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Bacterial adhesion

Bacterial adhesion

physicochemical property of fimbriated (fimbriae, bacterial) and non-fimbriated bacteria of attaching to cells, tissue, and nonbiological surfaces. It is a factor in bacterial colonization and pathogenicity.


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... pathogenicity factors. Intriguingly, the LEE (and many other aspects of bacterial pathogenesis) is regulated by quorum sensing. It is possible that ... the appropriateniche in which to activate LEE and activate TTSS, adhesion, and invasion processes. The broad scope of enteric bacterial pathogens ...

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... growth medium) will be discussed. Interactions of the hydrogels with bacterial and mammalian cells reveal that these materials are non-cytotoxic ... the actin cortex and the cytoplasm. Topographically Tuning Polymer Adhesion Nature often uses geometry on micro and nano length scales to systematically ...

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... after Christian Gram, who developed the staining protocol in 1884. The bacterial cell wall thus contains a unique biopolymer in that it contains ... Boston, MA, 2005. [3] P. C. Letourneau, "Cell-to-substratum adhesion and guidance of axonal elongation," Developmental Biology, ...

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... Nucleotidyl transferase (InterPro:IPR005835); contains InterPro domain Bacterial transferase hexapeptide repeat (InterPro:IPR001451) catalyzes the ... methylase" "Function Code:13.08 - Other, Adhesion " /product="adhesion protein" "Function Code:12.02 ...

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... by chemical signal (insect/ ferromone like) This could mean that odor (bacterial signal related) turns on quorum sensing. Like a butterfly bug in ... is about microbial resistance, cell (signal) inhibition and/or cell adhesion and/ or cell rupture(lysis like) caused by the presence and/ or ...

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