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    Oxoid Campylobacter Blood Free Selective Agar Base
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    Oxoid Campylobacter Blood Free Selective Agar Base Modified CCDA Preston is for the isolation of Campylobacter jejuni C coli C upsaliensis and C lari at 37°C
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    Thermo Fisher campylobacter blood free selective agar
    Colonization of 3-week-old chickens by C. jejuni 11168H (WT) and 11168H sdaA . Groups of 20 chickens with <t>Campylobacter</t> -free adult gut flora were inoculated with 10 7 CFU of either strain. At weekly intervals, cloacal swabs were taken and the extent of colonization was determined. The data are expressed as a dual percentage of the number of chickens colonized, as assessed by both direct counts (solid black bars) and enrichment counts (hatched bars). See Materials and Methods for further details.
    Oxoid Campylobacter Blood Free Selective Agar Base Modified CCDA Preston is for the isolation of Campylobacter jejuni C coli C upsaliensis and C lari at 37°C
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    1) Product Images from "l-Serine Catabolism via an Oxygen-Labile l-Serine Dehydratase Is Essential for Colonization of the Avian Gut by Campylobacter jejuni"

    Article Title: l-Serine Catabolism via an Oxygen-Labile l-Serine Dehydratase Is Essential for Colonization of the Avian Gut by Campylobacter jejuni

    Journal: Infection and Immunity

    doi: 10.1128/IAI.72.1.260-268.2004

    Colonization of 3-week-old chickens by C. jejuni 11168H (WT) and 11168H sdaA . Groups of 20 chickens with Campylobacter -free adult gut flora were inoculated with 10 7 CFU of either strain. At weekly intervals, cloacal swabs were taken and the extent of colonization was determined. The data are expressed as a dual percentage of the number of chickens colonized, as assessed by both direct counts (solid black bars) and enrichment counts (hatched bars). See Materials and Methods for further details.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colonization of 3-week-old chickens by C. jejuni 11168H (WT) and 11168H sdaA . Groups of 20 chickens with Campylobacter -free adult gut flora were inoculated with 10 7 CFU of either strain. At weekly intervals, cloacal swabs were taken and the extent of colonization was determined. The data are expressed as a dual percentage of the number of chickens colonized, as assessed by both direct counts (solid black bars) and enrichment counts (hatched bars). See Materials and Methods for further details.

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    2) Product Images from "Identification of Potential Environmentally Adapted Campylobacter jejuni Strain, United Kingdom"

    Article Title: Identification of Potential Environmentally Adapted Campylobacter jejuni Strain, United Kingdom

    Journal: Emerging Infectious Diseases

    doi: 10.3201/eid1411.071678

    Numbers and sequence types (STs) of isolates of Campylobacter jejuni from surface water samples compared with numbers of human cases of ST-45 (line) for 2004 and 2005, by 4-week interval. Only the 4 most prevalent human types also identified in water samples are distinguished (ST-257, ST-45, ST-21, and ST-48). The “Other human” category includes all other C. jejuni sequence types found both in human cases in the study and in water samples. The “Other” category includes other C. jejuni sequence types found in water samples but not in human case-patients in the study.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Numbers and sequence types (STs) of isolates of Campylobacter jejuni from surface water samples compared with numbers of human cases of ST-45 (line) for 2004 and 2005, by 4-week interval. Only the 4 most prevalent human types also identified in water samples are distinguished (ST-257, ST-45, ST-21, and ST-48). The “Other human” category includes all other C. jejuni sequence types found both in human cases in the study and in water samples. The “Other” category includes other C. jejuni sequence types found in water samples but not in human case-patients in the study.

