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Isolation of urease-producing bacteria and removal effect on the Cd and Pb in filtrate

In Cd and Pb-contaminated farmland, we used urea agar plates to screen and isolate urease-producing bacteria from the soil of agricultural crops in Cd- and Pb-contaminated farmland, and investigated its growth characteristics, as well as the effect on Cd and Pb. After 14 days, it was discovered that urine-producing bacteria had a certain removal effect on Cd and Pb, and that removal was 59% and 84 percent respectively, indicating that the urease-producing bacteria had better removal capacity on Pb and Pb.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.56028/aetr.1.1.225


Drug Resistance and the Prevention Strategies in Food Borne Bacteria: An Update Review

Antibiotic therapy is one of the most widely used anti-inflammatory drugs, and has dramatically increased the effects on public health. Nowadays, widespread use of antibiotic-resistant pathogens has resulted in the emergence and enhancement of drug-resistant pathogens, which may include hospitalization, increased mortality, reduced infection control effectiveness, and the dissemination of resistant pathogens from hospital to community.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.15171/apb.2019.041


Efficient compartmentalization in insect bacteriomes protects symbiotic bacteria from host immune system

Endosymbiont seclusion within host specialized cells, often identified as bacteriocytes, is vital in shielding them from host immune defenses while also avoiding chronic host immune activation. Previous research in the cereal weevil Sitophilus oryzae has shown that bacteriome immunity is stimulated against invading pathogens, indicating that endosymbionts can be targeted and affected by immune effectors during an immune challenge. Conclusions This research reveals that endosymbiont protection against an immune challenge is primarily achieved by effective confinement within bacteriomes, which provides physical separation between host systemic reaction and endosymbionts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40168-022-01334-8


Oral cleaning habits and the copy number of periodontal bacteria in pregnant women and its correlation with birth outcomes: an epidemiological study in Mibilizi, Rwanda

The purpose of this report was to assess whether periodontal bacteria in pregnant women's oral cavity are related to birth outcomes or oral cleaning habits. During pregnancy, the sex ratio was among women with high copy counts of Porphyromonas gingivalis and T. denticola during pregnancy. Similarly, the more frequently teeth were brushed, the lower the percentage of P. gingivalis and T. forsythia were found, which was related to the relationship between oral hygiene habits and the amount of bacteria; the more often the teeth were brushed, the lower the risk of P. gingivalis; the more often the teeth were cleaned, the lower the incidence of P. gingivalis and T. forsythia; the more often the tooth was cleared, the lower the lower the lower the greater Conclusions This report revealed that changing tooth brushing habits may reduce the risk of periodontal disease among pregnant women in rural Rwanda.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12903-022-02443-4


Bacteria- and temperature-regulated peptides modulate beta-catenin signaling in Hydra

Abstract Animal evolution has traditionally been thought of as a self-driving process controlled by the host genome. Here, we investigated the effects of bacterial colonizers and temperature on the pattern formation process. The head organizer's characteristic of the body column were obtained by treatment with asterpaullone. Intriguingly, germ-free Hydra polyps are significantly more sensitive to ALP than to control polyps. Eco peptides were involved in pattern formation control and play an antagonistic role in Hydra wnt signaling.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1101/747303


Role of Heavy Metal Resistant Bacteria for Bioremediation of Polluted Environment

Eight chromium resistant bacterial strains, AsK03, AsK06, AsK07, AsK08, CrK09, CrK18, CrK19, CrK20, and CrK21 were isolated and selected from many contaminated soil and water samples obtained from various contaminated soil and water samples obtained from tanneries located in Kasur, respectively. Na2HAsO4 concentrations in AsK03, AsK06, and AsK09 were the highest MTC ever recorded for arsenic resistance strains, with AsK09 and AsK09 achieving 100 mg ml-1, AsK13, AsK09, AsK06, and AsK15 displaying 75 mg ml-1; AsK05, AsK07 and AsK08 had 45 mg ml-1; and AsK08 had 45 mg ml-1 para MTC of CrK16 and CrK19 were the highest, MTC of CrK16 and CrK20 were 50 mg ml-1, CrK08 and CrK19 were 50 mg ml-1, CrK12 and CrK20 were 25 mg ml-1, CrK16 and CrK20 were 50 mg ml-1, CrK04 and CrK19 were the highest, MTC of 7. 5 mg ml-1, CrK14 and CrK19 were 50 mg ml-1.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.52700/jmmg.v1i2.15


Food-Borne Bacteria Associated with Contaminated Fishes: A Brief Review

Fish is a form of high protein, accounting for approximately 16% of animal protein intake by the world's population. The majority of fish species live in water, some burry themselves in mud, and carry bacteria from gut to skin. Fish are susceptible to the water source's condition. The ingestion of contaminated fish and its products in foodborne infections are common, prompting the outbreak of fish pathogens. Many people become sick by drinking water and coming into other aspects of the fish living environment.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.52700/jmmg.v2i1.18


Spatio-temporal Variations in Bacterial Abundance with an Emphasis on Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Vibrio spp. in and around Visakhapatnam Port, East Coast of India

The effect of seasons and environmental conditions on total bacterial count, detection of fecal indicators, and Vibrio spp. Fecal indicators were one order higher in sub-surface water when compared to sediment, indicating their inoculation was due to turbulent weather in south-west monsoon. A step ahead is the abundance of V. cholerae in the United States was influenced by salinity, temperature, and SPM, and was positively connected to plankton; relating their distribution to disease dynamics and ecosystem functioning is a step forward.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.29037/ajstd.619


Isolation and Characterization of Potential Lactic Acid Producing Bacteria from Fermented Fruit Juice

However, when different types of antibiotics are used, the drug resistance of drug-resistant bacteria rises. Among them, three bacterial isolates on Glucose Yeast Extract media supplemented with calcium carbonate produced acid and clear zones around the colonies on Glucose Yeast Extract media supplemented with calcium carbonate. The indigenous lactic acid-producing bacteria S1 was identified as Lactobacillus plantarum and both isolates as Leuconostoc mesenteroides, according to rRNA sequencing. P. aeruginosa, P. aeruginosa, and E. coli were among the pathogens identified in L. plantarum. These lactic acid-producing bacteria isolated from various fermented fruit juices in Myanmar, therefore, show promise for growth as probiotics.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.29037/ajstd.759


The Function of Mixed Postbiotic PE0401 in Improving Intestinal Health via Elevating Anti-inflammation, Anti-oxidation, Epithelial Tight Junction Gene Expression and Promoting Beneficial Bacteria Growth

The dysbiosis of intestinal microbiota may cause irregular digestive function and intestinal wall inflammation, according to intestinal wall inflammation. Single-strain biobiotics have a positive effect on host's health, but multi-strain postbiotics' functions are uncertain. In peripheral blood mononuclear cells, various probiotics and postbiotics were first tested for anti-inflammatory function by inducing the transforming growth factor beta and interleukin-10. Bifidobacterium longum subsp. In then, we investigated the synergistic effects of 4Mix postbiotics, which were metabolites created from Lactobacillus salivarius AP-32, Lactobacillus acidophilus TYCA06, Lactobacillus plantarum LPL28, Bifidobacterium longum subsp. The results revealed that anti-inflammatory activity of 4Mix postbiotics PE0401 was higher than other mixed postbiotic combinations. By PE0401. The epithelial tight junction proteins that were present in mRNA levels were highly modulated, with PE0401. In addition, PE0401 selectively promoted the proliferation of intestinal bacterial strains, including Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium strains, and other beneficial bacteria. PE0401 may be used as a health-functional food component.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22207/jpam.16.3.19

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