Biology of Salmonella

  • Felipe Cabello
  • Carlos Hormaeche
  • Pasquale Mastroeni
  • Letterio Bonina

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 245)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Changing Trends in Antibiotic Resistance in Salmonella Isolated from Humans in England and Wales

  3. The Problem of Multiresistant Salmonella typhi — use of Molecular Markers in Epidemiology

  4. Salmonella typhi in Spain: Epidemiological Markers and Antimicrobial Susceptibility (1979–1991)

  5. Salmonellae and Salmonellosis in Turkey

    1. Özdem Anğ, Kurtuluş Töreci, Mine Anğ-Küçüker
      Pages 25-33
  6. Properties and Biological Role of Salmonella Virulence Plasmids

    1. Reiner Helmuth, Giovanna Morelli, Maria A. Montenegro
      Pages 35-40
  7. Construction of a Physical Map of the Genome of Salmonella typhimurium

    1. Shu-Lin Liu, K.-K. Wong, Michael McClelland, Kenneth E. Sanderson
      Pages 41-50
  8. Coordination of Gene Expression in Pathogenic Salmonella typhimurium

    1. Charles J. Dorman, Niamh Ní Bhriain
      Pages 51-62
  9. Some Structural Aspects of the Antigenic O-Polysaccharide Components of Salmonella Somatic Lipopolysaccharides

  10. Fimbriae of Salmonella Enteritidis: Molecular Analysis of SEF14 and Vaccine Development Potential

    1. Martin J. Woodward, Christopher J. Thorns, Claude Turcotte
      Pages 79-82
  11. The Pathogenicity Determinants of Salmonella typhi: Potential Role of Fimbrial Structures

    1. Giuseppe Satta, Angela Ingianni, Patrizia Muscas, Gian Maria Rossolini, Raffaello Pompei
      Pages 83-90
  12. The Maltose B Region in Salmonella Typhimurium, Escherichia Coli and Other Enterobacteriaceae

    1. Elie Dassa, Eric Francoz, Michael Dahl, Erwin Schneider, Catherine Werts, Alain Charbit et al.
      Pages 91-104
  13. Biochemical and Molecular Characterization of Salmonella enterica Serovar Berta

    1. John E. Olsen, Derek J. Brown, Dorte L. Baggesen, Magne Bisgaard
      Pages 105-109
  14. The viaB Locus of Salmonella typhi

    1. Michel Y. Popoff, Hervé Waxin, Suzanne Kolyva
      Pages 111-114
  15. The Virulence Plasmid of Salmonella Encodes a Protein Resembling Eukaryotic Tropomyosins

    1. P. Helena Mäkelä, Pertti Koski, Petri Riikonen, Suvi Taira, Harry Holthöfer, Mikael Rhen
      Pages 115-120
  16. Is Salmonella an Intracellular Pathogen?

    1. Hsiu-Sheng Hsu
      Pages 121-129
  17. Selection for Bacterial Virulence Genes that are Specifically Induced in Animal Tissues

    1. Michael J. Mahan, James M. Slauch, John J. Mekalanos
      Pages 131-139
  18. Mechanism of Pathogenicity in Salmonella abortusovis

    1. Salvatore Rubino, Patrizia Rizzu, Giuseppe Erre, Mauro M. Colombo, Guido Leori, Paul A. Gulig et al.
      Pages 141-147
  19. Antibiotic Proteins of Human Neutrophils: Interaction with the Surface of Salmonella

  20. Early Events in the Pathogenesis of Enteric Fever in Mice

    1. David E. Briles, Nancy E. Dunlap, Edward Swords, William H. Benjamin Jr.
      Pages 159-167
  21. Entry of Salmonella into Epithelial Cells

    1. Catherine A. Lee, Stanley Falkow
      Pages 169-179
  22. Plasmid Genes Involved in Virulence in Salmonella

    1. Alistair J. Lax, Gillian D. Pullinger, Jayne M. Spink, Fakhar Qureshi, Michael W. Wood, Philip W. Jones
      Pages 181-190
  23. Colonization and Invasion of the Intestinal Tract by Salmonella

    1. Roy Curtiss III, David L. MacLeod, Hank A. Lockman, Jorge E. Galan, Sandra M. Kelly, Gregory G. Mahairas
      Pages 191-198
  24. Experimental Salmonella typhimurium — Induced Gastroenteritis

    1. John Stephen, Iqbal I. Amin, Gillian R. Douce
      Pages 199-209
  25. Cellular Mediators of Anti-Microbial Resistance

    1. Frank M. Collins
      Pages 211-221
  26. Immunity Mechanisms in Experimental Salmonellosis

    1. Carlos E. Hormaeche, B. Villarreal, P. Mastroeni, G. Dougan, S. N. Chatfield
      Pages 223-235
  27. Humoral Immune Response to Salmonella typhi Outer Membrane Proteins

    1. Lieselotte Aron, Gustavo Faundez, Jesus Aguero, Maria E. Fernandez-Beros, Carlos Gonzalez, Felipe Cabello
      Pages 237-247
  28. The Role of Granulocytes, Naive and Activated Macrophages in the Host Resistance against Salmonella typhimurium

