomics

20. A Novel Glaesserella sp. Isolated from Pigs with Severe Respiratory Infections Has a Mosaic Genome with Virulence Factors Putatively Acquired by Horizontal Transfer Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Novel Glaesserella sp. Isolated from Pigs with Severe Respiratory Infections Has a Mosaic Genome with Virulence Factors Putatively Acquired by Horizontal Transfer An unknown member of the family Pasteurellaceae was repeatedly isolated from 20- to 24-week-old pigs with severe pulmonary lesions reared on the same farm in Victoria, Australia. The etiological diagnosis of the disease was inconclusive. The complete genome sequence analysis of one strain, 15-184, revealed some phylogenic proximity (...) to Glaesserella (Haemophilus) parasuis, the cause of Glasser's disease. However, the sequences of the 16S rRNA and housekeeping genes, as well as the average nucleotide identity scores, differed from those of all other known species in the family Pasteurellaceae The protein content of 15-184 was composite, with 60% of coding sequences matching known G. parasuis products, while more than 20% had a closer relative in the genera Actinobacillus, Mannheimia, Pasteurella, and Bibersteinia Several putative virulence

2018 Applied and environmental microbiology

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