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Definitions

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  • noun A polyketide-peptide siderophore isolated from bacteria of the genus Yersinia

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Examples

  • Hancock V, Ferrieres L, Klemm P (2008) The ferric yersiniabactin uptake receptor FyuA is required for efficient biofilm formation by urinary tract infectious Escherichia coli in human urine.

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  • E. coli, though the ferric yersiniabactin uptake gene (fyuA) was present in PID-associated EnPEC.

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  • E. coli, though the ferric yersiniabactin uptake gene (fyuA) was present in PID-associated EnPEC.

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  • Hancock V, Ferrieres L, Klemm P (2008) The ferric yersiniabactin uptake receptor FyuA is required for efficient biofilm formation by urinary tract infectious Escherichia coli in human urine.

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  • E. coli, although they did possess the ferric yersiniabactin uptake gene (fyuA), and endotoxin LPS was important for stimulating the inflammatory response.

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  • The fyuA gene encodes the outer membrane protein ferric yersiniabactin uptake that is important for iron uptake and for biofilm formation in UPEC

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  • Despite their ability to invade cultured cells, elicit host cell responses and establish PID, EnPEC lacked sixteen genes commonly associated with adhesion and invasion by enteric or extraintestinal pathogenic E. coli, though the ferric yersiniabactin uptake gene (fyuA) was present in PID-associated EnPEC.

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  • Despite their ability to invade cultured cells, elicit host cell responses and establish PID, EnPEC lacked sixteen genes commonly associated with adhesion and invasion by enteric or extraintestinal pathogenic E. coli, though the ferric yersiniabactin uptake gene (fyuA) was present in PID-associated EnPEC.

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  • However, strains of E. coli isolated only from animals with PID and not unaffected animals, possessed the ferric yersiniabactin uptake receptor (fyuA) gene, which is associated with bacterial iron uptake

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  • E. coli, though the ferric yersiniabactin uptake gene (fyuA) was present in PID-associated EnPEC.

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