    Techniques Used: Sequencing

    3) Product Images from "The Absence of Intervening Sequences in 23S rRNA Genes of Campylobacter coli Isolates from Turkeys Is a Unique Attribute of a Cluster of Related Strains Which Also Lack Resistance to Erythromycin ▿"

    Article Title: The Absence of Intervening Sequences in 23S rRNA Genes of Campylobacter coli Isolates from Turkeys Is a Unique Attribute of a Cluster of Related Strains Which Also Lack Resistance to Erythromycin ▿

    Journal:

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.01995-06

    Detection of the A2075G transition in the 23S rRNA gene of Campylobacter . Sequences are from C. jejuni NCTC 11168 (11168), C. coli RM2228 (RM2228), C. coli 6818 (6818), C. coli 6979 (6979), C. coli strain 6979 Em r transformant (6979T), and C. coli strain
    Figure Legend Snippet: Detection of the A2075G transition in the 23S rRNA gene of Campylobacter . Sequences are from C. jejuni NCTC 11168 (11168), C. coli RM2228 (RM2228), C. coli 6818 (6818), C. coli 6979 (6979), C. coli strain 6979 Em r transformant (6979T), and C. coli strain

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    4) Product Images from "Real-Time Genomic Epidemiological Evaluation of Human Campylobacter Isolates by Use of Whole-Genome Multilocus Sequence Typing"

    Article Title: Real-Time Genomic Epidemiological Evaluation of Human Campylobacter Isolates by Use of Whole-Genome Multilocus Sequence Typing

    Journal: Journal of Clinical Microbiology

    doi: 10.1128/JCM.00066-13

    Neighbor-net phylogenies generated for alleles of rMLST loci for 376 Campylobacter isolates labeled by clonal complex (A), rMLST loci for 89 ST-21 complex isolates representing 34 rMLST types labeled by ST (B), 1,595 loci for 10 isolates belonging to ST-21 complex rMLST strain 3 (C), and 1,605 loci for a subset of five strain 3 isolates, two of which (OXC6266 and OXC6292) were isolated from the same patient on the same day (D). Numerals in blue type indicate the distances (numbers of allelic differences) between isolates.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Neighbor-net phylogenies generated for alleles of rMLST loci for 376 Campylobacter isolates labeled by clonal complex (A), rMLST loci for 89 ST-21 complex isolates representing 34 rMLST types labeled by ST (B), 1,595 loci for 10 isolates belonging to ST-21 complex rMLST strain 3 (C), and 1,605 loci for a subset of five strain 3 isolates, two of which (OXC6266 and OXC6292) were isolated from the same patient on the same day (D). Numerals in blue type indicate the distances (numbers of allelic differences) between isolates.

    Techniques Used: Generated, Labeling, Isolation

    5) Product Images from "Bacteriophage-Mediated Dispersal of Campylobacter jejuni Biofilms ▿"

    Article Title: Bacteriophage-Mediated Dispersal of Campylobacter jejuni Biofilms ▿

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.02704-10

    Transmission electron microscopy to show the effect of treatment with bacteriophage CP8 and CP30 on biofilms of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC 11168 (a, b, and c) and PT14 (d, e, and f): control without phage treatment (a and d), bacteriophage CP8 treatment
    Figure Legend Snippet: Transmission electron microscopy to show the effect of treatment with bacteriophage CP8 and CP30 on biofilms of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC 11168 (a, b, and c) and PT14 (d, e, and f): control without phage treatment (a and d), bacteriophage CP8 treatment

    Techniques Used: Transmission Assay, Electron Microscopy

    Transmission electron microscopy to show the effect of treatment with bacteriophage CP8 (b and e) and CP30 (c and f) on Campylobacter jejuni NCTC 11168 (a, b, and c) and PT14 (d, e, and f) biofilms after 24 h compared to effects in controls without phage
    Figure Legend Snippet: Transmission electron microscopy to show the effect of treatment with bacteriophage CP8 (b and e) and CP30 (c and f) on Campylobacter jejuni NCTC 11168 (a, b, and c) and PT14 (d, e, and f) biofilms after 24 h compared to effects in controls without phage

