Serratia marcescens
Serratia marcescens is a member of the family Enterobacteriaceae and a human pathogen responsible for a large percentage of nosocomial infections involving the urinary tract infections, in cystic fibrosis, and in burns. Cultures of Serratia marcescens have been isolated from soil. From a health safety standpoint, Serratia marcescens is of great concern due to its increasing number of cases, virulence and its increasing resistance to antibiotics.

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Which Bacteria Will Thrive in Direct Competition between Serratia marcescens and Sarcinae lutea? - by Martin Duran.

SME-Type Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing Class A ß-Lactamases from Geographically Diverse Serratia marcescens Strains - by Anne Marie Queenan, Carlos Torres-Viera, Howard S. Gold, Yehuda Carmeli, George M. Eliopoulos, Robert C. Moellering Jr., John P. Quinn, Janet Hindler, Antone A. Medeiros, and Karen Bush.

Serratia Marcescens by Comm Tech Lab, Michigan State Univeristy

M72-2 Serratia Marcescens from CMPT - by the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Serratia from eMedicine Journal - by Basilio J Anía, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Universidad De Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain.

Detection and Culture of Bartonella quintana, Serratia marcescens, and Acinetobacter spp. from Decontaminated Human Body Lice - by Bernard La Scola, Pierre-Edouard Fournier, Philippe Brouqui, and Didier Raoult.

Serratia - by University of Texas - Houston Medical School.

Effectiveness of Different Household Products on the Bacteria Serratia Marcescens - by Pam Saenger.

Endophytic Colonization of Rice by a Diazotrophic Strain of Serratia marcescens - by Prasad Gyaneshwar, Euan K. James, Natarajan Mathan, Pallavolu M. Reddy, Barbara Reinhold-Hurek, and Jagdish K. Ladha.

Serratia marcescens Bizio 1823AL (Bacteria) - by DSMZ-Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbH, (German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures) Braunschweig, Germany.

Peptidases of Serratia marcescens

Protein: beta-Lactamase, class A from Serratia marcescens, Sme-1 - generated from scop database.

Serratia - by Cesar Deguzman.

A Novel Class A Extended-Spectrum ß-Lactamase (BES-1) in Serratia marcescens Isolated in Brazil - by R. Bonnet, J. L. M. Sampaio, C. Chanal, D. Sirot, C. De Champs, J. L. Viallard, R. Labia, and J. Sirot.

An experiment on the growth of Serratia marcescens in formulated fluids for transfusion kept at room temperature - by Miyoko Endoh, Rumi Okuno, Yukako Shimojima, Iwao Murata, Hiromasa Sekine, and Yataro Kokubo, Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratoy of Public Health.

Serratia virulence factors - by Jonathan Ewbank, Jawade Bazine, Carole Couillault, Léopold Kurz, Anne Millet, Nathalie Pujol.

Interview with Dr. Maryanne Simurda - by Sarah Cathryn Pollan.

Directories - Hubs

Serratia Marcescens by the Foundation of Bacteriology


A Strain Of Serratia Marcescens With High Virulence Per Os To The Corn Earworm - by Farrar Robert R, Martin Phyllis A, Ridgway Richard L.

Investigation of a Nosocomial Outbreak Due to Serratia marcescens in a Maternity Hospital - by Philippe Berthelot, MD, MPH; Florence Grattard, MD, PhD; Colette Amerger, RN; Marie-Claude Frery, DrPH; Frédéric Lucht, MD; Bruno Pozzetto, MD, PhD; Philippe Fargier, MD.

Conformation of the C-terminal secretion signal of the Serratia marcescens haem acquisition protein (HasA) in amphipols solution, a new class of surfactant - by N. Wolff and M. Delepierre.

Parameters of Serratia marcescens transmission by the squash bug, Anasa tristis - by Blake Bextine, A. Wayadande, J. Fletcher, Oklahoma State University, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Stillwater, OK; Sam D. Pair, B.D. Bruton, USDA ARS, SCARL, Wes Watkins Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Lane, OK; Forrest L. Mitchell, Texas A&M University, Research & Extension Center.

