The Genus Yersinia : Entering the Functional Genomic Era (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)

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The Genus Yersinia : Entering the Functional Genomic Era (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)

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基本説明

Summarizes work done both on genome-wide approaches and on detailed microbe-host interactions as well as on genetic, biochemical and chemical characterization of different bacterial components such as lipopolysaccharides, type III secretions systems, porins, etc.

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For the eighth time the yersiniologists all over the world gathered together when the International Symposium on Yersinia was organized by University of Turku and Turku Microbiology Society in Turku, Finland. Over 250 delegates from 28 countries attended the Symposium. The Symposium logo (Picture 4, next page) presents a bacteriophage attached to the surface of the bacterium. One can easily imagine that most of the aspects covered in this Symposium are included in the logo: the bacteriophage genome encodes for structural proteins, adhesins and effector proteins that interact with the host cell in most intricate ways to carry out their mission. Life of the bacteriophage depends on the tightly regulated interplay between the phage and the host proteins. This all is also true between Yersinia and the different hosts and environments it encounters during its life cycle. This Symposium Proceedings volume is based on the oral and poster presentations given during the Symposium. The volume has been divided into six parts covering topics such as genomics, surface structures, bacteriophages, molecular and cellular pathogenesis, molecular epidemiology and diagnostics, gene regulation, clinical aspects and vaccines. These topics reflect righteously the present trends in the bacteriology research.

Table of Contents

  PART I EVOLUTION AND GENOMICS                    1  (62)
Evolution of Pathogenic Yersinia, Some 3 (10)
Lights in the Dark
Elisabeth Carniel
DNA Adenine Methylation 13 (6)
Victoria L. Taylor
Petra C. F. Oyston
Richard W. Titball
Tracing Acquisitions and Losses in Yersinia 19 (6)
Genomes
Alexander Rakin
Andrey Golubov
Azuka Iwobi
Jurgen Heesemann
Subtractive Hybridization Uncovers Novel 25 (6)
Pathogenicity-Associated Loci in Yersinia
enterocolitica
Azuka N. Iwobi
Alexander Rakin
Emilio Garcia
Jurgen Heesemann
Identification of Genes Involved in 31 (4)
Yersinia pestis Virulence by
Signature-Tagged Mutagenesis
Yehuda Flashner
Emanuelle Mamroud
Avital Tidhar
Raphael Ber
Moshe Aftalion
David Gur
Anat Zvi
Naomi Ariel
Baruch Velan
Avigdor Shafferman
Sara Cohen
Characterization of Two Conjugative 35 (4)
Yersinia Plasmids Mobilizing pYV
Stefan Hertwig
Iris Klein
Jens A. Hammerl
Bernd Appel
Signature-Tagged Mutagenesis of Yersinia 39 (4)
pestis
Petra C.F. Oyston
Andrey V. Karlyshev
Brendan W. Wren
Richard W. Titball
Cobalamin Synthesis in Yersinia 43 (4)
enterocolitica 8081
Michael B. Prentice
Jon Cuccui
Nick Thomson
Julian Parkhill
Evelyn Deery
Martin J. Warren
Construction of a Yersinia pestis Microarray 47 (4)
Richard A. Stabler
Jason Hinds
Adam A. Witney
Karen Isherwood
Petra Oyston
Richard Titball
Brendan Wren
Stewart Hinchliffe
Michael Prentice
Joseph A. Mangan
Phillip D. Butcher
A Conjugal Type IV Transfer System in 51 (4)
Yersinia enterocolitica Strains
Greta Goelz
Dorothea Knabner
Bernd Appel
Eckhard Strauch
Transmission Factors: Yersinia pestis Genes 55 (8)
Required to Infect the Flea Vector of Plague
