- Methods for studying the genetics, molecular biology, physiology, and pathogenesis of the streptococci[electronic resource] / edited by Paula M. Fives-Taylor, Donald J. LeBlanc.
- Fives-Taylor, Paula M., editor., LeBlanc, Donald J., editor.
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- XVI, 256 p. : online resource.
- Tn917 transponson mutagenesis and marker rescue of interrupted genes of Streptococcus mutans -- Site-specific homologous recombination mutagenesis in group B streptococci -- Targeted mutagenesis of enterococcal genes -- A lactococcal pWV01-based integration toolbox for bacteria -- Vectors containing streptococcal bacteriophage integrases for site-specific gene insertion -- Streptococcal integration vectors for gene inactivation and cloning -- Induction of transformation in streptococci by synthetic competence stimulating peptides -- Characterization of the lactococcal conjugative element pRS01 using IS946-mediated mutagenesis -- Use of electroportation in genetic analysis of enterococcal virulence -- Genetic transfer methods for Streptococcus sobrinus and other oral streptococci -- Isolation of enterococcal antigen-encoding genes from genomic libraries -- A simple microtiter plate screening assay for bacterial invasion or adherence -- End-probing: A non-radioactive approach to mapping transponson insertions -- A method for mapping phage-inducible promoters for use in bacteriophage-triggered defense systems -- Secretion of heterologous proteins by genetically engineered Streptococcus gordonii -- Examination of streptococcal gene expression in the mammalian environment -- Analysis of adherence-associated gene expression in Streptococcus parasangusis: A method for RNA isolation -- Development of an integrative, lacZ transcriptional-fusion plasmid vector for Streptococcus mutans and its use to isolate expressed genes -- Use of proteomics and PCR to elucidate changes in protein expression in oral streptococci -- The use of continuous flow bioreactors to explore gene expression and physiology of suspended and adherent populations of oral streptococci -- In vitro systems for investigating group B streptococcal: host cell and extracellular matrix interactions -- The rat model of endocarditis -- Lipoproteins and other cell-surface associated proteins in streptococci -- Growth of Streptococcal mutons in an iron-limiting medium -- Identification of oral streptococci using PCR-based, reverse-capture, checkerboard hybridization -- Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis as an epidemiologic tool for enterococci and streptococci -- Cell-based panning as a means to isolate phage display Fabs specific for a bacterial surface protein.
Medicine & Public Health.
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