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In contrast, linkage disequilibrium in a population of Rhizobium meliloti exists because the sample consisted of two genetically isolated divisions, often fixed for different alleles: within each division association between loci was almost random.
The method of analysis is appropriate whenever there is doubt about the extent of genetic recombination between members of a population. To illustrate this we analyzed data on protozoan parasites and again found panmictic, epidemic, and clonal population structures. As discussed here, the quest for a clearer comparison of genomic relatedness between bacterial clinical isolates has involved four generations of molecular iteration. First generation plasmid analysis gave way to a second generation use of restriction enzymes and probes.
These subdivisions in Salmonella enterica are called serovars, some of which are thought to be associated with particular diseases and epidemiology. Some clusters correspond to serovars on a one to one basis. But many clusters include multiple serovars, which is of public health significance, and most serovars span multiple, unrelated clusters. Despite its broad usage, serological typing of S. We recommend that serotyping for strain discrimination of S. Moving away from these methods will require a major shift in thinking by public health microbiology laboratories as well as national and international agencies.
Twenty-nine percent of specimens of E. Many of the strains had lost the ability to produce enterotoxins. These antigens were found on strains with heat-stable or heat-stable and heat-labile enterotoxin but not on strains producing only heat-labile enterotoxin. Short oligonucleotide probes were designed based on publicly available sequence data of selected genes responsible for O and H antigen biosynthesis.
The microarray was tested against 16 Salmonella strains of known serotype. Based on the strains tested in this study, these probes successfully identified and differentiated 11 of the 12 antigens targeted. Our array consists of 70 mers targeting core genes of Salmonella enterica, subspecies I specific genes, fimbrial genes, pathogenicity islands, Gifsy elements and other variable genes.
Based on this profile, we developed a Matlab programme that compares the profile of an unknown sample to all 14 reference serovar profiles and give out the closest serovar match. Since we have included probes targeting most of the virulence genes and variable genes in Salmonella, in addition to using for serovar detection this array could also be used for studying the virulence gene content and also for evaluating the genetic relation between different isolates of Salmonella.
A set of strains representative of Salmonella serovars was assembled to validate the array and to test the array probes for accuracy, specificity, and reproducibility. Initially, 76 known serovars were utilized to validate the specificity and repeatability of the array probes and their expected probe patterns.
I samples serotyped using traditional methods. This approach facilitates the comparison of the genetic population structure of microorganisms isolated from different environments and improves the objective assessment of the discriminatory power of typing techniques. This article proposes several criteria which isolate specific aspects of the performance of a method, such as its retrieval of inherent structure, its sensitivity to resampling and the stability of its results in the light of new data.
These criteria depend on a measure of similarity between two different clusterings of the same set of data; the measure essentially considers how each pair of data points is assigned in each clustering. We begin by reviewing a well-known measure of partition correspondence often attributed to Rand , discuss the issue of correcting this index for chance, and note that a recent normalization strategy developed by Morey and Agresti and adopted by others e.
Then, the general problem of comparing partitions is approached indirectly by assessing the congruence of two proximity matrices using a simple cross-product measure. They are generated from corresponding partitions using various scoring rules. Finally, we propose a measure based on the comparison of object triples having the advantage of a probabilistic interpretation in addition to being corrected for chance i.
This index may be used to compare typing methods and select the most discriminatory system. Because current typing techniques are time-consuming, cost-intensive, technically demanding, and difficult to standardize, we developed a rapid and cost-effective method for typing of L. In all, clinical L. The tested L. This method provides a rapid and powerful screening tool for simultaneous preliminary typing of up to samples in approximately 2 hours.
For microbial pathogens, phylogenies derived from whole genome sequences are becoming more common, as large numbers of characters distributed across entire genomes can yield extremely accurate phylogenies, particularly for strictly clonal populations. The availability of whole genomes is increasing as new sequencing technologies reduce the cost and time required for genome sequencing.
Until entire sample collections can be fully sequenced, harnessing the phylogenetic power from whole genome sequences in more than a small subset of fully sequenced strains requires the integration of whole genome and partial genome genotyping data.
Such integration involves discovering evolutionarily stable polymorphic characters by whole genome comparisons, then determining allelic states across a wide panel of isolates using high-throughput genotyping technologies. Despite recent phylogenetic work detailing the strengths and biases of integrating whole genome and partial genome genotype data, these issues are relatively new and remain poorly understood by many researchers.