B. Joseph Hinnebusch
PART II PATHOGENESIS AND HOST INTERACTIONS 63 (122)
Rho-GTP Binding Proteins in Yersinia Target 65 (8)
Cell Interaction
Martin Aepfelbacher
Claudia Trasak
Agnes Wiedemann
Andreas Andor
A Technique of Intradermal Injection of 73 (6)
Yersinia to Study Y. pestis Physiopathology
Francoise Guinet
Elisabeth Carniel
YopT Is A Cysteine Protease Cleaving Rho 79 (6)
Family GTPases
Feng Shao
Jack E. Dixon
Structural Studies of Yersinia Adhesin YadA 85 (4)
Heli Nummelin
Yasmin El Tahir
Pauli Ollikka
Mikael Skurnik
Adrian Goldman
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Harbors a Type 89 (8)
IV Pilus Gene Cluster that Contributes to
Pathogenicity
Francois Collyn
Michael Marceau
Michel Simonet
Salicylanilides are Potent Inhibitors of 97 (4)
Type III Secretion in Yersinia
Anna M. Kauppi
Roland Nordfelth
Ulrik Hagglund
Hans Wolf-Watz
Mikael Elofsson
Mapping of Possible Laminin Binding Sites 101(4)
of Y. pestis Plasminogen Activator (Pla)
via Phage Display
Orsolya Benedek
Judit Bene
Bela Melegh
Levente Emody
The Fish Pathogen Yersinia ruckeri 105(4)
Possesses a TTS System
Deephti K. Gunasena
Jenny R. Komrower
Sheila Macintyre
Characterisation of the Type III Secretion 109(4)
Protein YscU in Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
Moa Lavander
Lena Sundberg
Petra J. Edqvist
Scott A. Lloyd
Hans Wolf-Watz
Ake Forsberg
Mutagenesis Elucidates The Assembly Pathway 113(4)
and Structure of Yersinia pestis F1 Polymer
Joanne E. Kersley
Anton V. Zavialov
Elham Moslehi
Stefan D. Knight
Sheila Macintyre
Characterization of Infections with Wild 117(4)
and Mutant Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
Strains in Rabbit Oral Model
Hristo Najdenski
Anna Vesselinova
Elitsa Golkocheva
Sara Garbom
Hans Wolf-Watz
Identification of Yersinia pestis Pigment 121(4)
Receptor
Olga N. Podladchikova
Grigory G. Dikhanov
Yersinia enterocolitica Biotype 1A: Not as 125(4)
Harmless as You Think
Sharon M. Tennant
Narelle A. Skinner
Angela Joe
Roy M. Robins-Browne
Pestoides F, a Yersinia pestis Strain 129(4)
Lacking Plasminogen Activator, is Virulent
by the Aerosol Route
Patricia L. Worsham
Chad Roy
Impact of the Yersinia 133(4)
pseudotuberculosis-Derived Mitogen (YPM) on
the Murine Immune System
Christophe Carnoy
Caroline Loiez
Christelle Faveeuw
Corinne Grangette
Pierre Desreumaux
Michel Simonet
Role of T Cells and Gamma Interferon in 137(4)
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis-Derived Mitogen
(YPM)-Induced Toxicity in Mice
Hirotsugu Kano
Yasuhiko Ito
Kentaro Matsuoka
Tutomu Iwata
Hirohisa Saito
Takao Kohsaka
Jun Abe
Yersinia pestis Pla Has Multiple 141(6)
Virulence-Associated Functions
Kaarina Lahteenmaki
Maini Kukkonen
Silja Jaatinen
Marjo Suomalainen
Hanna Soranummi
Ritva Virkola
Hannu Lang
Timo K. Korhonen
Polyclonal B-Cell Activation in Mice 147(4)
Infected by Intragastric Route with
Yersinia enterocolitica O:8
Beatriz M.M. Medeiros
Orivaldo P. Ramos
Eloisa E.E. Silva
Deise P. Falcao
Polyclonal Activation as a Consequence of 151(4)
Infection of Mice with Yersinia
enterocolitica O:3 Isolated from Patients
with or without Arthritis
Beatriz M. M. Medeiros
Eloisa E.E. Silva
Orivaldo P. Ramos
Deise P. Falcao
The Response of Murine Macrophages to 155(6)
Infection with Yersinia pestis as Revealed
by DNA Microarray Analysis
Lee-Ching NG
Ola Forslund
Susie Koh
Kerstin Kuoppa
Anders Sjostedt
Defensive Function of Phagocytes in 161(4)
Pseudotuberculosis
Natalya G. Plekhova
Larisa M. Somovaisachkova
Felix N. Shubin
Mechanisms of Yersinia Enterocolitica 165(4)
Evasion of the Host Innate Immune Response
