To Be Cytosolic or Vacuolar: The Double Life of Listeria monocytogenes.

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ampicillin 1 infectiousdiseasesdrugs
gentamicin 2 infectiousdiseasesdrugs
listeriosis 18 infectiousdiseases
tuberculosis 1 infectiousdiseases

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ampicillin 25154 antibiotic therapy failure? The primary treatment for listeriosis consists of a combination regimen of ampicillin and gentamicin (Allerberger and Wagner, [1]). Ampicillin, which targets the cell wall synthesis machinery,
gentamicin 25169 failure? The primary treatment for listeriosis consists of a combination regimen of ampicillin and gentamicin (Allerberger and Wagner, [1]). Ampicillin, which targets the cell wall synthesis machinery, could be
gentamicin 25338 the cell wall synthesis machinery, could be poorly effective against non-growing Listeria. Moreover, gentamicin does not seem to be effective against Listeria within LisCVs (Kortebi et al., [33]), consistent with
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listeriosis 1137 enter a persistence stage in vacuoles might play a role during the asymptomatic incubation period of listeriosis and/or the carriage of this pathogen in asymptomatic hosts. Moreover, persistent vacuolar Listeria could
listeriosis 1590 prototype of a cytosolic and disseminating bacteriumListeria monocytogenes is the etiologic agent of listeriosis , a severe foodborne disease leading to blood, brain or fetal infections in humans and many animal species
listeriosis 17462 epithelial cells of infected guinea pigs (Rácz et al., [51]; Figure 2A) and in brain cells from neuro listeriosis cases in humans (Kirk, [30]; Figure 2B) and in ruminants (Henke et al., [28]). The dissemination stage
listeriosis 18249 liver plays a key role in the clearance of L. monocytogenes infections, liver disorders are rare during listeriosis and the hepatic phase of listeriosis is mainly asymptomatic (Scholing et al., [61]). Whether the liver
listeriosis 18286 of L. monocytogenes infections, liver disorders are rare during listeriosis and the hepatic phase of listeriosis is mainly asymptomatic (Scholing et al., [61]). Whether the liver is a reservoir for vacuolar Listeria
listeriosis 19832 surrounded by a cloud of actin filaments in a brain stem cell isolated from a patient who has died from neuro listeriosis [© Kirk ([30]). Originally published in Ultrastructural Pathology]. (C) A Listeria within a two-membrane
listeriosis 20741 and heterogeneous material in an intra-axonal neutrophil from the brain stem of a ruminant with neuro listeriosis [© Henke et al. ([28]). Originally published in Infection and Immunity]. (G) A bacterium enclosed in
listeriosis 21462 electron-transparent halo in a brain stem macrophage isolated from a patient who has died from neuro listeriosis [© Kirk ([30]). Originally published in Ultrastructural Pathology]. (I) Several Listeria free in the
listeriosis 21903 neither to actin nor membranes) has been documented for instance in a brain macrophage from a human neuro listeriosis case (Kirk, [30]; Figure 2H), as well as in hepatocytes of mice infected for 24 h (Gaillard et al.,
listeriosis 22655 contaminated food products affect large groups of people but represent only a small percentage of all listeriosis cases (Ebel et al., [18]). Listeriosis is essentially sporadic and the source of contaminated food is
listeriosis 22942 L. monocytogenes is relatively common (Hof, [29]; Grif et al., [27]). Nevertheless, the incidence of listeriosis remains low (1–10 cases per million per year) (Goulet et al., [24]). This may seem paradoxical, given
listeriosis 23238 survive in the host (Lebreton et al., [36]; Radoshevich and Cossart, [53]). The rarity of invasive listeriosis appears to be mainly due to cell-mediated immunity, which is highly protective against this pathogen.
listeriosis 23568 non-replicative vacuolar forms of Listeria in a benign carriage of this pathogen.People who develop invasive listeriosis generally have a weakened immune system related to aging, underlying diseases and/or immunosuppressive
listeriosis 23945 this illness dangerous for fetuses, while mothers are mostly asymptomatic. The incubation period of listeriosis can be long, especially in cases associated with pregnancy, for which it can last up to 3 months (Goulet
listeriosis 24340 question worth asking. L. monocytogenes persistent forms might also be implicated in a few recurrent listeriosis cases (McLauchlin et al., [42]; Sauders et al., [59]; Kleemann et al., [31]), as well as in recurrent
listeriosis 24865 bacterial reservoirs remaining undetected because of asymptomatic carriage.Antibiotherapy of invasive listeriosis is still an issue, as many patients succumb to this infection despite antibiotic administration (Charlier
listeriosis 25105 intravacuolar Listeria a possible cause for this antibiotic therapy failure? The primary treatment for listeriosis consists of a combination regimen of ampicillin and gentamicin (Allerberger and Wagner, [1]). Ampicillin,
listeriosis 26776 Obtaining tissue samples from human asymptomatic carriers will be challenging. The murine model of listeriosis may not be optimal for investigating the persistence of L. monocytogenes in epithelial tissues due to
tuberculosis 16225 rarely been demonstrated in host cells. The best-known paradigm is the VBNC status of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in human lung cells, which promotes the asymptomatic carriage of this pathogen (or “latency”) in

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