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Author NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Molecular Biology of Spirochetes (2005 : Prague, Czech Republic)

Title Molecular biology of spirochetes / edited by Felipe C. Cabello, Dagmar Hulinska, and Henry P. Godfrey
Published Amsterdam ; Washington, D.C. : IOS Press, [2006]
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 400 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series NATO science series, I, Life and behavioural sciences, 1566-7693 ; v. 373
NATO science series. Series I, Life and behavioural sciences ; v. 373
Contents Dissemination and persistence are pathogenic events common to all of the major human spirochetal infections / Gary P. Wormser -- Transposon mutagensis of infectious borrelia burgdorferi B31: a pilot study / Douglas J. Botkin, April Abbott, Jerrilyn K. Howell, Mary Mosher, Philip E. Stewart, Patricia A. Rosa, Hiroki Kawabata, Haruo Watanabe and Steven J. Norris -- The isolation and characterization of isogenic mutants in infectious borrelia burgdorferi / J. Seshu, Maria Labandeira-Rey, M. Dolores Esteve-Gassent, Magnus Hook and Jonathan T. Skare -- Motility gene regulation and chemotaxis in borrelia burgdorferi / Nyles W. Charon, Melanie Sal, Michael R. Miller, Richard G. Bakker, Chunhao Li and Md. Abdul Motaleb --Targeted and random mutagenesis in leptospira biflexa: application for the functional analysis of iron transporters / Helene Louvel, Simona Bommezzadri, Nora Zidane, Paula Ristow, Zoe Rouy, Claudine Medigue, Caroline Bouraux-Eude, Isabelle Saint Girons, Christiane Bouchier and Mathieu Picardeau -- Antibiotic resistance in borrelia burgdorferi: applications for genetic manipulation and implications for evolution / D. Scott Samuels -- Development of treponeme genetic systems / Howard K. Kuramitsu and Caroline E. Cameron -- Comparative genomics of borrelia burgdorferi / Sherwood R. Casjens, Wai Mun Huang, Eddie B. Gilcrease, Weigang Qiu, William D. McCraig, Benjamin J. Luft, Steven E. Schutzer and Claire M. Fraser -- Treponema genomics / George M. Weinstock, David Smajs, Petra Matejkova, Michal Strouhal, Thomas J. Albert, Steven J. Norris, Timothy Palzkill and Erica Sodergren -- Comparative analysis of pathogenic leptospira genomes / Richard L. Zuerner, Dieter M. Bulach, Torsten Seemann, Ross L. Coppel and Ben Adler -- Leptospira interrogans: genomics and "immunomics" / Ana L.T.O. Nascimento -- Genotypic variation and borrelia burgdorferi pathogenesis / Ira Schwartz, Guiqing Wang, Radha Iyer, Caroline Ojaimi, Darya Terekhova, Sabina Sandigursky, Gary P. Wormser and Dionysios Liveris -- Multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA) as an alternative to whole DNA/DNA hybridization (WDDH) in borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato taxonomy / Guy Baranton and Daniele Postic -- Diversity and variability of protein-encoding genes of borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato and implications for pathogenesis and diagnosis of lyme borreliosis in Europe / Bettina Wilske, Volker Fingerle and Ulrike Schulte-Spechtel -- Are borrelis recurrentis and borrelia duttonii the same spirochaete? / Sally J. Cutler, Julie C. Scott and David J.M. Wright -- Genotyping of borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato in Russia / Edward I. Korenberg, Valentina V. Nefedova, Irina A. Fadeeva and Nataliya B. Gorelova -- Ecological and genetic diversity with the leptospiraceae family: implications for epidemiology / Yulia V. Ananyina, Anna P. Samsonova, Evgeny M. Petrov, Igor A. Shaginyan, Marina Yu. Chernukha, Marina S. Zemskaya and Yulia S. Alyapkina -- Characterization of borrelia burgdorferi sunsu lato from Czech patients and ticks by culture and PCR-sequence analysis / Dagmar Hulinska, Martin Bojar and Vaclav Hulinsky -- Infection of ixodid ticks, mosquitoes and patients with borrelia, bartonella, rickettsia, anaplasma, ehrlichia and babesia in western Siberia Russia / Olga Morozova, Vera Rar, Yana Igolkina, Andrey Dobrotvorsky, Igor Morozov and Felipe C. Cabello -- Genetic studies of the borrelia burgorferi bmp gene family / Felipe C. Cabello, Lidiya Dubytske, Anton V. Bryksin, Julia V. Burgrysheva and Henry P. Godfrey -- Porins of borrelia / Marija Pinne, Yngve Ostberg, Roland Benz and Sven Bergstrom -- Use of green fluorescent protein transcriptional reporters to study differential gene expression by borrelia burgdorferi / Christian H. Eggers, Melissa J. Caimano and Justin D. Radolf -- Regulation of expression of the integrin ligand P66 in borrelis burgdorferi / Melissa S. Medrano, Paul Policastro, Tom G. Schwan and Jenifer Coburn -- The telomeres of linear bacterial chromosomes and plasmids: how to make them / Wai Mun Huang, Qiurong Ruan and Sherwood R. Casjens -- Blood-induced transcriptional changes in borrelia burgdorferi / Rafal Tokarz and Jarge Benach -- Roles of leptospiral outer membrane proteins in pathogenesis and immunity / David A. Haake -- Genetic analysis attachment of borrelia burgdorferi to host cell and extracellular matrix / Nikhat Parveen and John M. Leong -- Borrelia burgdorferi and ixodes scapularis: exploring the pathogen-vector interface / Utpal Pal, John F. Anderson and Erol Fikrig -- The lyme disease spirochete erp protein family: structure, function and regulation of expression / Brian Stevenson, Tomasz Bykowski, Anne E. Cooley, Kelly Babb, Jennifer C. Miller, Michael E. Woodman, Kate von Lackum and Sean P. Riley -- Lyme disease spirochetes evade innate immunity by acquisition of complement regulators, factor H, and FHL-1 / Reinhard Wallich, Peter F. Zipfel, Christine Skerka, Michael Kirschfink, Markus M. Simon, Brian Stevenson, Susan M. Lea and Peter Kraiczy -- Outer surface lipoproteins of borrelia burgdorferi: role in virulence, persistence of the pathogen, and in protection against lyme disease / Markus M. Simon, Nico Birkner, Rinus Lamers and Reinhard Wallich -- Localization of lyme disease and relapsing fever spirochetes in mammalian hosts infected with different borrelia species, strains, and serotypes / Diego Cadavid
Summary Diseases produced by spirochetes, including Lyme borreliosis, syphilis and leptospirosis, are on the rise worldwide. This volume focuses on a series of state-of-the-art presentations of the research taking place in the laboratories of the contributors, and serves as an introduction to those individuals entering in the field of spirochete research
Notes "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Molecular Biology of Spirochetes, Prague, Czech Republic"--Title page verso
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Bacterial genetics -- Congresses.
Molecular microbiology -- Congresses.
Spirochetes -- Congresses.
Borrelia burgdorferi Group.
Lyme Disease.
Spirochaetales Infections.
Spirochaetales.
Genre/Form Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Cabello, Felipe C., 1942-
Godfrey, Henry P.
Hulinska, Dagmar.
LC no. 2006933007
ISBN 142945525X (electronic bk.)
1433701227
160750202X
9781429455251 (electronic bk.)
9781433701221
9781607502029