Here, we revisit these biases and provide strategies for maximizing phylogenetic accuracy. Although we write this review with bacterial pathogens in mind, these concepts apply to any clonally reproducing population or indeed to any evolutionarily stable marker that is inherited in a strictly clonal manner. Understanding the ways in which current and emerging technologies can be used to maximize phylogenetic knowledge is advantageous only with a complete understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of these methods.
Sequencing projects have traditionally used long — base pair reads, but the existence of reference sequences for the human and many other genomes makes it possible to develop new, fast approaches to re-sequencing, whereby shorter reads are compared to a reference to identify intraspecies genetic variation. Here we report an approach that generates several billion bases of accurate nucleotide sequence per experiment at low cost.
Images of the surface are analysed to generate high-quality sequence. We demonstrate application of this approach to human genome sequencing on flow-sorted X chromosomes and then scale the approach to determine the genome sequence of a male Yoruba from Ibadan, Nigeria.
We characterize four million single-nucleotide polymorphisms and four hundred thousand structural variants, many of which were previously unknown. Our approach is effective for accurate, rapid and economical whole-genome re-sequencing and many other biomedical applications. Keira and Cox, Anthony J. Neil and Crake, Natasha R. Fuentes and Furey, W. Chris and Pliskin, Daniel P. But when an accurate. Microbiologists are struggling to summarize their genetic diversity and classify them, which has resulted in heated debates on methods for defining species, mechanisms that lead to speciation and whether microbial species even exist.
This Review proposes that decisions on the existence of species and methods to define them should be guided by a method-free species concept that is based on cohesive evolutionary forces. It summarizes current approaches to defining species and the problems of these approaches, and presents selected examples of the population genetic patterns at and below the species level.
A genetic fingerprint-like database of a large collection of strains established with this two-stage approach would be very useful for identification, genotyping, origin tracing, and risk estimation of V. National and international initiatives that rely on the application of these typing methods have brought significant insight into the molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis.
They can often not distinguish between genetically closely related strains and the turn-over of these markers is variable. Our results showed that phylogenetic trees derived from these multilocus sequence data were highly congruent and statistically robust, irrespective of the phylogenetic methods used. Our findings have implications for strain typing in other genetically monomorphic bacteria.
Some examples were worked out using reported globin sequences to show that synonymous substitutions occur at much higher rates than amino acid-altering substitutions in evolution. Methods successfully exploited for prokaryotic genome analysis have proved difficult to apply to eukaryotes, however, as larger genomes may contain multiple paralogous genes, and sequence information is often incomplete.
Analysis of clusters incorporating P. This should imply an objective detection of overlaps and divergences between the formed clusters. The congruence between classifications can be quantified by clustering agreement measures, including pairwise agreement measures. Several measures have been proposed and the importance of obtaining confidence intervals for the point estimate in the comparison of these measures has been highlighted.
A broad range of methods can be used for the estimation of confidence intervals. However, evidence is lacking about what are the appropriate methods for the calculation of confidence intervals for most clustering agreement measures.
Here we evaluate the resampling techniques of bootstrap and jackknife for the calculation of the confidence intervals for clustering agreement measures. Contrary to what has been shown for some statistics, simulations showed that the jackknife performs better than the bootstrap at accurately estimating confidence intervals for pairwise agreement measures, especially when the agreement between partitions is low. The coverage of the jackknife confidence interval is robust to changes in cluster number and cluster size distribution.
This relationship also allows the estimation of the expected Wallace value under the assumption of independence of classifications. This behaviour is robust to changes in cluster number, cluster size distributions and sample size. Paradis and J. Claude and K. Food samples obtained from the refrigerator of the patients included imitation crab meat, canned black olives, macaroni and vegetable salad, spaghetti sauce with meatballs, mayonnaise and water.
All of the samples except the water contained Listeria monocytogenes. The three most heavily contaminated samples were the imitation crab meat, the olives and the salad which contained 2. Challenge studies performed with a pool of L.
In this study we have shown for the first time the potential involvement of imitation crab meat in a small outbreak of listeriosis. In terms of disease prevention, temperature control is critical to prevent or reduce the growth of this foodborne pathogen. Here, we report a cluster of cases associated with a single family and describe an open-source genomic analysis of an isolate from one member of the family. In less than a week, these studies revealed that the outbreak strain belonged to an enteroaggregative E.