    Techniques Used: Transmission Assay, Electron Microscopy

    6) Product Images from "Distribution and Genetic Profiles of Campylobacter in Commercial Broiler Production from Breeder to Slaughter in Thailand"

    Article Title: Distribution and Genetic Profiles of Campylobacter in Commercial Broiler Production from Breeder to Slaughter in Thailand

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0149585

    Phylogenetic relationship of Campylobacter jejuni from various sources of broiler production processes. Distribution of sequence types in each production chain (i.e., A, B, C, D and E) and production unit (breeder farm, broiler farm and slaughterhouse) was represented by different shading pattern and geometric shape, respectively. Asterisk (*) defined as unassigned clonal complexes.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Phylogenetic relationship of Campylobacter jejuni from various sources of broiler production processes. Distribution of sequence types in each production chain (i.e., A, B, C, D and E) and production unit (breeder farm, broiler farm and slaughterhouse) was represented by different shading pattern and geometric shape, respectively. Asterisk (*) defined as unassigned clonal complexes.

    Techniques Used: Sequencing

    7) Product Images from "Prevalence of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli in raw milk and some dairy products"

    Article Title: Prevalence of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli in raw milk and some dairy products

    Journal: Veterinary World

    doi: 10.14202/vetworld.2016.1147-1151

    Multiplex-polymerase chain reaction of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli strains isolates from raw milk, Kareish cheese and yoghurt samples. Lane (POS): Positive control. Lane (Neg): Negative control. Lane (L): 100 bp ladder as DNA marker. Lanes 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 are positive for C. jejuni only. Lanes 1, 4, 9 are negative for both C. jejuni and C. coli . Lane 2: The strain gave a weak hippurate reaction.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Multiplex-polymerase chain reaction of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli strains isolates from raw milk, Kareish cheese and yoghurt samples. Lane (POS): Positive control. Lane (Neg): Negative control. Lane (L): 100 bp ladder as DNA marker. Lanes 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 are positive for C. jejuni only. Lanes 1, 4, 9 are negative for both C. jejuni and C. coli . Lane 2: The strain gave a weak hippurate reaction.

    Techniques Used: Multiplex Assay, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Positive Control, Negative Control, Marker

    8) Product Images from "Characterisation of Aerotolerant Forms of a Robust Chicken Colonizing Campylobacter coli"

    Article Title: Characterisation of Aerotolerant Forms of a Robust Chicken Colonizing Campylobacter coli

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00513

    Microaerobic and aerobic growth of Campylobacter on BA and CCDA. Decimal dilutions of suspensions of: (1) C. jejuni NCTC 11168; (2) C. jejuni HPC5; (3) C. coli RM2228; (4) C. coli OR12 WT; (5) C. coli OR12 Aer P38 (aerobic prep); (6) C. coli OR12 Aer P38 (microaerobic prep) inoculated onto: Microaerobically incubated BA (A) and CCDA (B) after 48 h. Aerobically incubated BA (C) and CCDA (D) after 6 days.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Microaerobic and aerobic growth of Campylobacter on BA and CCDA. Decimal dilutions of suspensions of: (1) C. jejuni NCTC 11168; (2) C. jejuni HPC5; (3) C. coli RM2228; (4) C. coli OR12 WT; (5) C. coli OR12 Aer P38 (aerobic prep); (6) C. coli OR12 Aer P38 (microaerobic prep) inoculated onto: Microaerobically incubated BA (A) and CCDA (B) after 48 h. Aerobically incubated BA (C) and CCDA (D) after 6 days.

    Techniques Used: Incubation

    Caecal Campylobacter counts from chickens challenged with, C. coli OR12 WT and Aer P34 at 3 and 7 days post challenge. C. coli WT (red diamonds), C. coli OR12 Aer (black squares). Counts between wild type and aerotolerant strains were statistically significant 3 days post challenge ( p = 0.006) but not at 7 days ( p = 0.0659) using Mann–Whitney U tests.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Caecal Campylobacter counts from chickens challenged with, C. coli OR12 WT and Aer P34 at 3 and 7 days post challenge. C. coli WT (red diamonds), C. coli OR12 Aer (black squares). Counts between wild type and aerotolerant strains were statistically significant 3 days post challenge ( p = 0.006) but not at 7 days ( p = 0.0659) using Mann–Whitney U tests.

