Host Immune Responses and Pathogenesis to Brucella spp. Infection
Oliveira, Sergio Costa (editor)
Giambartolomei, Guillermo (editor)
Brucellosis, caused by the facultative intracellular bacteria Brucella species, is one the most prevalent zoonosis worldwide. • The articles described in this book report several aspects of host-Brucella interactions. • The findings described here will help to advance in the comprehension of bacterial pathogenesis and contribute to the future development of drugs or vaccines to control brucellosis.
KeywordsRecombinant vaccine; divalent vaccine; brucellosis; Omp25; L7/L12; Brucella abortus 544; ST2 receptor; Brucella abortus; oral infection; human endometrial cells; internalization; intracellular replication; decidualization; chemokines; macrophages; Brucella; HSC; MHC; IL-10; cell cycle; (p)ppGpp; rsh; neurobrucellosis; platelets; brain microvascular endothelial cells; endothelial cells; adhesins; Ig-like domain; monomeric autotransporters; trimeric autotransporters; extracellular matrix; polar localization; virulence factors; vaccine candidates; fibronectin; canonical inflammasome; non-canonical inflammasome; NLR; pyroptosis; ASC; caspase-11; caspase-1; IL-1β; gDNA; replication niche; reservoir; persistence; survival; chronic infection; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Research & information: general