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    ...October 2015 Returned for modification 20 November 2015 Accepted 23 March 2016 Accepted manuscript posted online 28 March 2016 Citation Moon KH, Hobbs G, Motaleb MA. 2016. Borrelia burgdorferi CheD promotes various functions in chemotaxis and the pathogenic life cycle of the spirochete. Infect Immun 84...
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    ...Hypothetical Protein BB0569 Is Essential for Chemotaxis of the Lyme Disease Spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi Zhang et al. [] Liu Jun N.W. Charon Zhang, Kai Charon Nyles W. Jun Liu Zhang, K Charon, N.W N Charon K Zhang Li Nyles Charon Charon, N Liu Liu, J Chunhao, Li Liu, Jun Kai, Zhang Li, C NW...
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    ...for virulence. Borrelia burgdorferi appears to be notably different, in that it has three cheY genes, and our current studies on cheY2 suggests that it has varied effects on different aspects of the natural infection cycle. Mutants deficient in this protein exhibit normal motility and chemotaxis in vitro...
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    ...in Ixodes ticks (8–10). Conversely, Hk2-Rrp2 activates the RpoNRpoS pathway, which is essential for this pathogen to successfully accomplish tick-mouse transmission and establish mammalian infection (11–13). Recent studies demonstrated that a c-di-GMPbinding protein, PlzA, connects these two signal...
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    ...@ecu.edu . Citation Sultan SZ, Sekar P, Zhao X, Manne A, Liu J, Wooten RM, Motaleb MA. 2015. Motor rotation is essential for the formation of the periplasmic flagellar ribbon, cellular morphology, and Borrelia burgdorferi persistence within Ixodes scapularis tick and murine hosts. Infect Immun 83:1765–1777. doi...
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    .... 2005. Borrelia burgdorferi regulates expression of complement regulator-acquiring surface protein 1 during the mammal-tick infection cycle. Infect. Immun. 73:7398–7405. 4. Xu H, He M, He JJ, Yang XF. 2010. Role of the surface lipoprotein BBA07 in the enzootic cycle of Borrelia burgdorferi. Infect...
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    ...extracted from frozen B. burgdorferi organisms, separated by HPLC, and quantified by using tandem mass spectrometry as described in Materials and Methods. TABLE 3 dhhP is required for Borrelia growth in vivo Strain Growth in DMC No. of infected mice/total 5A4NP1 5/5 5A4NP1 dhhP#2;IPTG 4/4 5A4NP1 dhhP#7...
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    ...by thespirochete Borrelia burgdorferi, which is transmitted to humans by Ixodes ticks. In nature, B. burgdorferi cycles predominantly between the two physiologically distinct environments represented by the arthropod tick vector and a small rodent host (1–4). To transit from an infected tick to the mammal, B...
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    ...failed to establish infection in mice via tick bite, exogenous supplementation of GlcNAc into unfed ticks partially rescued the infection. The finding reported here provides us with new insight into the regulatory role of Rrp1 in carbohydrate utilization and virulence of B. burgdorferi. The spirochete...
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    ...arthropod-borne infection in the United States, is a multisystemic infectious disease caused by spirochetes of the Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato complex (39, 61). If untreated, B. burgdorferi can survive for extended periods of time in the human host, resulting in dermatitis, carditis, arthritis...
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