1998
DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2672.1998.00378.x
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Rapid identification of diverse Campylobacter lari strains isolated from mussels and oysters using a reverse hybridization line probe assay

Abstract: Campylobacters isolated from mussels and oysters in The Netherlands were analysed by a novel assay, based on DNA amplification with primers, based on semiconserved GTP‐binding sites of a putative GTPase gene. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was followed by a single step reverse hybridization line probe assay (PCR‐LiPA). This permits identification of Campylobacter jejuni, C. coli, C. lari and C. upsaliensis. Among a group of 44 isolates, three C. jejuni, one C. upsaliensis, one double infection with C. jejuni … Show more

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“…nov. to encompass the classical nalidixic-acid-resistant, urease-negative isolates typified by the type strain. The divergence of the novel taxa presented here has been confirmed in previous studies, including a multilocus sequence typing system analysis (Miller et al, 2005) and a phylogenetic analysis of a partial GTPaseencoding gene (van Doorn et al, 1998). Benjamin et al 1984 Cells are Gram-negative, spiral to curved rods, 0.361.7-2.4 mm in size.…”
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confidence: 58%
“…nov. to encompass the classical nalidixic-acid-resistant, urease-negative isolates typified by the type strain. The divergence of the novel taxa presented here has been confirmed in previous studies, including a multilocus sequence typing system analysis (Miller et al, 2005) and a phylogenetic analysis of a partial GTPaseencoding gene (van Doorn et al, 1998). Benjamin et al 1984 Cells are Gram-negative, spiral to curved rods, 0.361.7-2.4 mm in size.…”
supporting
confidence: 58%
“…These results indicate that the UPTC phenotype is not confined to a single taxon and that it is a variable characteristic within the taxon. The AFLP patterns of UPTC strains were extremely heterogeneous and confirmed the previously observed variations in randomly amplified polymorphic DNA patterns and GTPase gene sequences of these strains (11,32). The previously described indistinguishable pulsed-field gel electrophoresis patterns obtained for three UPTC strains from seagulls are inconsistent with these results (17), although this finding may have been affected by sampling bias and the low number of strains tested.…”
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confidence: 46%
“…Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli are particularly frequent causative agents of human bacterial intestinal disorders worldwide (Skirrow, 1994). There have also been reported cases of diarrhoea in man caused by Campylobacter upsaliensis and Campylobacter lari, but the frequency of these infections is very low (Bourke et al, 1998;Van Doorn et al, 1998). Occasionally, Campylobacter species are implicated as causative agents of pericarditis, myocarditis and Guillain-Barré Syndrome (Kuwabara, 2004;Uzoigwe, 2005).…”
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confidence: 99%