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Mutation in the pssZ Gene Negatively Impacts Exopolysaccharide Synthesis, Surface Properties, and Symbiosis of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. trifolii with Clover

Bv. Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. Trifolii is a soil bacterium that can establish a nitrogen-fixing symbiosis with clover plants. We review R. leguminosarum bv in this article. A Tn5 transposon gene mutation is present in the PssZ gene from the Pss-I strain Rt297, which is associated with the PssZ gene. This gene codes for a protein that has a high similarity with bacterial serine/threonine protein phosphatases. We established that the pssZ mutation in rhizobial cells leads to pleiotropic effects. These results show that the protein encoded by the pssZ gene is crucial for EPS production but also necessary for proper functioning of R. leguminosarum bv.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/genes9070369


D-beta-hydroxybutyrate exhibits protective effects against microglia activation in lipopolysaccharide-treated mice and BV-2 cells

In lipopolysaccharide-treated mice and BV-2 cells, the protective effects of D-beta-hydroxybutyrate against microglia activation were investigated. In addition, the effects of BHB on the proliferation of IL-6, TNF-u03b1, BDNF, TGF-u03b1, and TGF-u03b2 were found in LPS-stimulated BV-2 cells. With attenuation of cell morphological changes in the hippocampus, BHB treatments attenuated behavioral abnormality of LPS-treated mice and reduced the number of IBA-1-positive cells in the hippocampus, decreasing the number of IBA-1-positive cells. BHB has protective BHB antibodies against microglia activation in LPS-treated mice and BV-2 cells, antagonizing neuro-inflammation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1879713/v1


BV associated bacteria specifically BVAB 1 and BVAB 3 as biomarkers for HPV risk and progression of cervical neoplasia

Bacterial vaginosis is a disease associated with high-risk HPV genotypes. This research looked at the connection between BV-associated bacteria in women co-infected with Human immunodeficiency virus and hrHPV. In R Statistical computing software of the R Core Team, 2020, version 6. 3, analyses of BV bacteria detected against HPV infection, sociodemographics, and HIV data were conducted. Increasing CIN severity was not independently linked to the finding of BVAB 1 OR 1. 51, BVAB 3 OR 2. 72, and S. sanguinegens OR 1. 02. HPV genotypes/groups, gravida 2, A. vaginae, and BVAB 1 were all significantly associated with HPV persistence. There have been an increased risk of raising CIN severity in BVAB 1, BVAB 3 and S. sanguinegens. A vaginae, BVAB 1, gravida, and all of the HPV genotypes/groups were strongly associated with HPV persistence, according to HPV's. Both BVAB 1 and BVAB 3 are potential biomarkers for HPV infection and CIN progression.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/9562937


Convergence of a Godunov scheme for degenerate conservation laws with BV spatial flux and a study of Panov-type fluxes

We show the convergence of the Godunov-type proposal for a scalar conservation law in one space dimension with possibly infinitely many spatial discontinuities, which may have accumulation points. Numer said in contrast to the study published in Ghoshal, Jana and Towers, [Convergence of a Godunov scheme to an Audusse-u2013Perthame adapted entropy law for conservation statutes with BV spatial uncertainty], Numer. We do not restrict the flow to be unimodal and allow for the situation where the flux has degeneracies due to which the corresponding singular map is not invertible, and thus, the so-called singular mapping method is not appropriate.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1142/s0219891622500102


Hispolon Suppresses LPS- or LTA-Induced iNOS/NO Production and Apoptosis in BV-2 Microglial Cells

Hispolon is an active polyphenol compound derived from Phellinus linteus, and HIS successfully blocked macrophage expressions in macrophages, according to our previous research [Yang, L. Y. , S. C. Shen, K. T. ] Chien and Y. C. In this study, HIS concentration- and time-dependently inhibited lipopolysaccharide - and lipoteichoic acid-induced inducible nitric oxide synthase / NO production in BV-2 microglial cells, which was demonstrated by increased heme oxygenase -1 proteins. According to HIS, BV-2 cells were shielded from LPS- or LTA-induced apoptosis, characterized by reduced DNA ladder assembly, and caspase-3 and polymerase protein cleavage in BV-2 cells. In the inflammatory apoptosis of microglial cells, NOS inhibitor, N-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester, inhibited LPS- or LTA-induced apoptosis of BV-2 cells, but no NAME nor HIS indicated inhibition of NO production or cell death, as shown by the presence of NO in the inflammatory apoptosis of microglial cells. In addition, HIS has the ability to promote HO-1 protein expression in BV-2 cells via activation of extracellular signal-regulated kinase, and the use of the HO inhibitor, tin protoporphyrin, or a small interfering RNA also contributed to HIS inhibition of NO production and cell death in BV-2 cells stimulated by LPS. HIS demonstrated the most potent inhibitory action in BV-2 microglial cells activated by LPS increased HO-1 protein expression in BV-2 microglial cells stimulated by increased HO-1 protein expression in BV-2 microglial cells activated by increased HO-1 protein expression, JNK activation, and apoptosis. The recommendation of hydroxyl at position C3 in HIS' anti-inflammatory activity against activated BV-2 microglial cells was suggested.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1142/s0192415x17500896


