PMID: 2209732Oct 1, 1990Paper

Cell surface hydrophobicity, adherence to HeLa cell cultures and haemagglutination pattern of pyelonephritogenic Escherichia coli strains

Epidemiology and Infection
A BraunerS H Jacobson

Abstract

Cell surface hydrophobicity, haemagglutination pattern and adherence to HeLa cells were examined in 230 strains of Escherichia coli collected from women (n = 61 strains) and children (n = 65 strains) with non-obstructive acute pyelonephritis and in 104 faecal control strains of E. coli from healthy adults (n = 71 strains) and children (n = 33 strains). Pyelonephritogenic E. coli strains showed a significantly increased incidence of hydrophobic properties (90%) and mannose resistant haemagglutination (MRHA) of human erythrocytes (83%) than faecal control strains (64 and 23% respectively, P less than 0.001 in both cases). Mannose sensitive haemagglutination (MSHA) was observed in 48% of the pyelonephritogenic E. coli strains and in 50% of the faecal control strains (NS). The incidence of adherence to HeLa cells was low both in pyelonephritogenic and faecal control strains, 6 and 7% respectively (NS). The bacterial phenotypes MRHA + MSHA + and MRHA + MSHA- appeared significantly more often in pyelonephritogenic E. coli strains (35 and 48% respectively) than in faecal control strains (5 and 17% respectively, P less than 0.001 in both cases). The phenotype MRHA- MSHA + occurred significantly more often in control strains (45%) than ...Continue Reading

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Citations

Feb 1, 1992·APMIS : Acta Pathologica, Microbiologica, Et Immunologica Scandinavica·S H JacobsonA Brauner
Sep 19, 2009·European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases : Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology·N L RamosM Katouli
Sep 6, 2014·Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology·Anna Krasowska, Karel Sigler
Feb 5, 2013·Microbiological Research·Beata Zalewska-PiątekJózef Kur
Mar 6, 2009·FEMS Immunology and Medical Microbiology·Eliane de Oliveira FerreiraRegina M C P Domingues

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