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Trends of the Major Porin Gene (ompF) Evolution: Insight from the Genus Yersinia
The analysis shows that the ompF gene of Yersinia has evolved with nonrandom mutational rate under purifying selection, however, several surface loops in the OmpF porin contain positively selected sites, which very likely reflect adaptive diversification Yerinia to their ecological niches.
Yersinia enterocolitica Provides the Link between Thyroid-Stimulating Antibodies and Their Germline Counterparts in Graves’ Disease
The data provide a mechanistic framework for molecular mimicry in Graves’ disease, where early precursor B cells are expanded by Y. enterocolitica porins to undergo somatic hypermutation to acquire a cross-reactive pathogenic response to TSHR.
Permanent culture and parasitic impact of the microalga Coccomyxa parasitica, isolated from horse mussel Modiolus kurilensis.
Detection and Genotyping of Helicobacter pylori Gene vacA in Children with Gastroduodenal Diseases and in Adults with Gastric Cancer in Vladivostok
- A. Stenkova, U. V. Lyalikova, M. Isaeva
- Medicine, BiologyBulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine
- 17 May 2013
It is suggested that this genotype, s1m1, is a marker of complicated course of gastroduodenitis and a factor of gastric cancer development in local population.
Carrageenanolytic enzymes from marine bacteria associated with the red alga Tichocarpus crinitus
- A. Kalitnik, O. Nedashkovskaya, A. Stenkova, I. Yermak, A. D. Kukhlevskiy
- BiologyJournal of Applied Phycology
- 1 June 2018
One hundred six bacterial strains were isolated from the Pacific red alga Tichocarpus crinitus, collected from the Troitsa Bay of Gulf of Peter the Great, and studied on their ability to degrade different samples of carrageenan as substrates to find strains with the highest enzyme activity.
Comparative Genomics and CAZyme Genome Repertoires of Marine Zobellia amurskyensis KMM 3526T and Zobellia laminariae KMM 3676T
- N. Chernysheva, E. Bystritskaya, A. Stenkova, I. Golovkin, O. Nedashkovskaya, M. Isaeva
- BiologyMarine drugs
- 24 November 2019
A closer inspection of the carbohydrate-active enzyme (CAZyme) genomic repertoires revealed members of new putative subfamilies of GH16 and GH117, which can be biotechnologically promising for production of oligosaccharides and rare monomers with different bioactivities.
Development of a multiplex PCR procedure for detection of Yersinia genus with identification of pathogenic species (Y. pestis, Y. pseudotuberculosis, and Y. enterocolitica)
- A. Stenkova, M. Isaeva, V. A. Rasskazov
- BiologyMolecular Genetics, Microbiology and Virology
- 30 September 2008
The multiplex PCR provides an improved rapid technique for detecting the Yersinia genus and identifying pathogenic species and detection efficiency of genus-and species-specific primers was determined.
Adaptive responses of outer membrane porin balance of Yersinia ruckeri under different incubation temperature, osmolarity, and oxygen availability
Using qRT‐PCR and SDS‐PAGE methods it is found that major porins are tightly controlled by temperature, and changes in porin regulation can be adapted in Y. ruckeri in a species‐specific manner determined by its aquatic habitats.
A Novel OmpY Porin From Yersinia Pseudotuberculosis: Structure, Channel-Forming Activity and Trimer Thermal Stability
- T. Solov’eva, G. Likhatskaya, M. Isaeva
- BiologyJournal of biomolecular structure & dynamics
- 1 February 2011
Both phylogenetic analysis and genomic localization clearly support that the Omp Y porin belongs to a new group of general bacterial porins, which are based on the Yersinia pseudotuberculosis genome analysis.
[Development of a multiplex PCR for detection of the Yersinia genus with identification of pathogenic species (Y. pestis, Y. pseudotuberculosis, Y. enterocolitica)].
The multiplex PCR provides an improved and rapid method for detection of the Yersinia genus and identification of pathogenic species.