|1.||Ehling-Schulz, Monika: 10 articles (09/2015 - 01/2005)|
|2.||Scherer, Siegfried: 7 articles (09/2015 - 01/2005)|
|3.||Frenzel, Elrike: 5 articles (09/2015 - 02/2011)|
|4.||Lücking, Genia: 3 articles (09/2015 - 03/2009)|
|5.||Shaheen, Ranad: 3 articles (09/2008 - 01/2005)|
|6.||Salkinoja-Salonen, Mirja S: 3 articles (05/2008 - 11/2005)|
|7.||Fricker, Martina: 3 articles (03/2007 - 01/2006)|
|8.||Hofmann, Thomas: 2 articles (09/2015 - 01/2015)|
|9.||Stark, Timo D: 2 articles (09/2015 - 01/2015)|
|10.||Swiecicka, Izabela: 2 articles (04/2015 - 04/2014)|
05/01/2013 - "This new method will provide clinicians with an improved tool for more rapidly and quantitatively determining the presence of cereulide in food and diagnosing food poisoning caused by cereulide."
01/01/2015 - "The method is fully validated based on Commission Decision 2002/657/EC, suitable for routine analysis, and has been used to analyse samples from a cereulide food poisoning outbreak in a kindergarten in Norway. "
04/01/2014 - "The most striking observations were as follows: (1) more than one emetic pulsotype can be observed in a single outbreak; (2) the number of distinct isolates involved in emetic intoxications is limited, and these potentially clonal strains frequently occurred in successive and independent food poisoning cases; (3) isolates from different countries displayed identical profiles; and (4) the cereulide-producing psychrotolerant B. "
05/01/2013 - "Spiked cereulide was reproducibly recovered with over 67% efficiency from nine diverse foods implicated in cereulide food poisoning. "
05/01/2013 - "To differentially diagnose the emetic-type of foodborne disease caused by B. cereus and assess the safety of commercial food, we developed a rapid method to quantitate cereulide. "
04/01/2015 - "Bacillus cereus, the Gram-positive and spore-forming ubiquitous bacterium, may cause emesis as the result of food intoxication with cereulide, a heat-stable emetic toxin. "
02/01/2015 - "In contrast, emesis is caused by the ingestion of the depsipeptide toxin cereulide, which is produced in B. "
09/01/2002 - "As the emesis causing concentration of cereulide is around 10 microg/kg of total body mass, our results suggest that emesis causing or even lower doses of cereulide may also have a systemic natural killer cell suppressive effect."
07/15/1995 - "Emesis of rhesus monkeys induced by intragastric administration with the HEp-2 vacuolation factor (cereulide) produced by Bacillus cereus."
12/01/2011 - "Even though high toxin levels were observed, to date there are no known reports on diarrhea or vomiting due to the consumption or afitin, iru and sonru in Benin, which also according to the present study is likely to be expected from the low levels of cereulide produced at 40 °C."
|5.||Gastrointestinal Diseases (Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders)
03/01/2009 - "Cereulide, a depsipeptide structurally related to the antibiotic valinomycin, is responsible for the emetic type of gastrointestinal disease caused by Bacillus cereus. "
01/01/2006 - "Cereulide, a depsipeptide structurally related to valinomycin, is responsible for the emetic type of gastrointestinal disease caused by Bacillus cereus. "
01/01/2005 - "Cereulide, a depsipeptide structurally related to valinomycin, is responsible for the emetic type of gastrointestinal disease caused by Bacillus cereus. "
07/01/2006 - "Very different toxins are responsible for the two types of gastrointestinal diseases caused by Bacillus cereus: the diarrhoeal syndrome is linked to nonhemolytic enterotoxin NHE, hemolytic enterotoxin HBL, and cytotoxin K, whereas emesis is caused by the action of the depsipeptide toxin cereulide. "
01/01/2015 - "Bacillus cereus is among the microorganisms most often isolated from cases of food spoilage and causes gastrointestinal diseases as well as nongastrointestinal infections elicited by the emetic toxin cereulide, enterotoxins, and a panel of tissue-destructive virulence factors. "
|1.||DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
|4.||phosphatidylcholine-specific phospholipase C
|5.||Phosphoinositide Phospholipase C
|6.||5-HT3 Serotonin Receptors (5 HT3 Receptor)
|7.||Virulence Factors (Pathogenicity Factors)
|9.||Sphingomyelin Phosphodiesterase (Sphingomyelinase)