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Comparison of tau-fluvalinate, acrinathrin, and amitraz effects on susceptible and resistant populations of Varroa destructor in a vial test
- M. Kamler, M. Nesvorna, J. Stará, T. Erban, J. Hubert
- BiologyExperimental and Applied Acarology
- 24 February 2016
Results indicate that polyproplyne vial tests can be used to determine discriminating concentrations for the early detection of acaricide resistant Varroa and multiple-resistance in Kyvalka may indicate metabolic resistance.
Determination of pH in Regions of the Midguts of Acaridid Mites
The results characterizing in vivo conditions in the mite gut offer useful information to study the activity of mite digestive enzymes including their inhibitors and gut microflora.
Comparison of Microbiomes between Red Poultry Mite Populations (Dermanyssus gallinae): Predominance of Bartonella-like Bacteria
The presence of identified putative pathogenic bacteria is relevant with respect to human and animal health issues while the identification of symbiontic bacteria can lead to new control methods targeting them to destabilize the arthropod host.
Digestive function of lysozyme in synanthropic acaridid mites enables utilization of bacteria as a food source
Findings indicate that ly sozyme in acaridid mites possesses both defensive and digestive functions, and the enzymatic properties of mite lysozyme are similar to those of the lysozymes present in the ruminant stomach and in the insect midgut.
In-depth proteomic analysis of Varroa destructor: Detection of DWV-complex, ABPV, VdMLV and honeybee proteins in the mite
The absence/scarce detection of non-structural proteins compared with high-abundance structural proteins suggest that the viruses did not replicate in the mite; hence, virions accumulate in the Varroa gut via hemolymph feeding.
Honeybee (Apis mellifera)-associated bacterial community affected by American foulbrood: detection of Paenibacillus larvae via microbiome analysis
No correlation was observed between AFB status and varroosis level, but AFB influenced the worker bee bacterial community, primarily the pathogenic/environmental bacteria.
Two-dimensional gel proteome analysis of honeybee, Apis mellifera, worker red-eye pupa hemolymph
The aim of the current study was to create a proteomic reference map of the worker red-eye pupa hemolymph, and identified 129 different proteins organized into orthologous groups that are useful as markers for future comparative physiological and developmental studies.
Two-dimensional proteomic analysis of honeybee, Apis mellifera, winter worker hemolymph
Honeybee worker hemolymph collected from the dorsal vessel of winter honeybees using a glass capillary tube was analyzed using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis followed by MALDI TOF/TOF protein identification and many identified proteins corresponded well with extended lifespan.
The toxic effect of chitosan/metal-impregnated textile to synanthropic mites.
- J. Ráheľ, Eva Jonášová, M. Nesvorna, R. Klubal, T. Erban, J. Hubert
- Chemistry, MedicinePest management science
- 1 June 2013
The results support a great potential of chitosan/Ag(+) fibres in acaricidal materials and/or mite protective food packages.
The Unique Protein Composition of Honey Revealed by Comprehensive Proteomic Analysis: Allergens, Venom-like Proteins, Antibacterial Properties, Royal Jelly Proteins, Serine Proteases, and Their…
- T. Erban, Elena Shcherbachenko, P. Talacko, K. Harant
- Medicine, ChemistryJournal of natural products
- 17 April 2019
Overall, the proteome analysis indicated that honeybees supply proteins to honey in a relatively stable ratio within each proteome, but total protein quantity can differ by approximately an order of magnitude in different honeys.