In the study observation, most P fimbriae
positive isolates were so associated with simple UTI.
TABLE 7: BACTERIAL FIMBRIAE
AND INTERACTION WITH ENDOTHELIAL CELLS:
Eisenstein, "An invertible element of DNA controls phase variation of type 1 fimbriae
of Escherichia coli," Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Recently it has been found that ribonucleic acid (RNA) polymerase, sigma S(RpoS), a sigma factor, influences type 1 fimbriae
are filamentous appendices, naturally localized on the bacterial surface, and are commonly responsible for mediating adhesion to the host cells and can promote specific binding to the receptors on surface of host cells .
While omental wrapping of the line is one main cause of catheter malfunctioning (Xie, Ren, Kiryluk, & Chen, 2010), only anecdotal cases of peritoneal catheter obstruction by tubaric fimbriae
are described in the literature (Abidin, Spector, & Kittur, 1990; Macallister & Morgan, 1993; Moreiras-Plaza & Caceres-Alvarado, 2004; Sinha & Dastidar, 2011; Uchiyama, Fujikawa, Suga, & Naito, 2001), none of them involving adult patients with complex malformative syndrome.
Variations of Porphyromonas gingivalis fimbriae
in relation to microbial pathogenesis.
The denticles (fimbriae
) forming the echinate border were increasingly longer on cells further from the base and closer to the apex, with denticles from cells in the middle region of a scale exceeding lengths of 10 [micro]m (Fig.
Pasteurella multocida (type D and type A) and atrophic rhinitis of pigs hemagglutination fimbriae
and adhesion in vitro to nasal mucosa of neonatal pigs (in German).
In the present study, biofilm inhibition by coumarins was partially elucidated as being caused by the repressions of curli genes and motility genes by coumarin and by umbelliferone, and resultant reductions in fimbriae
Pili which are also known as fimbriae
have been detected in Gram-positive bacteria [13-15].