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Ingestion of food pellets containing Escherichia coli overexpressing the heat-shock protein DnaK protects Penaeus vannamei (Boone) against Vibrio harveyi (Baumann) infection

(2016) JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES. 39(5). p.577-584
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Feeding aquatic animals with bacterial encapsulated heat-shock proteins (Hsps) is potentially a new method to combat vibriosis, an important disease affecting aquatic animals used in aquaculture. Food pellets comprised of shrimp and containing Escherichia coli overexpressing either DnaK-DnaJ-GrpE, the prokaryotic equivalents of Hsp70-Hsp40-Hsp20, or only DnaK were fed to juveniles of the white leg shrimp Penaeus vannamei, and protection against pathogenic Vibrio harveyi was determined. Maintaining pellets at different temperatures for varying lengths of time reduced the number of live adhering E.coli, as did contact with sea water, demonstrating that storage and immersion adversely affected bacterial survival and attachment to pellets. Feeding P.vannamei with E.coli did not compromise their survival, indicating that the bacteria were not pathogenic to shrimp. Feeding P.vannamei with pellets containing bacteria overproducing DnaK (approximately 60 cells g(-1) pellets) boosted P.vannamei survival twofold against V.harveyi, suggesting that DnaK plays a role in Vibrio tolerance. Pellets containing DnaK were effective in providing protection to P.vannamei for up to 2 weeks before loss of viability and that DnaK encapsulated by these bacteria enhanced shrimp resistance against Vibrio infection.
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SPOT SYNDROME VIRUS, ARTEMIA-FRANCISCANA, LITOPENAEUS-VANNAMEI, CAMPBELLII CHALLENGE, IN-VIVO, IMMUNITY, PATHWAY, SURFACE, SYSTEM, LARVAE, DnaK, heat-shock proteins, Hsp70, P. vannamei, shrimp, Vibrio

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Sinnasamy, S, N Mat Noordin, TH MacRae, M Ikhwanuddin bin Abdullah, Peter Bossier, ME bin Abdul Wahid, A Noriaki, and YY Sung. 2016. “Ingestion of Food Pellets Containing Escherichia Coli Overexpressing the Heat-shock Protein DnaK Protects Penaeus Vannamei (Boone) Against Vibrio Harveyi (Baumann) Infection.” Journal of Fish Diseases 39 (5): 577–584.
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Sinnasamy, S., Noordin, N. M., MacRae, T., bin Abdullah, M. I., Bossier, P., Wahid, M. bin A., Noriaki, A., et al. (2016). Ingestion of food pellets containing Escherichia coli overexpressing the heat-shock protein DnaK protects Penaeus vannamei (Boone) against Vibrio harveyi (Baumann) infection. JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES, 39(5), 577–584.
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Sinnasamy S, Noordin NM, MacRae T, bin Abdullah MI, Bossier P, Wahid M bin A, et al. Ingestion of food pellets containing Escherichia coli overexpressing the heat-shock protein DnaK protects Penaeus vannamei (Boone) against Vibrio harveyi (Baumann) infection. JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES. 2016;39(5):577–84.
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Sinnasamy, S, N Mat Noordin, TH MacRae, et al. “Ingestion of Food Pellets Containing Escherichia Coli Overexpressing the Heat-shock Protein DnaK Protects Penaeus Vannamei (Boone) Against Vibrio Harveyi (Baumann) Infection.” JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES 39.5 (2016): 577–584. Print.
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  abstract     = {Feeding aquatic animals with bacterial encapsulated heat-shock proteins (Hsps) is potentially a new method to combat vibriosis, an important disease affecting aquatic animals used in aquaculture. Food pellets comprised of shrimp and containing Escherichia coli overexpressing either DnaK-DnaJ-GrpE, the prokaryotic equivalents of Hsp70-Hsp40-Hsp20, or only DnaK were fed to juveniles of the white leg shrimp Penaeus vannamei, and protection against pathogenic Vibrio harveyi was determined. Maintaining pellets at different temperatures for varying lengths of time reduced the number of live adhering E.coli, as did contact with sea water, demonstrating that storage and immersion adversely affected bacterial survival and attachment to pellets. Feeding P.vannamei with E.coli did not compromise their survival, indicating that the bacteria were not pathogenic to shrimp. Feeding P.vannamei with pellets containing bacteria overproducing DnaK (approximately 60 cells g(-1) pellets) boosted P.vannamei survival twofold against V.harveyi, suggesting that DnaK plays a role in Vibrio tolerance. Pellets containing DnaK were effective in providing protection to P.vannamei for up to 2 weeks before loss of viability and that DnaK encapsulated by these bacteria enhanced shrimp resistance against Vibrio infection.},
  author       = {Sinnasamy, S and Noordin, N Mat and MacRae, TH and bin Abdullah, M Ikhwanuddin and Bossier, Peter and Wahid, ME bin Abdul and Noriaki, A and Sung, YY},
  issn         = {0140-7775},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES},
  keywords     = {SPOT SYNDROME VIRUS,ARTEMIA-FRANCISCANA,LITOPENAEUS-VANNAMEI,CAMPBELLII CHALLENGE,IN-VIVO,IMMUNITY,PATHWAY,SURFACE,SYSTEM,LARVAE,DnaK,heat-shock proteins,Hsp70,P. vannamei,shrimp,Vibrio},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {577--584},
  title        = {Ingestion of food pellets containing Escherichia coli overexpressing the heat-shock protein DnaK protects Penaeus vannamei (Boone) against Vibrio harveyi (Baumann) infection},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jfd.12390},
  volume       = {39},
  year         = {2016},
}

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