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Assembly of human contact phase proteins and release of bradykinin at the surface of curli-expressing Escherichia coli

Assembly of human contact phase proteins and release of bradykinin at the surface of curli-expressing Escherichia coli,10.1111/j.1365-2958.1996.tb0253

Assembly of human contact phase proteins and release of bradykinin at the surface of curli-expressing Escherichia coli   (Citations: 30)
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Journal: Molecular Microbiology - MOL MICROBIOL , vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 927-935, 1996
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      Previous studies have shown that several bacterial species, such as Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Salmonella, and group A streptococci, can assemble components of the contact system at their surface, resulting in bradykinin release (...

    Adam Linderet al. Erysipelas Caused by Group A Streptococcus Activates the Contact Syste...

    • ...by on January 29, 2010 iai.asm.org Downloaded from and presumably the rdar morphotype, during pathogenesis (reviewed in reference 3). Tafi have been shown to bind human extracellular matrix proteins (2, 10, 33), contact-phase proteins (4, 20, 34), plasminogen (49), and major histocompatibility complex class I (35) and appear to be recognized by Toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2) (53)...

    A. P. Whiteet al. Aggregation via the Red, Dry, and Rough Morphotype Is Not a Virulence ...

    • ...Indeed, temperature-dependent regulation does not take place in several Salmonella and pathogenic Escherichia coli strains, in which curli are also expressed at 37°C and represent an important virulence factor (5, 6, 48)...

    Luciana Gualdiet al. Biofilm Formation-Gene Expression Relay System in Escherichia coli: Mo...

    • ...More recently, curli have been found to play a role in human sepsis (Nasr et al., 1996; Bian et al., 2000)...
    • ...Curli have been reported to enhance bacterial virulence, not only through enhanced adhesion, but also through the stimulation of inflammatory mediators, cytokines, and septic-related clinical signs (Nasr et al., 1996;Bianetal.,2000).Ourstudydidnotexaminecows for evidence of expression of curli outside the mammary gland, such as for presence of antibodies to the curlin subunit, CsgA...

    J. G. Dyeret al. Curli Production and Genetic Relationships Among Escherichia coli from...

    • ...However, curli are an important virulence factor in some Salmonella and pathogenic Escherichia coli strains, in which temperature-dependent regulation can be bypassed and curli expression can also take place at 37°C (3, 4, 37, 38)...
    • ...The AdrA protein can catalyze the synthesis of bis-(3,5)-cyclic diguanylic acid (cyclic di-GMP), which in turn stimulates the enzymes responsible for cellulose production (48)...

    Eva Brombacheret al. Gene Expression Regulation by the Curli Activator CsgD Protein: Modula...

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