    Techniques Used: MANN-WHITNEY

    Schematic representations of the major gluconeogenic and anaplerotic pathways of Campylobacter . Reaction in red are likely to be affected by the mutations in genes pgk (phosphoglycerate kinase) and pycB (pyruvate carboxylase B subunit) present in C. coli OR12 Aer. Modified from Velayudhan and Kelly (2002) .
    Figure Legend Snippet: Schematic representations of the major gluconeogenic and anaplerotic pathways of Campylobacter . Reaction in red are likely to be affected by the mutations in genes pgk (phosphoglycerate kinase) and pycB (pyruvate carboxylase B subunit) present in C. coli OR12 Aer. Modified from Velayudhan and Kelly (2002) .

    Techniques Used: Modification

    Growth and survival of Campylobacter coli strains incubated aerobically on BA at 37°C. C. coli RM2228 (blue), C. coli OR12 WT (red), aerobically prepared C. coli OR12 Aer P32 (black), microaerobically prepared C. coli OR12 Aer P32 (green). Error bars represent standard deviations from three biological replicates. Results are representative of three separate experiments. The limit of detection was 1.3 log 10 CFU.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Growth and survival of Campylobacter coli strains incubated aerobically on BA at 37°C. C. coli RM2228 (blue), C. coli OR12 WT (red), aerobically prepared C. coli OR12 Aer P32 (black), microaerobically prepared C. coli OR12 Aer P32 (green). Error bars represent standard deviations from three biological replicates. Results are representative of three separate experiments. The limit of detection was 1.3 log 10 CFU.

    Techniques Used: Incubation

    9) Product Images from "Genotypes, Antibiotic Resistance, and ST-8 Genetic Clone in Campylobacter Isolates from Sheep and Goats in Grenada"

    Article Title: Genotypes, Antibiotic Resistance, and ST-8 Genetic Clone in Campylobacter Isolates from Sheep and Goats in Grenada

    Journal: Veterinary Medicine International

    doi: 10.1155/2014/212864

    Neighbor-joining tree constructed from 8 ST clones and 3 novel clones identified among 13 Campylobacter jejuni isolates from Grenadian sheep and goat fecal samples. Tree branches are labeled with the corresponding ST assignments.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Neighbor-joining tree constructed from 8 ST clones and 3 novel clones identified among 13 Campylobacter jejuni isolates from Grenadian sheep and goat fecal samples. Tree branches are labeled with the corresponding ST assignments.

    Techniques Used: Construct, Clone Assay, Labeling

    10) Product Images from "Adaptation of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC11168 to High-Level Colonization of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract "

    Article Title: Adaptation of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC11168 to High-Level Colonization of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract

    Journal: Infection and Immunity

    doi: 10.1128/IAI.72.7.3769-3776.2004

    Colonization profiles for pglH and kpsM insertion mutants. (A) C. jejuni 11168H:: kpsM . (B) C. jejuni 11168H:: pglH. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Colonization profiles for pglH and kpsM insertion mutants. (A) C. jejuni 11168H:: kpsM . (B) C. jejuni 11168H:: pglH. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.

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    Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni NCTC11168, unadapted. (B) C. jejuni NCTC11828. (C) C. jejuni PASS67. (D) C. jejuni 11168H. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swab samples were taken at weekly intervals.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni NCTC11168, unadapted. (B) C. jejuni NCTC11828. (C) C. jejuni PASS67. (D) C. jejuni 11168H. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swab samples were taken at weekly intervals.

