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  • Bulgin, R; Crepin, Vf; Cerdeno-Tarraga, Ana; Schroeder, Gn; Quail, M; Lennard, N; Corton, C; Barron, A; Clark, L; Toribio, Al; Parkhill, J; Dougan, G; Frankel, G; Thomson, N; Petty, Nico (Amer Soc Microbiology, 2010)
    Citrobacter rodentium (formally Citrobacter freundii biotype 4280) is a highly infectious pathogen that causes colitis and transmissible colonic hyperplasia in mice. In common with enteropathogenic and enterohemorrhagic ...
  • Feltwell, T; Pickard, D; Clare, S; Toribio, Al; Fookes, M; Roberts, K; Monson, R; Nair, S; Kingsley, Ra; Bulgin, R; Wiles, S; Goulding, D; Keane, T; Corton, C; Lennard, N; Harris, D; Willey, D; Rance, R; Yu, L; Choudhary, Js; Churcher, C; Quail, M; Parkhill, J; Frankel, G; Dougan, G; Salmond, G; Thomson, N; Petty, Nico (Public Library Science, 2011)
    Citrobacter rodentium is a natural mouse pathogen that causes attaching and effacing (A/E) lesions. It shares a common virulence strategy with the clinically significant human A/E pathogens enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC) ...
  • Crossman, Lc; Chaudhuri, Rr; Beatson, S.; Wells, Tj; Desvaux, M; Cunningham, A; Mahon, V; Brinkley, C; Hobman, Jl; Savarino, Sj; Turner, Sm; Pallen, Mj; Penn, Cw; Parkhill, J; Turner, Aki; Johnson, Tj; Thomson, N; Smith, Sgj; Henderson, Ir; Petty, Nico (Amer Soc Microbiology, 2010)
    In most cases, Escherichia coli exists as a harmless commensal organism, but it may on occasion cause intestinal and/or extraintestinal disease. Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) is the predominant cause of E. coli-mediated ...
  • Fookes, M; Schroeder, Gn; Langridge, Gc; Blondel, Cj; Mammina, C; Connor, Tr; Seth-Smith, H; Vernikos, Gs; Sanders, M; Kingsley, Ra; Baumler, Aj; Nuccio, Sp; Contreras, I; Santiviago, Ca; Maskell, D; Barrow, P; Humphrey, T; Robinson, K; Nastasi, A; Roberts, Ms; Frankel, G; Parkhill, J; Dougan, G; Thomson, N; Petty, Nico (Public Library Science, 2011)
    The genus Salmonella contains two species, S. bongori and S. enterica. Compared to the well-studied S. enterica there is a marked lack of information regarding the genetic makeup and diversity of S. bongori. S. bongori has ...