Evidence Of Horizontal Gene Transfer Between Human And Animal Commensal Escherichia Coli Strains Identified By Microarray

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überwinden. Die Deutschen Zentren verfolgen das Ziel den Transfer von Forschungsergebnissen aus dem Labor in die medizinische Versorgung zu beschleunigen. Zoonotische Infektionskrankheiten stehen nicht im direkten Fokus des DZIF, werden jedoch in zahlreichen Schwerpunkten, wie z.B. den emerging infections , thematisiert.

Application of Microarray and Functional-Based Screening

and microarray method employed was estimated using a dilution series of DNA extracts (25 ng to 0.025 ng) from two E. coli strains of known AMR gene content (strains E111592 and 01-2571) in 500 ng calf thymus DNA (Sigma-Aldrich, Dorset, UK), and the presence/absence of the expected genes at each dilution was determined.

Research Use of whole genome sequencing of commensal

range of strains. They are a reservoir and indicator of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes that can be mobilised to other bacteria including zoonotic pathogens, and therefore pose a risk to human and animal health. Mobile elements such as plasmids and transposons are typically responsible for horizontal transfer of AMR genes [1,2].

INFORMAZIONI PERSONALI Elena Grasselli

DNA-microarray, sequenziamento genico e filogenetica molecolare. Evidence of horizontal gene transfer between human and animal commensal Escherichia coli strains

Comparative genomics of E coli. Jeremy D. Glasner & Nicole T

evidence is mounting for additional phage-associated virulence determinants. Horizontal gene transfer If we consider the comparison from the E. coliK-12 Comparative genomics of E coli. Jeremy D. Glasner & Nicole T P. erna As more genome sequences of different strains of E. coli are completed, researchers are finding a surprising variability.

Position actuelle Chercheur postdoctoral, Montréal, plaque

Evidence of Horizontal Gene Transfer between Human and Animal Commensal Escherichia coli Strains Identified by Microarray , Elena Grasselli, Patrice François, Michaela Gutacker, Brian Gettler, Cinzia Bengali, Maruska Convert, Patrick Boerlin, Jacques Schrenzel, et Jean-