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Mycoplasmataceae: a bibliography and index, 1852-1975
C. H. Domermuth
by Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Research Division in Blacksburg, Va
Written in English
|Statement||(by) C.H. Domermuth (and) J.G. Rittenhouse.|
|Contributions||Rittenhouse, J. G., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Research Division.|
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The purpose of this bibliography is to list all available references on the various aspects of mycoplasma infection of animal cell cultures. Topics covered include: general reviews and textbooks; Cited by: 3.
Get this from a library. Pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PPLO) Mycoplasmataceae. [Emma Klieneberger-Nobel] -- Pleuropneumonia-like Organisms (PPLO) Mycoplasmataceae provides information on the characteristics, nature, and reactions of pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PPLO) or mycoplasmataceae.
Includes a bibliography and index. Maps (one folded at back of book, and one on front end paper). b/w photos, line drawings, corrections. The dust Mycoplasmataceae: a bibliography and index has a sketch of.
This book 1852-1975 book by some 60 authors is designed to provide a single comprehensive reference on mycoplasma molecular biology and pathogenicity to those in the field and to make current information and ideas about mycoplasma pathogenicity available to a wide range of scientists. The book is divided into 7 sections entitled: Introduction (covering taxonomy ecology, cell nutrition, growth.
Mycoplasma pneumoniae is a very small bacterium in the class is a human pathogen that causes the disease mycoplasma pneumonia, a form of atypical bacterial pneumonia related to cold agglutinin disease.
pneumoniae is characterized by the absence of a peptidoglycan cell wall and resulting resistance to many antibacterial persistence of M. pneumoniae infections even Class: Mollicutes. The chapters which follow in the book each deal with specialized aspects of the Mycoplasmatales and the L-phase of bacteria, each author being a specialist in his own subject.
Speaking for himself, the reviewer found the chapter on the classification by D. EDWARD and A. Cited by: For decades the study of Mycoplasma (or P.P.L.O. as they were then known) was the preserve of veterinarians interested in bovine pleuropneu-monia and microbiologists interested in 'L' forms.
In Marmion, Chanock, and others isolated M. pneumoniae from cases of human atypical pneumonia and attracted the interest of a large number of medical : L. Hayflick. Mycoplasmataceae, indeed, tend to have small genomes (mean/median lengths are Mbp, minimum is Mbp, and the maximum is Mbp).
However, there are many bacteria with smaller genomes, including such “dwarfs” as Candidatus Tremblaya princeps and Candidatus Hodgkinia cicadicola ( Mbp each), and Candidatus Carsonella ruddii ( Mbp).Cited by: 7.
The Entomoplasmataceae is a family within the class Mollicutes and the order Entomoplasmatales with two genera, Entomoplasma and Mesoplasma. Originally, many of the strains now within the.
The epidemiological and immunological characteristics of allergic diseases in different ecological zones of Moldova and the criteria for monitoring the health of population. Mycoplasmataceae is a heterogeneous group of small bacteria lacking a cell wall and inhabiting a wide range of hosts as part of a parasitic lifestyle.
Although Mycoplasmataceae includes many pathogens, they seem to be a commensal part of the intestinal microbiota of salmon (Llewellyn et al., ).Author: Ása Jacobsen, Svein-Ole Mikalsen, Hóraldur Joensen, Jonhard Eysturskarð.
Two general textbooks have now appeared in response to the growing interest in the mycoplasmas and the beginning of a new scientific discipline, that of mycoplasmology. The first was the comprehensive book edited by HAYFLICK and published in [Abstr. Hyg.,v. 45, abstr. This book is more limited in scope, as suggested by the title, and covers particularly the pathogenic Cited by: The Belfast Steamship Company provided shipping services between Belfast in Ireland (later Northern Ireland) and Liverpool in England from to History.
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Two groups, one from the United States, the other from Moscow, recently published in book-form their work on mycoplasma and L-forms.
Panos, Crawford, Smith and Lynn chose as a heading A microbial enigma; Timakof and Kagan from the Gamaley Institute in Moscow simply called theirs The family of Mycoplasmataceae and L-forms of bacteria.
As can be expected, the two books tackle the problem. The nasal cavity bacterial communities were dominated by Actinobacteria, Firmicutes, and Proteobacteria and were statistically distinct from those on the tongue and buccal mucosa.
For example, the same Staphylococcaceae operational taxonomic unit (OTU) was present in all of the nasal cavity samples, comprising up to 55% of the community, but Cited by: Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae is a species of bacteria known to cause the disease porcine enzootic pneumonia, a highly contagious and chronic disease affecting pigs.
As with other mollicutes, M. hyopneumoniae is small in size (– nm), has a small genome (– kilo-base pairs (kb)) and lacks a cell wall.
It is difficult to grow in laboratories due to its complex nutritional requirements Class: Mollicutes. Introduction. Aberrant gastrointestinal colonization has been associated with an increased risk for postnatal sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in the preterm infant [1–5].Treatment with beneficial bacteria decreases the risk of NEC and mortality in preterm newborns [6–8].On the contrary, prolonged use of antibiotics in preterm infants is associated with increased risk for NEC Cited by: 6.
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