As of July 22, a large number of cases of diarrhea caused by Shiga-toxin—producing E. Preliminary genetic characterization of the outbreak strain suggested that, unlike most of these strains, it should be classified within the enteroaggregative pathotype of E.
Genomewide comparisons were performed with the use of these enteroaggregative E. The enteroaggregative E. Our findings suggest that horizontal genetic exchange allowed for the emergence of the highly virulent Shiga-toxin—producing enteroaggregative E. More broadly, these findings highlight the way in which the plasticity of bacterial genomes facilitates the emergence of new pathogens.
To better explore the genetic ancestry of the Haiti outbreak strain, we acquired 23 whole-genome Vibrio. Phylogenies for whole-genome sequences and core genome single-nucleotide polymorphisms showed that the Haiti outbreak strain is genetically related to strains originating in India and Cameroon. However, because no identical genetic match was found among sequenced contemporary isolates, a definitive genetic origin for the outbreak in Haiti remains speculative.
Genomics has become increasingly prominent in the public health response to enteric pathogens as methods enable characterization of pathogens at an unprecedented level of resolution. However, the cost of sequencing and expertise required for bioinformatic analyses remains prohibitive, and these comprehensive analyses are limited to a few priority strains. Although several molecular typing methods are currently widely used for epidemiological analysis of campylobacters, it is not clear how accurately these methods reflect true strain relationships.
Analyses of the strengths and weaknesses of widely used typing methodologies in inferring true strain relationships will provide guidance in the interpretation of this data for epidemiological purposes. Despite extensive genomic similarity between these strains, key differences included the distribution of toxin and antimicrobial drug-resistance determinants. The purpose of the study was to determine whether genetically similar strains colonise different environmental niches in the processing factory and thereby determining the possible contamination source or pathways.
The processing factory was divided into four zones 1—4 based on the proximity to the samples. The overall prevalence of L. The L. The final product cold-smoked salmon was contaminated with two major types of L. This suggests that, in addition to the fish processing line, L. Each zone had one dominating strain type, thus leading to the hypothesis that specific L. Although, these areas would be rigorously cleaned before the start of the production, there seems to be the existence of resistant L.
In order to minimise the problem observed in this study, new cleaning and disinfection protocols should be considered. To gain insight into the genetic relatedness and potential virulence of L. Allelic-profile-based comparisons grouped L. All but one rhombencephalitis isolate from cattle were located in clonal complex A.
In contrast, food and environmental isolates mainly clustered into clonal complex C, and none was classified as clonal complex A. Categorical coefficient - what is it? The development of genome sequencing has shown that such sequences were present in every species analyzed, and that polymorphism exists in at least a fraction of them. The length of these repetitions can vary from a single nucleotide to a few hundreds. This has implications for both the techniques used to measure the repeat number and the level of variability.
In addition, tandem repeats can be part of coding regions or be intergenic and may play a direct role in the adaptation to the environment, thus having different observed evolution rates. Although reasonable discrimination can be achieved with the typing of six to eight markers, in particular in species with high genomic diversity, it may be necessary to type 20 to 40 markers in monomorphic species or if an evolutionary meaningful assay is needed.
Homoplasy in the present context, two alleles containing the same repeat copy number in spite of a different history is then compensated by the analysis of multiple markers. Finally, even if the underlying principles are relatively simple, quality standards must be implemented before this approach is widely accepted, and technology issues must be resolved to further lower the typing costs.
The phylogenetic structure of L. This work provides a reference evolutionary framework for future studies on L. It is known that many distinct strains of this pathogen exist, and that they differ in their virulence and epidemic potential.
Unfortunately, there is currently no standard definition of strains and no comprehensive overview of their evolution. To tackle these serious limitations to the control of listeriosis and to improve knowledge of how virulence evolves, we characterized a large collection of isolates with sequence-based genotyping methods.
We were thus able to identify precisely the most prevalent clones of L. We also determined how these clones evolved from their common ancestor and the evolutionary history by which they acquired their phenotypic characteristics, such as antigenic structures. Finally, we show that some particular strains tend to lose a virulence factor that plays a crucial role in infection in humans. This is a rare example of evolution towards reduced virulence of pathogens, and the discovery of the selective forces behind this phenomenon may have important epidemiological and biological implications.