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    Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni G1. (B) C. jejuni 81-176. (C) C. jejuni 49S. (D) C. jejuni 35R. (E) C. coli DR4. The dark grey bars indicate percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni G1. (B) C. jejuni 81-176. (C) C. jejuni 49S. (D) C. jejuni 35R. (E) C. coli DR4. The dark grey bars indicate percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.

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    11) Product Images from "Investigation of Food and Environmental Exposures Relating to the Epidemiology of Campylobacter coli in Humans in Northwest England ▿"

    Article Title: Investigation of Food and Environmental Exposures Relating to the Epidemiology of Campylobacter coli in Humans in Northwest England ▿

    Journal:

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.00942-09

    Prevalence of Campylobacter spp. isolated from surface waters at five sites on the River Wyre and River Mersey by 4-week period, 2004-2005. All isolates were successfully sequence typed. The total number of samples obtained in each 4-week period (hatched
    Figure Legend Snippet: Prevalence of Campylobacter spp. isolated from surface waters at five sites on the River Wyre and River Mersey by 4-week period, 2004-2005. All isolates were successfully sequence typed. The total number of samples obtained in each 4-week period (hatched

    Techniques Used: Isolation, Sequencing

    12) Product Images from "Longitudinal Study of the Molecular Epidemiology of Campylobacter jejuni in Cattle on Dairy Farms ▿"

    Article Title: Longitudinal Study of the Molecular Epidemiology of Campylobacter jejuni in Cattle on Dairy Farms ▿

    Journal:

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.01669-07

    (a) Overall monthly prevalence of Campylobacter spp. in cattle during the study (January, 27.0%; February, 27.4%; March, 6.8%; April, 41.5%; May, 42.3%; June, 50.8%; July, 26.4%; September, 30.9%;
    Figure Legend Snippet: (a) Overall monthly prevalence of Campylobacter spp. in cattle during the study (January, 27.0%; February, 27.4%; March, 6.8%; April, 41.5%; May, 42.3%; June, 50.8%; July, 26.4%; September, 30.9%;

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    Incubation:

    Article Title: Investigation of Food and Environmental Exposures Relating to the Epidemiology of Campylobacter coli in Humans in Northwest England ▿
    Article Snippet: Campylobacter species were isolated from the water samples by the addition of 10 ml of the water sample to 90 ml of warmed Campylobacter enrichment broth (product code CM0983; Oxoid Ltd., Basingstoke, United Kingdom) and incubated (37°C for 24 h followed by 42°C for 24 h). .. The enrichment broths were then subcultured onto Campylobacter blood-free selective agar (charcoal cefoperazone deoxycholate agar [CCDA], product code CM0739; Oxoid Ltd., Basingstoke, United Kingdom) and incubated (37°C for 48 h) microaerobically, using a microaerobic gas generating kit (product code CN0025; Oxoid Ltd., Basingstoke, United Kingdom). .. Campylobacter colonies were identified by morphology and confirmed by microaerobic and aerobic growth on blood agar, placed in Amies transport medium, and sent to the laboratory in Manchester for DNA extraction and characterization, as described below.

    Article Title: Bacteriophage-Mediated Dispersal of Campylobacter jejuni Biofilms ▿
    Article Snippet: Bacterial cells attached to the glass surfaces were resuspended in maximal recovery diluent (MRD; Oxoid) using a pipette to detach bound cells. .. Serial dilutions (10-fold) were performed; the samples were dispensed in triplicate onto campylobacter blood-free selective agar (CCDA; Oxoid) containing additional agar to 2% (wt/vol) agar to prevent swarming and incubated (under microaerobic conditions at 42°C for 42 h), and the colonies were counted. ..

