SPEBStreptococcal Pyrogenic Exotoxin B (immunology)
SPEBState Primary Education Board (Nigeria)
SPEBSidious-Palpatine Estrogen Brigade
SPEBSouth Platte Enhancement Board (Denver, CO)
SPEBSocial and Political Environment of Business (course)
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We detected the chromosomal-encoded speB and speF genes in all isolates.
Application of N fertilizer did not affect SPEb, but reduced SPEN for both the two varieties (Table 3).
SpeB degrades a wide variety of host and bacterial cellular and extracellular components including matrix glycoproteins (FN, vitronectin, laminin, and integrin), IL-1, chemokines, Igs, and complement components.
The presence of speA, speB, speC, speG and smeZ genes were tested by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) as described before [7-10].
All of the GAS isolates harbored speB, and almost all possessed speC, speF, speG, smeZ, and ssa.
(37) provided the first hint for the reciprocal relation between SpeB expression and severity of GAS sepsis, when they observed that isolates recovered from patients with more severe cases expressed no, or significantly less, SpeB compared to those recovered from patients with nonsevere cases.
Inverse relation between disease severity and expression of the streptococcal cysteine protease, SpeB, among clonal M1T1 isolates recovered from invasive group A streptococcal infection cases.
References [63, 64] present fundamental limits of localization performance, in terms of squared position error bound (SPEB), in wideband wireless networks and multipath environments.
The result was decreased secreted protease activity of SpeB, a key virulence factor for tissue destruction and dissemination.
Reciprocal, temporal expression of SpeA and SpeB by invasive M1T1 group a streptococcal isolates in vitro.
Reciprocal, temporal expression of SpeA and SpeB by invasive MIT1 group A streptococcal isolates in vivo.