Enhancing systemic resistance in faba bean (Vicia faba L.) to Bean yellow mosaic virus via soil application and foliar spray of nitrogen-fixing Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae strain 33504-Alex1

Rhizobium spp. To cause faba bean plants' resistance against Bean yellow mosaic virus infection, asolinobacter strain 33504-Alex1, isolated from the root nodules of faba bean plants, was tested as a soil inoculum or foliar application. Compared to non-treated faba bean plants, the applications of 33504-Alex1 in either soil or foliar application significantly improved growth and increased total chlorophyll content, resulting in a substantial decrease in disease incidence and severity, as well as the BYMV inhibition index in the treated faba bean plants. BYMV treatment was completely stopped after 19 polyphenolic compounds were found in faba bean leaves by high-performance liquid chromatography analysis, gallic and vanillic acids. Plant development and systemic resistance to BYMV infection can be promoted by the introduction of 33504-Alex1 as a fertilizer and biocontrol agent, as well as environmental and environmental safety in agriculture production.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2022.933498


Naegleria fowleri Cathepsin B Induces a Pro-Inflammatory Immune Response in BV-2 Microglial Cells via NF-κB and AP-1 Dependent-MAPK Signaling Pathway

Naegleria fowleri, a common protozoa parasite that can cause primary amoebic meningoencephalitis, a fatal brain disease in humans, is a common protozoa parasite. Cathepsin Bs of N. fowleri are multifamily enzymes. The immune response of BV-2 microglial cells stimulated by NfCB was investigated in this study. The rNfCB-induced production of pro-inflammatory cytokines in BV-2 microglial cells was stifled by limiting NF-kB and AP-1. rNfCB's phosphorylation and nuclear translocation of p65 in cells were also enhanced by rNfCB. These results reveal that NfCB can stimulate a pro-inflammatory immune response in BV-2 microglial cells via the NF-u03baB- and AP-1-dependent MAPK signaling pathways. Such a NfCB-infected pro-inflammatory immune response in BV-2 microglial cells may contribute to the pathogenesis of PAM caused by amoeba by exacerbating deleterious immune responses and tissue damage in N. fowleri-infected foci of the brain.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms23158388


Countertransference feelings and personality disorders: A psychometric evaluation of a brief version of the Feeling Word Checklist (FWC-BV)

The Feeling Word Checklist is a self-report questionnaire that is designed to assess therapists'u2019 countertransference responses. The second aim was to establish the factor structure by looking at the correlations between the FWC-BV attributes, patients'u2019 personality pathology, and the therapeutic alliance, which was the second aim. The survey includes therapy for a large number of patients with personality pathology. Therapists completed the FWC-BV for every patient in therapy every six months for a period of 2. 5 years. The Working Alliance Inventory was used as diagnostic tools during the Patient-rated TA test, and the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV was used as diagnostic tools. A number of borderline PD measures correlated positively with the determinants Inadequate and Idealized's indices, as well as the factor Confident.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.17558/v3


Countertransference feelings and personality disorders: A psychometric evaluation of a brief version of the Feeling Word Checklist (FWC-BV)

Background Information The Feeling Word Checklist is a self-report questionnaire that is supposed to assess therapists' U2019 countertransference responses. The primary aim of the investigation was to determine the psychometric properties of a brief version of the Feeling Word Checklist, which contains 12 feeling words. The second aim was to establish the factor structure by investigating the correlations between the FWC-BV factors, patient-u2019 personality pathology, and therapeutic alliance. During the course of treating a patient with a personality disorder for a period of 2. 5 years, Methods Therapists at 13 different outpatient units within the Norwegian Network of Personality Disorders completed the FWC-BV every 6 months. The investigation involved a large number of patients with personality pathology. Conclusions: Three of the WAI-SR subscales correlated strongly with at least one of the WAI-SR subscales.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.17558/v2


In vitro interactions within a biofilm containing three species found in bacterial vaginosis (BV) support the higher antimicrobial tolerance associated with BV recurrence

Bacterial vaginosis, the most common cause of vaginal discharge, is characterized by the presence of a polymicrobial biofilm on the vaginal epithelium, which was mainly produced by Gardnerella spp. , but also other anaerobic species. Interactions between bacteria in multi-species biofilms are likely to increase virulence and increased antimicrobial resistance in vivo. Prior and after metronidazole or clindamycin therapy, researchers want to know how interactions between BV-associated species in multi-species BV biofilms could have on antimicrobial tolerance. Methods The first results of antibiotic therapy were discovered in the form of total biofilm biomass, total cells, and cfu counts prior to and after antibiotic treatment. Despite the adverse effects found in single-species biofilms, neither metronidazole nor clindamycin was effective in reducing triple-species biofilm biomass in three different species biofilms.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/jac/dkac155

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