Biopolym. Cell. 1994; 10(3-4):100-102.
Adhesive-invasion Campylobacteria properties of different origin
1Kirik D. L., 1Shablovskaya E. A., 1Plugatir V. M., 1Ralko N. M., 1Kickot V. I., 1Krolevetskaya N. M.
  1. Gromashevsky L.V. Institute of Epidemiology and Infection Diseases, AMS of Ukraine
    5, Amosova Str., Kyiv, Ukraine, 03038

Abstract

Investigations were carried out on interweared cellular culture HEP-2. All investigated strains have owned of expressed ability of both adhesion and invasion. At the first period of microbes interaction with monolayer the adhesive indexes were over from 5,5±0,3 in strain of EO to 10,6±0,7 in clinical isolate; in twenty-four hours after infection – 16,8±1,3 and 25,2В±±0,8 respectively. At the beginning, of investigation invasion index was over from 2,9+0,1 in strain of EO, to 5,1±1,4 in clinical isolate and at the end – 9,1±0,8 and 16,0±1,2 respectively. It was concluded about the presence of the infection risk factor among agricultural animals, poultry, and in EO.

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