Hermann Schreiner

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Yersinia enterocolitica is a major foodborne pathogen and the third most important bacteriological cause of diarrhea in Germany. However, studies investigating the occurrence of human pathogenic Y. enterocolitica in food at the retail level are very rare. Most of the studies published so far show qualitative but not quantitative data concerning the(More)
The site of crossover between the delta- and beta-globin gene sequences resulting in Lepore Boston globin gene formation has been localized at the DNA Level. Probes specific for detecting the intervening sequences (IVS) of the delta- and beta-globin genes were used to map the origin of cellular DNA fragments of a patient homozygous for hemoglobin Lepore(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Human beta-defensins have been identified in the oral cavity and are predicted to play a role in the defense against pathogenic bacteria. Homologous rat beta-defensins (RBDs) have been identified, but their expression in the oral cavity has not been examined. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the expression of(More)
We analyzed the prevalence of thermotolerant Campylobacter spp. compared that of to Salmonella spp. in raw yolk and on eggshells. A total of 2,710 eggs were investigated for each bacterium. Viable bacteria were found in 4.1% (Campylobacter spp.) and 1.1% (Salmonella spp.) of the eggshell samples, whereas the egg yolk samples were negative for both bacteria.
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We have isolated and characterized a clone of human DNA from a patient with beta+ thalassemia containing the entire delta and beta structural genes and their flanking sequences. Partial Eco RI digestion of spleen DNA was used to obtain 15 to 20 kilobase (kb) pieces of human DNA that were then ligated to charon 4A lambda phage DNA. The 8 x 10(5) recombinants(More)