by V Antigen
Andreas Sing
Dagmar Rost
Natalia Tvardovskaia
Andreas Roggenkamp
Anna M. Geiger
Carsten J. Kirschning
Agnes Wiedemann
Martin Aepfelbacher
Jurgen Heesemann
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis, Its Toxins and 169(4)
Plant Cells
Nelly Timchenko
Marina Eliseikina
Viktor Bulgakov
Elena Bulakh
Elena Yasnetskaya
Elena Nedashkovskaya
Yury Zhuravlev
Influence of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis on 173(4)
the Immunity of Echinoderms
Marina Eliseikina
Nelly Timchenko
Aleksandr Bulgakov
Timyr Magarlamov
Irina Petrova
Acute and Chronic Experimental Infection 177(4)
Processes Caused by Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis and Evaluation of
Interleukin Action on Their Development and
Outcome
Galina Y. Tseneva
Ekaterina A. Voskressenskaya
Andrey S. Simbirtsev
Irina V. Shestakova
Tatiana E. Demakova
Irina A. Chmyr
Role of Apoptosis of Phagocytic Cells in 181(4)
the Development of Immunodeficiency in
Plague
Galina I. Vasilieva
Victor N. Kozlovsky
Alla K. Kiseleva
Michail B. Mishankin
Boris N. Mishankin
PART III LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE, BACTERIOPHAGES 185(80)
AND CELL WALL FUNCTION
Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry and 187(12)
Biological Role of Yersinia
Lipopolysaccharide
Mikael Skurnik
O Antigen Gene Clusters of Yersinia 199(8)
pseudotuberculosis
Peter R. Reeves
Elvia Pacinelli
Lei Wang
Cloning and Characterization of the 207(4)
Yersinia enterocolitica Serotype O:9
Lipopolysaccharide O-Antigen Gene Cluster
Peter S. Lubeck
Jeffrey Hoorfar
Peter Ahrens
Mikael Skurnik
Characterization of the Lipopolysaccharide 211(4)
Outer Core Biosynthesis of Yersinia
enterocolitica Serotype O:3
Elise Pinta
Reija Venho
Jose Antonio Bengoechea
Mikael Skurnik
ECA-Antibodies in Antisera Against R 215(4)
Mutants of Yersinia enterocolitica O:3
Joanna Radziejewska-Lebrecht
Katarzyna Kasperkiewicz
Mikael Skurnik
Lore Brade
Ivo Steinmetz
Anna S. Swierzko
Artur Muszynski
Lipopolysaccharides of Yersinia 219(10)
Otto Holst
The Core Structure of the 229(4)
Lipopolysaccharide of Yersinia pestis
Strain KM218
Tat'yana A. Gremyakova
Evgeny V. Vinogradov
Buko Lindner
Nina A. Kocharova
Sofya N. Senchenkova
Alexander S. Shashkov
Yuriy A. Knirel
Otto Holst
Rima Z. Shaikhutdinova
Anderi P. Anisimov
Yersiniophages 233(8)
Maria I. Pajunen
Ian J. Molineux
Mikael Skurnik
Properties of the Temperate Yersinia 241(4)
enterocolitica Bacteriophage PY54
Stefan Hertwig
Iris Klein
Bernd Appel
Transposon Mutagenesis of the Phage φ 245(4)
YeO3-12
Saija Kiljunen
Heikki Vilen
Harri Savilahti
Mikael Skurnik
Analysis of Enterocoliticin, a Phage 249(4)
Tail-Like Bacteriocin
Eckhard Strauch
Heike Kaspar
Christoph Schaudinn
Christina Damasko
Antje Konietzny
Petra Dersch
Mikael Skurnik
Bernd Appel
Function and Regulation of the 253(4)
Salmonella-Like pmrF Antimicrobial Peptide
Resistance Operon in Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis
Michael Marceau
Florent Sebbane
Francois Collyn
Michel Simonet
Porin from Yersinia pseudotuberculosis: 257(4)
Cloning and Analysis of Primary Structure
Marina P. Issaeva
Konstantin V. Guzev
Olga D. Novikova
Tamara F. Solovjeva
Sergei Degtyarev
Valeri A. Rasskazovs
Pore-Forming Proteins of Genus Yersinia 261(4)
Olga P. Vostrikova
Olga D. Novikova
Natalya Y. Kim
Galina N. Llkhatskaya
Tamara F. Solovjeva
PART IV GENE REGULATION 265(28)
Regulation of O-Antigen Biosynthesis in 267(8)
Yersinia enterocolitica
Jose Antonio Bengoechea
Regulation of the Yersinia pestis Yfe and 275(10)
Ybt Iron Transport Systems
Robert D. Perry
Jennifer Abney
Ildefonso Mier Jr.
