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Outer membrane vesicles of Pasteurella multocida contain virulence factors.

Fernández-Rojas MA, Vaca S, Reyes-López M, de la Garza M, Aguilar-Romero F, Zenteno E, Soriano-Vargas E, Negrete-Abascal E - Microbiologyopen (2014)

Bottom Line: Three bands of 65, 110, and 250 kDa with proteolytic activity were detected in Pm OMVs of serogroups A and E.Additionally, β-lactamase activity was detected only in OMVs from Pm 12945 Amp(r) (serogroup A).Pm OMVs may be involved in different aspects of disease pathogenesis.

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Affiliation: Carrera de Biología, Facultad de Estudios Superiores Iztacala, UNAM, Av. de los Barrios # 1, Los Reyes Iztacala, Tlalnepantla, Estado de México, 54090, México.

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Immunorecognition of proteins from Pm OMVs using a pool of serum samples from chickens infected with Pm. The loading order and the amount of protein loaded are the same as in Figure2.
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fig04: Immunorecognition of proteins from Pm OMVs using a pool of serum samples from chickens infected with Pm. The loading order and the amount of protein loaded are the same as in Figure2.

Mentions: Several OMV proteins obtained from Pm were immunorecognized by serum obtained from chickens infected with Pm (Fig.4). The 35–37 kDa heat-modified protein was also recognized by serum from animals infected with A. paragallinarum, Pm, or G. anatis, suggesting the presence of a similar protein and its in vivo expression in these microorganisms (data not shown).


Outer membrane vesicles of Pasteurella multocida contain virulence factors.

Fernández-Rojas MA, Vaca S, Reyes-López M, de la Garza M, Aguilar-Romero F, Zenteno E, Soriano-Vargas E, Negrete-Abascal E - Microbiologyopen (2014)

Immunorecognition of proteins from Pm OMVs using a pool of serum samples from chickens infected with Pm. The loading order and the amount of protein loaded are the same as in Figure2.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig04: Immunorecognition of proteins from Pm OMVs using a pool of serum samples from chickens infected with Pm. The loading order and the amount of protein loaded are the same as in Figure2.
Mentions: Several OMV proteins obtained from Pm were immunorecognized by serum obtained from chickens infected with Pm (Fig.4). The 35–37 kDa heat-modified protein was also recognized by serum from animals infected with A. paragallinarum, Pm, or G. anatis, suggesting the presence of a similar protein and its in vivo expression in these microorganisms (data not shown).

Bottom Line: Three bands of 65, 110, and 250 kDa with proteolytic activity were detected in Pm OMVs of serogroups A and E.Additionally, β-lactamase activity was detected only in OMVs from Pm 12945 Amp(r) (serogroup A).Pm OMVs may be involved in different aspects of disease pathogenesis.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Carrera de Biología, Facultad de Estudios Superiores Iztacala, UNAM, Av. de los Barrios # 1, Los Reyes Iztacala, Tlalnepantla, Estado de México, 54090, México.

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