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By James Butcher, Alain Stintzi

​ Campylobacter jejuni (C. jejuni) is usually considered as the single of the most typical factors of bacterial gastroenteritis all over the world. The objective of this quantity is to spotlight key protocols for operating with C. jejuni. particularly, chapters goal to focus on fresh advancements just about in vivo versions for C. jejuni pathogenesis, assorted methods to isolate Campylobacter, and a structures biology method for learning the impact of all power Campylobacter gene mutants.Written within the hugely winning Methods in Molecular Biologyseries structure, chapters contain introductions to their respective themes, lists of the required fabrics and reagents, step by step, quite simply reproducible laboratory protocols, and pointers on troubleshooting and keeping off identified pitfalls.

Authoritative and state-of-the-art, <Campylobacter jejuni: tools and Protocols encourages current Campylobacter researchers to hire novel how to additional their very own examine and in addition encourages new researchers to incorporate Campylobacter of their destiny examine initiatives.

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15. Ensure that the phage suspension is not contaminated, by observing a clear, not cloudy suspension. Some of the phages might result in a salt-like precipitation, and therefore this should not be considered as a marker of contamination. 16. Repeat this step with 200 μL SM buffer and 400 μL fresh propagation strain as a negative control to ensure that the SM buffer was not contaminated with any other phage. 17. 5). 18. The response of C. jejuni strains to phage infection is highly variable and with each phage it is possible to observe a broad diversity in plaque formation.

2. To be sure that the media is sterile, preferably add the divalent solutions to the BHI the day before use and incubate the cBHI overnight at 37 °C. Check for contaminating growth by observing turbidity. 3. NCZYM plates can be made up to 2 weeks before use and stored at 4–5 °C. Storage for more than 2 days should be at 4–5 °C. For optimal plaque formation, pour the plates a day before use and leave them overnight on the bench at room temperature. These plates can then be used without any drying period.

Genomic DNA from appropriate control strains should be prepared in the same way as from the test strains and included in every PCR experiment. 5. 25 μL TaKaRa Ex Taq (5 units/μL), 5 μL 10× Ex Taq Buffer, 4 μL dNTP Mixture, 2 μL working solution of each forward and reverse primers (Table 1), 2–4 μL DNA template (approximately 100 ng total DNA) and appropriate amount of sterile DI water to bring the final reaction volume to 50 μL total. All reagents, in particular the polymerase, should be kept on ice until use.

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