    1. Ralph van Furth, Jaap T. van Dissel, Jan A. M. Langermans
      Pages 249-253
  29. Role of Gamma Interferon and Tumor Necrosis Factor in Early Resistance to Murine Salmonellosis

    1. Charles Nauciel, Florence Espinasse-Maes, Peggy Matsiota-Bernard
      Pages 255-264
  30. Immunity and Immunosuppression Induced by Attenuated Salmonella: The Role of Nitric Oxide

    1. T. K. Eisenstein, B. K. Al-Ramadi, D. Huang, R. Schafer, L. Killar, J.-C. Lee et al.
      Pages 265-277
  31. Role of Natural Resistance and Immune Response in the Efficacy of Antibiotic Treatment for Systemic Salmonellosis

  32. Mucosal Immunity: The Role of Secretory Immunoglobulin a in Protection Against the Invasive Pathogen Salmonella typhimurium

    1. James M. Slauch, Michael J. Mahan, Pierre Michetti, Marian R. Neutra, John J. Mekalanos
      Pages 289-298
  33. T Cell Fibronectin, Delayed Hypersensitivity and Human Disease

  34. Attenuation of Salmonella by Auxotrophy

    1. Bruce A. D. Stocker
      Pages 309-322
  35. The Genetics of Salmonella and Vaccine Development

    1. Gordon Dougan, Mark Roberts, Gillian Douce, Patricia Londono, Carlos Hormaeche, Julia Harrison et al.
      Pages 323-332
  36. Salmonella Strains with both Antigen 04 and 09: Characterization of Their Lipopolysaccharides and use as Immunogens

    1. Alf A. Lindberg, Andrej Weintraub, Thomas Segall, Bruce A. D. Stocker
      Pages 333-342
  37. Attenuated Salmonella typhi as Live Oral Vaccines to Prevent Typhoid Fever and as Carrier Vaccines to Express Foreign Antigens

    1. Myron M. Levine, David M. Hone, Carol O. Tacket, Marcelo Sztein, Genevieve Losonsky, James P. Nataro et al.
      Pages 343-346
  38. Hybrid Hepatitis B Virus Core/Pre-S Particles: Position Effects on Immunogenicity of Heterologous Epitopes and Expression in Avirulent Salmonellae for Oral Vaccination

  39. Safety and Immunogenicity of Salmonella typhi Ty21a Liquid Formulation Vaccine in 4 to 6 Year Old Thai Children

    1. Thavichai Olanratmanee, Myron M. Levine, Genny Losonsky, Usa Thisyakorn, Stanley J. Cryz Jr.
      Pages 355-359
  40. Vaccines for Prevention of Enteric Bacterial Infections Caused by Salmonellae

    1. Shousun C. Szu, Douglas Watson, Marina Hinojosa, Rachel Schneerson, John B. Robbins, David N. Taylor et al.
      Pages 361-371
  41. Short Communications

    1. John E. Olsen, Søren Aabo, Lone Rossen, Pernille D. Sørensen, Ole F. Rasmussen
      Pages 373-377
    2. Letterio Bonina, Adriana Arena, Rosario Trifiletti, Pietro Mastroeni, Daniela Iannello
      Pages 379-381
    3. Athina Chatzopoulou, R. J. Miles
      Pages 383-383
    4. Ildefonso Perales, Ana Audicana
      Pages 389-390
    5. Gad Frankel, Sharon Moshitch, David Zangen, Adam Friedmann, Linda Doll
      Pages 391-394
    6. Gillian R. Douce, Iqbal I. Amin, John Stephen, Gordan Dougan, Stephen N. Chatfield
      Pages 397-398
    7. Iqbal I. Amin, Gillian R. Douce, Michael P. Osborne, John Stephen
      Pages 399-400

About this book


Salmonella infections of man and animals continue to be a distressing health problem worldwide. Far from disappearing, the incidence of typhoid fever in developing countries may be far higher than we had imagined. Salmonella food poisoning has increased to one of the major causes of gastroenteritis in the developed world, in itself also an indication that animal salmonellosis is still a major cause for concern. The situation requires a concerted multidisciplinary research effort in order to generate the new information and technology needed to assist in the control of these diseases. This concept was the driving force behind the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Biology of Salmonella" held at Portorosa, Messina, Italy, May 11-15, 1992. With additional support from the University of Messina, Medeva Group Research (UK) and the Swiss Serum and Vaccine Research Institute, the meeting brought together epidemiologists, microbiologists, molecular biologists, immunologists and clinicians. All the participants were actively working on different but related aspects of Salmonella and salmonellosis, with most of the leading laboratories worldwide being represented. The workshop provided an excellent opportunity for interdisciplinary consultation; it is not often that the topic of Salmonella and salmonellosis is covered to such breadth and depth in one extended meeting. Keynote addresses by invited speakers were interspersed with offered papers, many by younger members of the scientific community, and this volume presents the collated manuscripts of the lectures and extended summaries of the offered papers.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Felipe Cabello
    • 1
  • Carlos Hormaeche
    • 2
  • Pasquale Mastroeni
    • 3
  • Letterio Bonina
    • 3
  1. 1.New York Medical CollegeValhallaUSA
  2. 2.Cambridge UniversityCambridgeUK
  3. 3.University of MessinaMessinaItaly

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