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The Escherichia coli human fecal isolates F-18 and K-12 are excellent colonizers of the streptomycin-treated mouse intestine. E. coli F-18 and E. coli K-12 eda mutants (unable to utilize glucuronate, galacturonate, and gluconate) were constructed by insertional mutagenesis. Neither the E. coli F-18 eda nor the E. coli K-12 eda mutant was able to colonize(More)
Escherichia coli F-18 is a human fecal isolate that makes type 1 fimbriae, encoded by the fim gene cluster, and is an excellent colonizer of the streptomycin-treated mouse intestine. E. coli F-18 fimA::tet, lacking type 1 fimbriae, was constructed by bacteriophage P1 transduction of the fim region of the E. coli K-12 strain ORN151, containing the(More)
Advanced prostate cancer is not curable by current treatment strategies indicating a significant need for new chemotherapeutic options. Highly substituted ansa-titanocene compounds have shown promising cytotoxic activity in a range of cancers. The objectives of this study are to examine the effects of these titanocene compounds on prostate cancer cells.(More)
BACKGROUND The majority of deleterious health consequences of coeliac disease (CD) are most likely to be secondary to intestinal inflammation; hence, mucosal recovery is a desirable goal of therapy. Follow-up in CD is controversial and serological response is often used as a surrogate for histological recovery. AIMS To inform the clinical management of CD(More)
syNthetic caNNabiNoids iN demeNtia with agitatioN: case studies aNd literature review abstract Objective: the management of agitation in dementia is a growing problem and conventional modes of intervention have limited efficacy. Synthetic Cannabinoids have been studied in other conditions like pain and multiple sclerosis. there is limited data available on(More)
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