Declines in Foodborne Illness Have Plateaued, Report Says
...ness from 10 states, indicate that diagnosed and reported illnesses from an array of bacteria -- campylobacter, cryptosporidium, cyclospora, listeria, shiga
toxin-producing escherichia coli (STEC) O157, salmonella, shigella, vibrio and yersinia -- have basically stayed the same since 2004.
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...n for testing, and many labs do not
test for STEC. The bacteria that make these toxins are called 'Shiga toxin
producing' E. coli, or STEC for short." shiga
toxin is one of the most
potent toxins known to man, so much so that the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) lists it as a potential biot...
Pieces coming together in Parkinson's, cholesterol puzzle
...nstitute, the Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Health Care System and the University of Hawaii; Dr. Robert D. Abbott of the University of Virginia and shiga
University in Japan; and Dr. Richard B. Mailman, a professor of psychiatry and pharmacology at the UNC School of Medicine.
Low levels of LDL choles...
New Antidotes may Harbour Treatments for Deadliest Poisons
...ne in St. Louis, Missouri, have found two antidotes which, if found safe , may lead to treatments for deadliest poisons like Ricin, cholera toxin, and shiga
Produced by the deadly strains of E. coli bacteria, these toxins travel backwards through a cell's protein-making pathway, passing thr...
Minirobot for Medical Procedures Inside Human Body
...n be inserted through an incision and used to perform medical procedures// deep inside the body.
Researchers from Ritsumeikan University and the shiga
University of Medical Science have developed a prototype that is controlled remotely once placed inside the body. The beetle-shaped robot, weighs five...
Effectiveness of Potential Bird flu Vaccine to be Tested on Monkeys
...ys, by researchers at two universities.//
According to researchers from shiga
University of Medical Science and Hokkaido University, the results are expe...ave the way for a human vaccine.
Kazumasa Ogasawara, a professor at the shiga
school who is in charge of the project said, "The highly virulent H5N1 stra...
Shiga in Medical Products
ProSpecT Shiga Toxin E. coli (STEC) Microplate Assay
Description: A direct qualitative enzyme immunoassay for detection of E.coli Shiga
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ImmunoCard STAT!® EHEC Rapid Test
Description:... The new ImmunoCard STAT! EHEC is the first one-step 20 minutes rapid test for the detection of shiga
Toxin 1 and 2 produced by Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli in human specimens.
The test is performed on McConkey broth overnight enrichment of fec...
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Meridian ImmunoCard STAT! E. coli 0157 Plus Test Kit
Description:... Direct antigen rapid immunoassay for the detection of shiga
toxin-producing E. coli 0157, which aids in the diagnosis of E. coli 0157:H7 infection...
Shiga in Medical Dictionary
... Colitis is a chronic digestive disease characterized by inflammation of the colon. ... Enterohemorrhagic colitis may be caused by shiga
toxin in Shigella dysenteriae ... Outlines the symptoms, diagnostic procedures, and risks and benefits of several drugs and kinds of surgery t...
Shiga in Biological News
Humans not the major target of Shiga toxin
Washington, D.C. -- If youve survived Shiga
toxin and the after-effects of food poisoning, you may have been the innocent victim of a battle for survival between predator and prey.
Bacteria that carry a virus (a bacteriophage) that packs the Shiga
toxin gene (Stx) may depend on it for prote...
Study on toxin that tainted spinach reveals treatment possibility
...humans who fall victim to it.
The toxin, known as shiga
toxin, is the same one found last year in bagged s...esses involving hundreds more.
The UB research on shiga
Toxin Toxicity and Resistance in Tetrahymena, pres...kind of infection youre dealing with.
Toxins like shiga
piggyback onto bacterial viruses, using them to be...
American Chemical Society's Weekly Presspac -- Aug. 29, 2007
...er toxic or therapeutic agents into cells, the researchers said.
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Malfunctioning bone marrow cells sabotage nerve cells in diabetes
...aylor College of Medicine in Houston.
The report from researchers at BCM, shiga
University of Medical Science in Japan, and the University of Chicago appea...Drs. Tomoya Terashima and Hideto Kojima from BCM and Dr. Mineko Fujimiya of shiga
University of Medical Science in Shiga, Japan, in collaboration with Chan, ...
Shiga in Biological Technology
Shiga in Biological Definition
...ion, they multiply intracellularly, and spread to contiguous epitheleal cells resulting in tissue destruction. Some strains produce enterotoxin and shiga
toxin (very much like the verotoxin of E. coli O157:H7 ).
Shiga in Biological Dictionary
...but not in other... General information about the bacterium including infection, transmission, immunity and vaccines, incidences, pathogenesis, and shiga
toxin produced by the bacterium. General information about the infectious disease caused by a group of bacteria, how it is spread, and how it can b...
...ike elements in bifidobacteria: insights from genomics, transcription, ... Complete nucleotide sequence of the prophage VT1-Sakai carrying the shiga
toxin ... Prophage Finder initially uses BLASTX to compare input DNA sequences to a ... This Perl program predicts prophage by clustering BLAST...