This patent broadly claims composition of matter for antibodies that cross-neutralize Staphylococcus aureus alpha hemolysin
and up to four additional S.
The isolate, confirmed as serotype 2 by using the coagglutination test (8), did not produce the virulence markers muramidase-released protein, extracellular factor, or the hemolysin
By using the primers described by Voth et al, (5) PCR detected the gene encoding the hemolysin
, sordellilysin (sdl), in the C sordellii isolate.
2] 5-10% cultivation demand 2 Saboraud-dextrose 26 agar growing Aerial micelia 26 development Characteristic odor 26 on cultures Staphylococci [beta] hemolysin
cocultivation CAMP 10,11 Rhodococcus equi cocultivation Motility 32 Pin point colonies 8,10,12,50 surrounded by hemolysis Catalase 8,10,12,26,50 Oxidase 12 Lactose fermentation 32 Results or positivity percentage (%) Character Evaluated strains Gram positive + cocobacilli, sometimes pleomorphic Gelatine degradation - Microaerophilic and + C[O.
These include alpha-hemolysin
, beta hemolysin
, and Penton Valentine leucocidin (PVL), and toxic shock syndrome toxin (TST).
Inhibitory effect of SNPs on alpha hemolysin
, a well-known virulence factor of S.
2012), leptospirosis causes hemolytic anemia and capillary damage because of the hemolysin
expressed by the bacteria.
production was established on Columbia blood agar with 5% sheep blood (OXOID, United Kingdom), as previously described .
Patients with paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria have a biphasic hemolysin
referred to as the Donath-Landsteiner antibody, which most often has anti-P specificity.
Enterococcus also secrete hemolysin
(cytolysin protein), a bacterial toxin that produce haemolytic activity against erythrocytes of human, horse and rabbit.
The three-dimensional structure of a putative hemolysin
from Streptococcus thermophilus was used as a template for homology modeling.
Cell vacuolation, a manifestation of the El Tor hemolysin
of Vibrio cholerae.