Bacterial Survival in the Hostile Environment

By: Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: Developments in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology SerPublisher: San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2022Description: 1 Online-Ressource (276 p)Additional physical formats: 9780323972208 | 0323972209 | 9780323918060 | Erscheint auch als: Bacterial Survival in the Hostile Environment. Druck-Ausgabe San Diego : Elsevier Science & Technology,c2022DDC classification:
  • 616.9201
Online resources: Summary: Front Cover -- Bacterial Survival in the Hostile Environment -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of contributors -- 1 Mycobacterium tuberculosis adaptation to host environment -- Introduction -- M. tuberculosis adaptation to host immune system and oxidative stress -- Strategies to counter microbicidal effect of myeloid cells -- Microenvironment modulation by M. tuberculosis -- M. tuberculosis adaptations to acidic environment of phagolysosomes -- Mycobacterial adaptations to hypoxic environment -- M. tuberculosis adaptations to subsist heat shockSummary: M. tuberculosis adaptation to metal stress -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Modulation of host pathways by Mycobacterium tuberculosis for survival -- Introduction -- Modulation of glycolytic flux -- Endoplasmic reticulum stress -- Modulation in host mitochondria -- Apoptosis -- Necrosis -- Phagosome maturation -- Autophagy Regulation -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Signaling nucleotides in bacteria -- Introduction -- cyclic-di-AMP -- c-di-AMP signaling -- Regulation of potassium uptake by c-di-AMP -- (p)ppGpp -- (p)ppGpp signaling -- Regulation of antibiotic resistance by (p)ppGppSummary: Cyclic-di-GMP -- c-di-GMP signaling -- Regulation of biofilm formation by c-di-GMP -- Conclusions and perspectives -- References -- 4 The fish immune armaments in response to pathogen invasion-a tour inside the macrophages -- Introduction -- Immune organs and cell types of teleosts -- Characteristics of teleosts' macrophages -- Phagocytosis by macrophages -- Antigen presentation by macrophages -- Subcellular crosstalk of teleost macrophages -- Modalities of cell death -- Immune evasion strategies of microbial pathogen -- Conclusion -- ReferencesSummary: 5 Essential proteins for the survival of bacteria in hostile environment -- Introduction -- Hostile environment outside human host: extreme temperature -- Hostile environment within the human host -- I. Helicobacter pylori -- Urease activity for pH homeostasis as a survival strategy of H. pylori in highly acidic hostile environment -- Evasion of innate immune response with bacterial proteins (H. pylori) -- Evasion of adaptive immune response (H. pylori) -- II. Salmonella typhimurium -- Acid shock proteins for pH homeostasis as a survival strategy of S. typhimuriumSummary: Evasion of innate immune response with bacterial proteins (S. typhimurium) -- Evasion of adaptive immune response (S. typhimurium) -- References -- 6 Kinases and phosphatases in bacterial survival in hostile environment -- Introduction -- Kinases and phosphatases in abiotic conditions -- Kinases and phosphatases in biotic conditions -- Two-component system in host immune evasion -- References -- 7 Antimicrobial resistance-a serious global threat -- Introduction -- Mechanism of action of probiotics, challenges faced, and their evolution -- Antimicrobial agents -- Antiseptics and disinfectantsPPN: PPN: 1882645790Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-4-NLEBK | BSZ-4-NLEBK-KAUB
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