The Serratia marcescens hemolysin is secreted but not activated by stable protoplast-type L-forms of Proteus mirabilis - by Stefan Sieben, Ralf Hertle, Johannes Gumpert, V. Braun.

The Thermal Unfolding of Chitinase A from the Mesophile Serratia marcescens - by A. Tsortos, S. Pyrpassopoulos, Y. Papanikolau, A. Zees, C.E. Vorgias, K. Petratos and G. Nounesis.

Serratia Marcescens Meningoencephalitis in Preterm Infants: Description of two Cases and Review of the Literature - by Berger A, Haiden N, Klebermass K, Prusa A, Messerschmidt A, Birnbacher R, Kohlhauser C, University Children's Hospital Vienna. Vienna, Austria.

Evaluation of serratia marcescens bacteriophage as a tracer and a model for virus removal in waste stabilisation ponds - by G. L. Frederick.

The Development Of Technology For Production Of Serratia Marcescens Endonuclease And The Perspectives For Its Use - by Ju.S.Alikin, L.P.Senzhenko, V.P.Klimenko, Research Design and Technology Institute of Biologically Active Substances, Russia.

Serratia marcescens infections in neonatal departments: description of an outbreak and review of the literature - by van-Ogtrop-M-L, van-Zoeren-Grobben-D, Verbakel-Salomons-E-M, van- Boven-C-P, Department of Medical Microbiology, Leiden University Hospital, The Netherlands.

Growth and biosynthesis of endochitinase of serratia marcescens - by E.V.Petukhova, R.B.Sokolova, D.V.Yusupova, Kazan State University, Tatarstan, Russia.

Serratia marcescens cellulitis with abscess formation and ulceration - from the Washington University School Medicine, St. Louis, MO.

Images - Slides

Pigment of Serratia marcescens - by Dr. Gary E. Kaiser.

Serratia marcescens endonuclease - by Brian W. Beck, Inst. for Molec. Design, University of Houston, Houston, TX.

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Crystal Structure of a GCN5-Related N-acetyltransferase: Serratia marcescens Aminoglycoside 3-N-acetyltransferase - by Eva Wolf, Alex Vassilev, Yasutaka Makino, Andrej Sali, Yoshihiro Nakatani, and Stephen K. Burley.

Endogenous Endophthalmitis Due to Serratia marcescens - by Mark A. Marinella and Ronald Warwar.

Spectrophotometric Assay of Gene Expression: Serratia marcescens Pigmentation - by Pryce L. Haddix, Harris Stowe State College and Terry F. Werner.

Measurement of Mutation to Antibiotic Resistance: Ampicillin Resistance in Serratia marcescens - by Pryce L. Haddix, Eric T. Paulsen and Terry F. Werner.

Chitinases from Serratia marcescens - by May Bente Brurberg, Sonja Sletner Klemsdal, Leif Sundheim, The Norwegian Crop Research Institute, Norway; Bjørnar Synstad, Vincent G.H. Eijsink, Department of
Chemistry and Biotechnology, Agricultural University of Norway; Daan M.F. van Aalten, Department of Biochemistry, University of Dundee, Scotland.

The effect of insect-infection with Serratia marcescens and Beauvaria bassiana on the invasion and recovery of the insect-pathogenic nematode Heterorhabditis indica - by Omar M. Dar-Issa, Michael A. Sansour, Linda Attyeh, and Naim M. Iraki, UNESCO Biotechnology Educational and Training Center (UNESCO BETCEN) for Palestinian Territory and Arab Countries. Bethlehem University. Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory.

Structure of a two-domain chitotriosidase from Serratia marcescens at 1.9  A resolution - by D.M.F. van Aalten, B. Synstad , E. Hough, B. W. Riise V.G.H. Eijsink and R.K. Wierenga.

Use of pulsed-field gel electrophoresis to study serratia marcenscens infections in a nicu - by G. Liossis, J. Sofatzis, , H. Kada,T. Lazaraki, A.C. Vatopoulos, P.T. Tassios, Athens University Medical School, Greece.

Complexes of mutant Chitinase A (ChiA) from the bacterium Serratia marcescens with substrate - by K. Petratos, Y. Papanikolau and G. Tavlas, IMBB-FORTH, Heraklion, Greece.

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