Yong Lee
Scott W. Bearden
Jacqueline D. Fetherston
Function and Regulation of the 285(4)
Transcriptional Activator RovA of Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis
Geraldine Nagel
Ann Kathrin Heroven
Julia Eitel
Petra Dersch
Temperature and Growth Phase Regulate the 289(4)
Transcription of the O-Antigen Gene Cluster
of Yersinia enterocolitica O:3
Pia Lahtinen
Agnieszka Brzezinska
Mikael Skurnik
PART V EPIDEMIOLOGY 293(102)
Molecular Epidemiology of Yersinia 295(8)
enterocolitica 4/O:3
Maria Fredriksson-Ahomaa
Hannu Korkeala
Occurrence of Y. enterocolitica in 303(6)
Slaughter Pigs and Consequences for Meat
Inspection, Slaughtering and Dressing
Procedures
Truls Nesbakken
Karl Eckner
Hilde Kristin HØidal
Ole-Johan RØtterud
Molecular Epidemiology of the Five Recent 309(4)
Outbreaks of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis in
Finland
Saija Hallanvuo
Pekka Nuorti
Ulla-Maija Nakari
Anja Siitonen
Yersinia pestis from Natural Foci 313(4)
Vladimir V. Kutyrev
Ol'ga A. Protsenko
George B. Smirnov
Elena Boolgakova
Lubov M. Kuklev
A. Irina V. Zudina
Nadezhda A. Vidyaeva
Inna Koozmichenko
A Virulence Study of Yersinia 317(4)
enterocolitica O:3 Isolated from Sick
Humans and Animals in Brazil Using PCR and
Phenotypic Tests
Juliana P. Falcao
Deise P. Falcao
Edneia F. Correa
Marcelo Brocchi
Molecular Virulence Characteristics and 321(4)
Kinetics of Infection of Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis Isolated from Sick and
Healthy Animals
Carlos Henrique G. Martins
Deise P. Falcao
Detection of Yersinia enterocolitica in 325(4)
Slaughter Pigs
Viktoria Atanassova
Jutta Hugenberg
Christian Ring
Mechanism of Formation of a Population 329(4)
Level of Virulence of Yersinia pestis
Bakyt B. Atshabar
Polymerase Chain Reaction Assays for the 333(4)
Presumptive Identification of Yersinia
pestis Strains in Georgia
Lela Bakanidze
Loseb Velijanashvili
Merab Kekelidze
Levan Beridze
Katerine Zangaladze
Mariam Zakalashvili
David Tsereteli
Paata Imnadze
Genetic (Sero)Typing of Yersinia 337(4)
pseudotuberculosis
Tatiana M. Bogdanovich
Elisabeth Carniel
Hiroshi Fukushima
Mikael Skurnik
Yersinia spp. in the Environment: 341(4)
Epidemiology and Virulence Characteristics
Deise P. Falcao
Edneia F.C. Correa
Juliana P. Falcao
Molecular Characterization of Yersinia 345(4)
enterocolitica 1A Strains Isolated from
Buenos Aires Sewage Water
Mirtha E. Floccari
Heinrich K.J. Neubauer
Stella M. Gomez
Czilla Lodri
Jose L. Parada
Molecular Typing of Yersinia Strains by 349(4)
Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis and
RAPD-PCR.
Laura Franzin
Daniela Cabodi
Bacteriocin Susceptibility of Clinical 353(4)
Yersinia Strains
Laura Franzin
Daniela Cabodi
Cristina Fantino
Molecular Epidemiology of Yersinia 357(2)
pseudotuberculosis
Hiroshi Fukushima
Growth of Yersinia enterocolitica in Inegol 359(4)
Meatballs
Ugur Gunsen
Molecular Genetic Typing of Yersinia 363(4)
enterocolitica Serovar O:8 Isolated in Japan
Hideki Hayashidani
Yuki Ishiyama
Tomomitsu A. Okatani
Shin-Ichiro Yoshida
Motoko Ishikawa
Yukio Kato
Yoshimitsu Ohtomo
Masaaki Saito
Tomoko Horisaka
Ken-Ichi Kaneko
Masuo Ogawa
Prevalence and Characterisation of 367(4)
yadA-Positive Yersinia enterocolitica in
Pig Tonsils in 1995 and 1999
Tiina Korte
Maria Fredriksson-Ahomaa
Hannu Korkeala
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis in Pigs and Pig 371(4)
Houses in Finland
Riikka Laukkanen
Taina Niskanen
Maria Fredriksson-Ahomaa
Hannu Korkeala
Evaluation of Pulsed-Field Gel 375(4)
Electrophoresis (PFGE) for Yersinia
enterocolitica Molecular Epidemiology
Investigations
Marina Marranzano
Maria A. Coniglio
Luisa Mauro
F1-Negative Natural Y. pestis Strains 379(4)
