Μετάβαση στο κύριο περιεχόμενο

! # Ola via Alexandros G.Sfakianakis on Inoreader

Draft genomes of Enterococcus faecium strains isolated from human feces before and after eradication therapy against Helicobacter pylori

S23523409.gif

Publication date: February 2018
Source:Data in Brief, Volume 16
Author(s): Nikita A. Prianichnikov, Maja V. Malakhova, Vlad V. Babenko, Andrei K. Larin, Evgenii I. Olekhnovich, Elizaveta V. Starikova, Dmitry I. Chuvelev, Oksana E. Glushchenko, Andrei E. Samoilov, Alexander I. Manolov, Boris A. Kovarsky, Alexander V. Tyakht, Alexander V. Pavlenko, Elena N. Ilina, Elena S. Kostryukova
The abundance of Enterococci in the human intestinal microbiota environment is usually < 0.1% of the total bacterial fraction. The multiple resistance to antibiotics of the opportunistic Enterococcus spp. is alarming for the world medical community because of their high prevalence among clinically significant strains of microorganisms. Enterococci are able to collect different mobile genetic elements and transmit resistance to antibiotics to wide range of Gram-positive and Gram-negative species of microorganisms, including the transmission of vancomycin resistance to methicillin-resistant strains of Staphylococcus aureus. The number of infections caused by antibiotics resistant strains of Enterococcus spp. is increasing. Here we present a draft genomes of Enterococcus faecium strains. These strains were isolated from human feces before and after (1 month) Helicobacter pylori eradication therapy. The samples were subject to whole-genome sequencing using Illumina HiSeq. 2500 platform. The data is available at NCBI http://ift.tt/2nDbgHS.



from ! Medicine by Alexandros G. Sfakianakis via a.lsfakia on Inoreader http://ift.tt/2zYfg7f
via IFTTT

Σχόλια

Δημοφιλείς αναρτήσεις από αυτό το ιστολόγιο

Accessory Auricles: Systematic Review of Definition, Associated Conditions, and Recommendations for Clinical Practice

Abstract Accessory auricles are rare congenital abnormalities embryologically derived from the first branchial arch. Presentation may be variable with locations grouped into anatomical zones based on the frequency of location found in the literature. This study reviewed the papers between 1981 and 2017. Findings included an association with syndromes including Goldenhar, VACTERL, Treacher–Collins, Townes–Brocks, and Wolf–Hirschhorn. Based on histological and embryological evidence, the term "accessory auricle" is best used as an umbrella term to define this difference. Finally, indications are provided for imaging and laboratory investigations to guide the physician treating patients with accessory auricles. Address correspondence and reprint requests to Mark S. Lloyd, MPhil, FRCS(Plast), Department of Plastic Surgery, Autologous Ear Reconstruction Service, Birmingham Children's and Women's Hospital NHS Trust, 4th Floor, Ladywood House, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham B4…

A Rare Complication After Septoplasty: Visual Loss Due to Right Retinal Artery Spasm

Abstract Septoplasty is a commonly used procedure for correcting septal cartilage deformities. Hemorrhage, abscesses, scaling, adhesions, and scar tissue are often seen after the operation of the septoplasty, but temporary or permanent visual loss due to local anesthetic use has been reported very rarely in the literature. The authors also aimed to present a female patient with retinal artery spasm in the right eye after septoplasty in this article. A 27-year-old female patient was admitted to the authors' clinic with long-standing nasal obstruction and postnasal drip. There was no feature in her history and also no sign other than nasal septal deviation on physical examination. The patient was informed about the operation and the operation was planned. Emergency eye consultation was requested after the patient said that the right eye of the patient had never seen in the postoperative wake-up hall. Examination by an ophthalmologist; mild exotropia and total loss of vision in the r…

Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody-Negative Central Nervous System Granulomatosis With Polyangiitis and Its Clinical Characteristics

Abstract Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA) is a necrotizing granulomatous vasculitis occasionally affecting central nervous system (CNS), and GPA patients with initial CNS symptoms are even rarer, whose diagnosis is further confused by an absence of positive antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody. The authors described the characteristics of antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody -negative GPA with CNS onset in a patient and discussed on its management, which may contribute to future diagnosis and treatment of patients with similar conditions. Address correspondence and reprint requests to Dr Yongming Qiu, MD, PhD, Department of Neurosurgery, Ren Ji Hospital, School of Medicine, Shanghai JiaoTong University, Shanghai 200127, China; E-mail: qiuzhoub@126.com; Dr Longtian Chen, MD, Department of Rheumatology, Longyan First Hospital Affiliated to Fujian Medical University, Fujian Province, China; E-mail: LT_chen@163.com Received 20 July, 2017 Accepted 24 August, 2017 The authors report no …