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The bacterial pathogen Burkholderia pseudomallei invades host cells, escapes from endocytic vesicles, multiplies intracellularly, and induces the formation of actin tails and membrane protrusions, leading to direct cell-to-cell spreading. This study was aimed at the identification of B. pseudomallei genes responsible for the different steps of this(More)
The mouse pathobiont Helicobacter hepaticus can induce typhlocolitis in interleukin-10-deficient mice, and H. hepaticus infection of immunodeficient mice is widely used as a model to study the role of pathogens and commensal bacteria in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease. C57BL/6J Il10(-/-) mice kept under specific pathogen-free conditions in(More)
The enterohepatic Epsilonproteobacterium Helicobacter hepaticus persistently colonizes the intestine of mice and causes chronic inflammatory symptoms in susceptible mouse strains. The bacterial factors causing intestinal inflammation are poorly characterized. A large genomic pathogenicity island, HHGI1, which encodes components of a type VI secretion system(More)
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The enterohepatic Helicobacter species Helicobacter hepaticus colonizes the murine intestinal and hepatobiliary tract and is associated with chronic intestinal inflammation, gall stone formation, hepatitis, and hepatocellular carcinoma. Thus far, the role of H. hepaticus motility and flagella in intestinal colonization is unknown. In other, closely related(More)
The different participation of the gastrointestinal microflora in the biotransformation of gamma-hexachlorcyclohexane (gamma-HCH), azobenzene and the isolated glucosinolate progoitrin was studied. Marked dehydrochlorination of gamma-HCH to gamma-pentachlorcyclohexene (PCCH) also occurs without participation of the microflora. Azobenzene was reduced in(More)
Female lactose adapted rats were kept for 10 days on human milk (HM), a milk diet adapted to human milk (MD1), and a milk diet rich in protein and phosphate (MD2), the lactose supply being always the same. In the caecum, colon and faeces, the pH value, the phosphorus content, the buffer capacity and the numbers of microorganisms with proteolytic activity(More)
Gnotobiotic rats fed steam-sterilized high lactose diet during 38 weeks showed a more delayed body weight gain and higher pathological changes in liver, kidneys, adrenal glands, and ovaries than conventional rats under the same conditions. Maillard-products formed by heating of a mixture of carbohydrates and proteins would be deaminated partially by(More)