Browsing by Subject "Bacillus anthracis/pathogenicity"
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2015-04-01ZeitschriftenartikelCapsules, Toxins and AtxA as Virulence Factors of Emerging Bacillus cereus Biovar anthracis Emerging B. cereus strains that cause anthrax-like disease have been isolated in Cameroon (CA strain) and Côte d’Ivoire (CI strain). These strains are unusual, because their genomic characterisation shows that they belong ...
2010-01-14ZeitschriftenartikelPreliminary case report of fatal anthrax in an injecting drug user in North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, December 2009
2010-07-09ZeitschriftenartikelThe Genome of a Bacillus Isolate Causing Anthrax in Chimpanzees Combines Chromosomal Properties of B. cereus with B. anthracis Virulence Plasmids Anthrax is a fatal disease caused by strains of Bacillus anthracis. Members of this monophyletic species are non motile and are all characterized by the presence of four prophages and a nonsense mutation in the plcR ...