Tatyana V. Meka-Mechenko
Occurence of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis in 383(4)
Iceberg Lettuce and Environment
Taina Niskanen
Maria Fredriksson-Ahomaa
Hannu Korkeala
A Rapid Method for the Detection of 387(4)
Enteropathogenic Yersinia in Routine
Diagnostics of Yersiniosis and
Pseudotuberculosis
Igor V. Smirnov
Vitali V. Tsarkov
Anton V. Yakushev
Molecular Epidemiological Characterization 391(4)
of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Circulating
in Different Geographic Areas of the
Russian Federation
Ekaterina A. Voskressenskaya
Valery T. Klimov
Galina Y. Tseneva
Elisabeth Carniel
Jeannine Foulon
Margarita V. Chesnokova
PART VI DISEASES, VACCINES AND DIAGNOSTICS 395(86)
Second and Third Generation Plague Vaccines 397(10)
Richard W. Titball
E. Diane Williamson
Yersinia Outer Protein E, YopE 407(8)
Holger Russmann
Immunological Characterisation of Sub-Units 415(4)
of the Yersinia Type III Secretion Apparatus
James Hill
Cindy D. Underwood
Lena Sundberg
Hanna Astrom
Sophie E.C. Leary
Ake Forsberg
Richard W. Titball
A Recombinant Prototrophic Yersinia pestis 419(4)
Strain Over-Produces F1 Antigen with
Enhanced Serological Activity
Svetlana V. Dentovskaya
Rima Z. Shaikhutdinova
Andrei P. Anisimov
Vaccination with Plasmid DNA Expressing the 423(2)
Yersinia pestis Capsular Protein F1
Protects Mice Against Plague
Haim Grosfeld
Tamar Bino
Yehuda Flashner
Raphael Ber
Emanuelle Mamroud
Shlomo Lustig
Baruch Velan
Avigdor Shafferman
Sara Cohen
Evaluation of Protective Immunity Induced 425(6)
by Yersinia enterocolitica Type-III
Secretion System Mutants
Emanuelle Mamroud
Yehuda Flashner
Avital Tidhar
Raphael Ber
David Gur
Moshe Aftalion
Shirley Lazar
Baruch Velan
Avigdor Shafferman
Sara Cohen
Epidemiology and Diagnostics of 431(8)
Yersinia-Infections
Heinrich K.J. Neubauer
Lisa D. Sprague
Susceptibility to Plague of the Rodents in 439(4)
Antananarivo, Madagascar
Lila Rahalison
Michel Ranjalahy
Jean-Marc Duplantier
Jean-Bernard Duchemin
Jocelyn Ravelosaona
Lala Ratsifasoamanana
Suzanne Chanteau
Food-PCR 443(8)
Mathilde H. Josefsen
Susanne Thisted Lambertz
Stefan Jensen
Jeffrey Hoorfar
A Multiplex PCR-Detection Assay for 451(4)
Yersinia enterocolitica Serotype O:9 and
Brucella spp. Based on the Perosamine
Synthetase Gene
Peter S. Lubeck
Mikael Skurnik
Peter Ahrens
Jeffrey Hoorfar
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor in 455(4)
Yersiniosis
Arve Saebo
Jorgen Lassen
Pathogenic Role of a Superantigen in 459(4)
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Infection
Jun Abe
Hirotsugu Kano
Hiroko Nogami
Shinichi Matsumoto
Kiyosi Baba
Hirohisa Saito
Takao Kohsaka
Chronic Infection with Yersinia 463(4)
enterocolitica in Patients with Clinical or
Latent Hyperthyroidism
Bjorn E. Wenzel
Thea M. Strieder
Erzsebet Gaspar
Wilma M. Wiersinga
A New Selective Medium Provides Improved 467(2)
Growth and Recoverability of Yersinia pestis
Raphael Ber
Emanuelle Mamroud
Moshe Aftalion
David Gur
Avital Tidhar
Yehuda Flashner
Sara Cohen
Evaluation of a One-Step Biochemical 469(4)
Screening Test to Determine Pathogenic
Strains of Yersinia enterocolitica
Bruce Ciebin
Jeremy Wan
Frances Jamieson
Production of Polyvalent Yersinia 473(4)
enterocolitica Bacteriophage Preparation
for Medical Prophylactic Use
Marina Darsavelidze
Zhana Kapanadze
Temo Chanishvili
Tamuna Suladze
Maia Elizbarashvil
Megi Dvalishvili
New Approaches to Detect and Assess the 477(4)
Pathogenicity of Clinical Strains of
Yersinia spp. Based on Molecular Biology
Techniques
Galina Y. Tseneva
Airat R. Mavzutov
Alena V. Svarval
Andrey H. Baymiev
Ekaterina A. Voskressenskaya
Igor V. Smirnov
Index 481