    Article Title: Antibiotic Resistance of Campylobacter Recovered from Faeces and Carcasses of Healthy Livestock
    Article Snippet: Processing, Isolation, and Identification About 0.2 g of faecal material was plated directly onto mCCDA agar plates (Oxoid CM0698) using sterile swab stick and incubated at 42°C for 48 hrs. .. Carcass swabs together with the transport media were aseptically transferred into sterile bijou bottles and preenriched with 5 mL of blood-free Campylobacter broth (Oxoid CM0963) supplemented with CCDA selective supplement (Oxoid, SRO 155E) and incubated overnight at 37°C. .. The overnight enrichment culture was cultured onto mCCDA agar plate and incubated at 42°C for 48 hrs.

    Modification:

    Article Title: Direct Quantification of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter lanienae in Feces of Cattle by Real-Time Quantitative PCR †
    Article Snippet: To test the specificities of RTQ-PCR primers, conventional PCR was conducted against the following reference strains: Arcobacter butzleri LMG 10243 and LMG 10828, Arcobacter cryaerophilus LMG 10209, Arcobacter skirrowii LMG 6621 and LMG 10238, C. coli ATCC 49941, C. fetus subsp. fetus ATCC 25936, C. hyointestinalis subsp. hyointestinalis ATCC 35217, C. hyointestinalis subsp. lawsonii NCTC 12901, C. jejuni ATCC 49943, C. lanienae L52 and NCTC 13004, C. lari ATCC 35221, C. sputorum subsp. fecalis LMG 8532, Campylobacter sputorum subsp. sputorum LMG 8535, and C. upsaliensis LCDC 5424. .. To obtain biomass, isolates were grown on Campylobacter blood-free selective agar base (modified Campylobacter charcoal differential agar [CCDA]) (Oxoid) without the antibiotic supplement or on Brucella agar without antibiotics. ..

    other:

    Article Title: Bacterial Genetic Fingerprint: a Reliable Factor in the Study of the Epidemiology of Human Campylobacter Enteritis?
    Article Snippet: Human stool samples were plated on blood-free Campylobacter agar (Oxoid, Basingstoke, United Kingdom) supplemented with 32 mg of cefoperazone per liter and 10 mg of amphotericin B per liter.

    Cell Culture:

    Article Title: The Bacterial Species Campylobacter jejuni Induce Diverse Innate Immune Responses in Human and Avian Intestinal Epithelial Cells
    Article Snippet: .. C. jejuni strains were cultured under microaerobic conditions (5% O2 , 10% CO2 , 85% N2 ) on Campylobacter blood free selective medium (mCCDA; Oxoid) plates at 42°C ( ). .. One colony of cultured C. jejuni was then inoculated into Muller-Hinton (MH) broth and grown for 24 h at 42°C before being used in downstream assays.

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    Thermo Fisher campylobacter blood free selective agar
    Colonization profiles for pglH and kpsM insertion mutants. (A) C. jejuni 11168H:: kpsM . (B) C. jejuni 11168H:: pglH. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of <t>Campylobacter</t> , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.
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    Colonization profiles for pglH and kpsM insertion mutants. (A) C. jejuni 11168H:: kpsM . (B) C. jejuni 11168H:: pglH. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.

    Journal: Infection and Immunity

    Article Title: Adaptation of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC11168 to High-Level Colonization of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract

    doi: 10.1128/IAI.72.7.3769-3776.2004

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Colonization profiles for pglH and kpsM insertion mutants. (A) C. jejuni 11168H:: kpsM . (B) C. jejuni 11168H:: pglH. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.

    Article Snippet: Campylobacter blood-free selective plates were prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions from Campylobacter blood-free selective agar (CCDA; CM739; Oxoid) and CCDA selective supplement (SR155; Oxoid).

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    Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni NCTC11168, unadapted. (B) C. jejuni NCTC11828. (C) C. jejuni PASS67. (D) C. jejuni 11168H. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swab samples were taken at weekly intervals.

