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Binding of the F18 fimbrial adhesin FedF to piglet intestinal epithelium involves specific receptor recognition and non-specific electrostatic attraction with the phospholipid membrane

Kristof Moonens, Julie Bouckaert, Maia De Kerpel, Annelies Coddens UGent, Eric Cox UGent, Thao Tran, Han Remaut and Henri De Greve (2010) Joint glycobiology meeting, Abstracts.
abstract
Post-weaning diarrhoea and oedema disease are serious infectious diseases of piglets caused by pathogenic E. coli strains, including enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) and Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC). These strains account for substantial economical losses in the pig industry (Bertschinger et al., 1994; E. coli in Domestic Animals and Humans (Gyles, C. L. ed) pp. 193, CAB, Wallingford, Oxon, UK). The first and crucial step during most of these pathogenic infections is the recognition and adhesion of these pathogens to a specific host tissue. Adhesins mediating such an interaction are often presented to the host cell receptors by pili or fimbriae. We examined FedF, the adhesive tipsubunit of F18 fimbriae expressed by STEC which infect recently weaned piglets. Recently, the carbohydrates interacting with the FedF adhesin were identified by Coddens et al. (2009, J. Biol. Chem. 284, 9713). The authors showed that FedF is interacting with ABH blood group type 1 determinants.
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Binding of the F18 fimbrial adhesin FedF to piglet intestinal epithelium involves specific receptor recognition and non-specific electrostatic attraction with the phospholipid membrane
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Joint glycobiology meeting, Abstracts
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Joint Glycobiology Meeting
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Ghent, Belgium
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2010-11-07
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2010-11-09
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  abstract     = {Post-weaning diarrhoea and oedema disease are serious infectious diseases of piglets caused by pathogenic E. coli strains, including enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC) and Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC). These strains account for substantial economical losses in the pig industry (Bertschinger et al., 1994; E. coli in Domestic Animals and Humans (Gyles, C. L. ed) pp. 193, CAB, Wallingford, Oxon, UK). The first and crucial step during most of these pathogenic infections is the recognition and adhesion of these pathogens to a specific host tissue. Adhesins mediating such an interaction are often presented to the host cell receptors by pili or fimbriae. We examined FedF, the adhesive tipsubunit of F18 fimbriae expressed by STEC which infect recently weaned piglets. Recently, the carbohydrates interacting with the FedF adhesin were identified by Coddens et al. (2009, J. Biol. Chem. 284, 9713). The authors showed that FedF is interacting with ABH blood group type 1 determinants.},
  author       = {Moonens, Kristof and Bouckaert, Julie  and De Kerpel, Maia and Coddens, Annelies and Cox, Eric and Tran, Thao and Remaut, Han and De Greve, Henri },
  booktitle    = {Joint glycobiology meeting, Abstracts},
  keyword      = {Binding of the F18 fimbrial adhesin FedF to piglet intestinal epithelium involves specific receptor recognition and non-specific electrostatic attraction with the phospholipid membrane},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  title        = {Binding of the F18 fimbrial adhesin FedF to piglet intestinal epithelium involves specific receptor recognition and non-specific electrostatic attraction with the phospholipid membrane},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Moonens, Kristof, Julie Bouckaert, Maia De Kerpel, Annelies Coddens, Eric Cox, Thao Tran, Han Remaut, and Henri De Greve. 2010. “Binding of the F18 Fimbrial Adhesin FedF to Piglet Intestinal Epithelium Involves Specific Receptor Recognition and Non-specific Electrostatic Attraction with the Phospholipid Membrane.” In Joint Glycobiology Meeting, Abstracts.
APA
Moonens, K., Bouckaert, J., De Kerpel, M., Coddens, A., Cox, E., Tran, T., Remaut, H., et al. (2010). Binding of the F18 fimbrial adhesin FedF to piglet intestinal epithelium involves specific receptor recognition and non-specific electrostatic attraction with the phospholipid membrane. Joint glycobiology meeting, Abstracts. Presented at the Joint Glycobiology Meeting.
Vancouver
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Moonens K, Bouckaert J, De Kerpel M, Coddens A, Cox E, Tran T, et al. Binding of the F18 fimbrial adhesin FedF to piglet intestinal epithelium involves specific receptor recognition and non-specific electrostatic attraction with the phospholipid membrane. Joint glycobiology meeting, Abstracts. 2010.
MLA
Moonens, Kristof, Julie Bouckaert, Maia De Kerpel, et al. “Binding of the F18 Fimbrial Adhesin FedF to Piglet Intestinal Epithelium Involves Specific Receptor Recognition and Non-specific Electrostatic Attraction with the Phospholipid Membrane.” Joint Glycobiology Meeting, Abstracts. 2010. Print.