Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans (A. actinomycetemcomitans) is a Gram-negative, facultative anaerobic bacillus that causes periodontal diseases such as localized aggressive periodontitis (LAP) and. consequently. bone resorption.
Blue light kills Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans due to its endogenous photosensitizers. Clin Oral Investig.
Aggregatibacter aphrophilus (formerly Haemophilus aphrophilus and H. paraphrophilus) is classically associated with infective endocarditis. Other infections reported in the literature include brain abscess, bone and joint infections and endophthalmitis.
HACEK organisms are not readily identified on most automated bacterial identification systems, and most require either time-consuming biochemical profiling or genetic analysis, such as 16S rRNA gene sequencing, for definitive identification (8).
Eikenella corrodens is a small straight rod that can appear coccobacillary. The organism is oxidase-positive and ornithine decarboxylase-positive, reduces nitrates to nitrites, but does not produce catalase, urease, or indole.
Aggregatibacter (formerly Actinobacillus) actinomycetemcomitans,1 a small, fastidious gram-negative coccobacillus, is a cause of endocarditis, of periodontal infection, and, in conjunction with Actinomyces israelii, of pneumonia and soft tissue abscesses (see Chapters 187 and 195).
Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans is the type species of genus Aggregatibacter, which is part of bacterial family Pasteurellaceae. [Bacterium actinomycetem comitans] was cultured from actinomycotic lesions of humans in the early 20th century.
gingivalis—W83—was first isolated in the 1950s by H. Werner in Germany from an undocumented human oral infection. In 2003, W83 became the first strain of P.
aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans Pronunciation. ag·gre·gat·i·bac·ter acti·no·mycetem·comi·tans.
The HACEK group accounts for approximately 5%-10% of community-acquired native-valve endocarditis cases in patients who do not use intravenous drugs. HACEK microorganisms grow slowly in standard blood culture media, and recovery may require prolonged incubation.
Clinical Identification of HACEK Organisms However, modern blood culture instruments reliably detect HACEK organisms within a 5-day incubation period. HACEK organisms can be isolated on routinely used non-selective media, often growing better on chocolate agar than on blood agar.
The HACEK organisms are a group of fastidious Gram-negative bacteria that are an unusual cause of infective endocarditis, which is an inflammation of the heart due to bacterial infection.
In adults, Eikenella species have been shown to cause head and neck infection, sinusitis, pulmonary infection, arthritis, endocarditis, intraabdominal infection, pancreatic abscesses, skull infection, vertebral osteomyelitis, and infection after human bite wounds [2–12].
corrodens is usually a result of poor oral hygiene and or periodontal infection. Manipulation of the gingival or oral mucosa for dental procedures also can predispose patients to infection since E. corrodens is a constituent of the human oral flora.
E. Corrodens does not grow on MacConkey agar. Generally, the organism is biochemically inactive, lacking oxidative and fermentative capabilities and failing to produce urease, indole or hydrogen sulfide (h2S).
Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans (previously Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans) is a Gram-negative, facultative anaerobe, nonmotile bacterium that is often found in association with localized aggressive periodontitis, a severe infection of the periodontium.
Background: Leukotoxin is a bacterial protein that kills WBCs expressing the 2 integrin, leukocyte function antigen-1 (LFA-1). Results: Leukotoxin binds active LFA-1 and induces lysosomal mediated cell death. Conclusion: Leukotoxin kills activated WBCs by two mechanisms involving caspases and lysosomes.
Aggressive periodontitis is a destructive disease characterized by the following: the involvement of multiple teeth with a distinctive pattern of periodontal tissue loss; a high rate of disease progression; an early age of onset; and the absence of systemic diseases.
Porphyromonas endodontalis (formerly Bacteroides endodontalis) is a black-pigmented anaerobic Gram-negative rod which is associated with endodontal infections. It has been isolated from infected dental root canals and submucous abscesses of endodontal origin.
Tannerella forsythia is a non-motile bacterium with filamentous cell morphology when grown with external supply of the essential cell wall sugar N-acetylmuramic acid (MurNAc) .
Porphyromonas gingivalis belongs to the phylum Bacteroidetes and is a nonmotile, Gram-negative, rod-shaped, anaerobic, pathogenic bacterium. It forms black colonies on blood agar.
Treatment procedures of P. gingivalis–mediated diseases such as periodontitis and peri-implantitis focus on the eradication of oral pathogens at the site of infection, usually by surface debridement procedures followed by adjunctive therapies, including the use of antiseptics or/and antibiotics [61–66].
gingivalis is a pathogen, then it would be expected to be detected in most subjects with disease and rarely detected in subjects who are periodontally healthy. However, in most previous studies, P. gingivalis has not been detected in the majority of subjects with disease.
P. gingivalis has the potential to induce inflammation peripherally due to periodontitis  and subsequently in the brain via its intracerebral entry or entry of its virulence factors (LPS and gingipains) [65–67].
- Phonetic spelling of gingivalis. gin-gi-valis.
- Meanings for gingivalis. It is a species of entamoeba.
- Translations of gingivalis. Russian : крови