    Journal: Infection and Immunity

    Article Title: Adaptation of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC11168 to High-Level Colonization of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract

    doi: 10.1128/IAI.72.7.3769-3776.2004

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni NCTC11168, unadapted. (B) C. jejuni NCTC11828. (C) C. jejuni PASS67. (D) C. jejuni 11168H. The dark grey bars indicate the percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swab samples were taken at weekly intervals.

    Article Snippet: Campylobacter blood-free selective plates were prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions from Campylobacter blood-free selective agar (CCDA; CM739; Oxoid) and CCDA selective supplement (SR155; Oxoid).

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    Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni G1. (B) C. jejuni 81-176. (C) C. jejuni 49S. (D) C. jejuni 35R. (E) C. coli DR4. The dark grey bars indicate percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.

    Journal: Infection and Immunity

    Article Title: Adaptation of Campylobacter jejuni NCTC11168 to High-Level Colonization of the Avian Gastrointestinal Tract

    doi: 10.1128/IAI.72.7.3769-3776.2004

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Profiles of C. jejuni colonization. (A) C. jejuni G1. (B) C. jejuni 81-176. (C) C. jejuni 49S. (D) C. jejuni 35R. (E) C. coli DR4. The dark grey bars indicate percentage of each group with direct counts of Campylobacter , and the light grey bars indicate the percentage of each group in which the presence of Campylobacter was determined only upon enrichment. Birds were inoculated when they were 2 weeks old. Swabs samples were taken at weekly intervals.

    Article Snippet: Campylobacter blood-free selective plates were prepared according to the manufacturer's instructions from Campylobacter blood-free selective agar (CCDA; CM739; Oxoid) and CCDA selective supplement (SR155; Oxoid).

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    Prevalence of Campylobacter spp. isolated from surface waters at five sites on the River Wyre and River Mersey by 4-week period, 2004-2005. All isolates were successfully sequence typed. The total number of samples obtained in each 4-week period (hatched

    Journal:

    Article Title: Investigation of Food and Environmental Exposures Relating to the Epidemiology of Campylobacter coli in Humans in Northwest England ▿

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.00942-09

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Prevalence of Campylobacter spp. isolated from surface waters at five sites on the River Wyre and River Mersey by 4-week period, 2004-2005. All isolates were successfully sequence typed. The total number of samples obtained in each 4-week period (hatched

    Article Snippet: The enrichment broths were then subcultured onto Campylobacter blood-free selective agar (charcoal cefoperazone deoxycholate agar [CCDA], product code CM0739; Oxoid Ltd., Basingstoke, United Kingdom) and incubated (37°C for 48 h) microaerobically, using a microaerobic gas generating kit (product code CN0025; Oxoid Ltd., Basingstoke, United Kingdom).

    Techniques: Isolation, Sequencing

    Populations of Campylobacter ), and the asterisks indicate missing data.

    Journal: Applied and Environmental Microbiology

    Article Title: Direct Quantification of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter lanienae in Feces of Cattle by Real-Time Quantitative PCR †

    doi: 10.1128/AEM.70.4.2296-2306.2004

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Populations of Campylobacter ), and the asterisks indicate missing data.

    Article Snippet: To obtain biomass, isolates were grown on Campylobacter blood-free selective agar base (modified Campylobacter charcoal differential agar [CCDA]) (Oxoid) without the antibiotic supplement or on Brucella agar without antibiotics.

    Techniques:

    Campylobacter jejuni strains used within the study. A collection of 100 C. jejuni strains from a variety of sources and sequence types that represent the species.

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: The Bacterial Species Campylobacter jejuni Induce Diverse Innate Immune Responses in Human and Avian Intestinal Epithelial Cells

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01840

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Campylobacter jejuni strains used within the study. A collection of 100 C. jejuni strains from a variety of sources and sequence types that represent the species.

    Article Snippet: C. jejuni strains were cultured under microaerobic conditions (5% O2 , 10% CO2 , 85% N2 ) on Campylobacter blood free selective medium (mCCDA; Oxoid) plates at 42°C ( ).

    Techniques: Sequencing