The software enables multiple isolate databases to query a single profiles database that contains allelic profile and sequence definitions. This separation enables isolate databases to be established by individual laboratories, each customised to the needs of the particular project and with appropriate access restrictions, while maintaining the benefits of a single definitive source of profile and sequence information.
The software offers a large number of ways to query the databases and to further break down and export the results generated. Additional features can be enabled by installing third-party freely available tools. Commonly used subtyping methods, such as serotyping, phage typing, ribotyping, and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis, can yield ambiguous results that are difficult to standardize and share among laboratories. We report the development of a rational approach for designing sequence-based subtyping methods.
Listeria monocytogenes was selected as the model organism for testing the efficacy of this approach. Isolates were chosen from a representative collection of more than 1, L. Colin and Kreger, Arnold S. It has proved useful in characterizing and monitoring disease-causing and antibiotic resistant lineages of bacteria.
The strength of this approach is that unlike data obtained using most other typing methods, sequence data are unambiguous, can be held on a central database and be queried through a web server. A database-driven software system mlstdb has been developed, which is used by public health laboratories and researchers globally to query their nucleotide sequence data against centrally held databases over the internet.
The mlstdb system consists of a set of perl scripts for defining the database tables and generating the database management interface and dynamic web pages for querying the databases. For each locus, alleles were assigned arbitrary numbers and dendrograms were constructed from the pairwise differences in multilocus allelic profiles by cluster analysis. The strain associations obtained were consistent with clonal groupings previously determined by multilocus enzyme electrophoresis.
A subset of six gene fragments was chosen that retained the resolution and congruence achieved by using all 11 loci. Most isolates from hyper-virulent lineages of serogroups A, B, and C meningococci were identical for all loci or differed from the majority type at only a single locus. The molecular epidemiological data, timely coordination and exchange of information should help to reduce the incidence of listeriosis in Canada. In Canada, listeriosis is not a national notifiable disease, except for the province of Quebec, where it has been since Nine housekeeping genes were analyzed in a set of 62 strains isolated from different sources and geographic locations in Spain.
The sequence analysis of the seven remaining genes showed 29 different allelic combinations, with 22 of them represented by only one strain. The Discrimination Index calculated for the two techniques was 0. In conclusion the two methods can be perfectly integrated for high-resolution genotyping of L. Based on concatenated sequences, a total of 33 allotypes were differentiated among the 34 isolates tested. Population genetics analyses revealed three lineages of L. Lineage I appeared to be completely clonal, whereas representatives of the other lineages demonstrated evidence of horizontal gene transfer and recombination.
In the L. While it appears that different lineages of L. The aims of this study were 1 to evaluate the L. The percentage of L. Six of those ribogroups were shared between strains contaminating both kinds of sausages. In conclusion, L. However, We evaluated L. Over a 6-mo period, environmental samples were collected and analyzed for L. Listeria monocytogenes was detected in 6. Crates, drains, and floor samples showed the highest contamination rates, with Finished products and food contact surfaces were positive in only one plant.
This ribotype was persistent and widespread in one factory, where it was also responsible for the contamination of finished products. We hypothesize that this ribotype may represent a clonal group with a specific ability to persist in food processing environments. While previous listeriosis outbreaks were linked to Latin-style fresh cheeses made from unpasteurized milk, the presence of this organism in pasteurized cheese products illustrates that persistent environmental contamination also represents an important source of finished product contamination.
The combination of these virulence gene alleles and ribotype patterns separated L. The clinical history of the L. We have adapted a commercially available set of L. Rather than subjective visualization of agglutination, positive antigen and antiserum reactions were scored by a quantitative, colorimetric reaction.
In addition, mixed-serotype cultures of L. Among the 13 L. To investigate the genetic diversity of L. These sequences included seven genes coding for surface proteins, two of which belong to the internalin family, and three genes coding for transcriptional regulators, all of which might be important in different steps of the infectious process.
Hybridization results showed that all of the previously identified virulence factors of L. However, distinct patterns of the presence or absence of other genes were identified among the different L. These results allow new insights into the evolution of L. The identification of 30 L. Gatten, Jeffrey N. Gay, Geri K. Jones, Robert H. Geleijnse, Hans, Jola G. Gellmann, Jennifer S. And What Are They Reading? George, Gerald, Deanna B. Marcum, Who Uses What? Giarlo, Michael J.
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