Escherichia Coli. Pathotypes and Principles of Pathogenesis by Michael Donnenberg

By Michael Donnenberg

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The strains’ genome size ranged from 4116 to 5379 genes. However, based on 95% nucleotide identity and length preservation, a total of 16 148 genes were found in it least one of the 22 strains examined, comprising a minimal estimate of the E. coli pangenome. e. ) strains that, on average, comprised 49–67% of individual genomes. Only 1996 genes were found in every strain and could be defined as core genes, which constituted from 37 to 49% of the genomes of individual strains.

Molecular analyses has determined that Shigella is actually a phenotype of E. , 1983). A phylogeny based on a concatenated alignment of multiple conserved genes (MLST) demonstrated that the Shigella phenotype has emerged at least seven times from E. , 2000). Therefore, the emergence of Shigella is associated with plasmid acquisition and convergent evolution, including genome size reduction. The first Shigella genome sequenced was S. , 2002). A comparison of this genome with K12 and O157:H7 EDL933 revealed that the S.

2009). This demonstrated that the distinct pathogenic potential of UPEC, as compared to other E. coli, was not the result of a fixed group of virulence factors, but rather a variable collection of factors. More recently, in 2010, Hagan et al. published the first transcriptional profile of pathogenic E. , 2010). Isolates were collected from the urine of eight women with bacteriuria, and the transcriptomes were compared by microarray to the same isolates grown statically in sterilized urine. , 2004), there was an overall positive correlation.

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