Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex dna in calcified pleura from remains 1400 years old

Дата канвертавання24.04.2016
Памер14.57 Kb.
Additional file 4: Table S4. References of mycobacterial DNA PCR-amplifications from ancient specimens (Figure 3) [1-24].

1. Donoghue HD, Spigelman M, Zias J, Gernaey-Child AM, Minnikin DE: Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA in calcified pleura from remains 1400 years old. Lett Appl Microbiol 1998, 27: 265-269.

2. Donoghue HD, Holton J, Spigelman M: PCR primers that can detect low levels of Mycobacterium leprae DNA. J Med Microbiol 2001, 50: 177-182.

3. Donoghue HD, Marcsik A, Matheson C, Vernon K, Nuorala E, Molto JE, Greenblatt CL, Spigelman M: Co-infection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium leprae in human archaeological samples: a possible explanation for the historical decline of leprosy. Proc Biol Sci 2005, 272: 389-394.

4. Donoghue HD, Lee OY, Minnikin DE, Besra GS, Taylor JH, Spigelman M: Tuberculosis in Dr Granville's mummy: a molecular re-examination of the earliest known Egyptian mummy to be scientifically examined and given a medical diagnosis. Proc Biol Sci 2010, 277: 51-56.

5. Fletcher HA, Donoghue HD, Taylor GM, van der Zanden AG, Spigelman M: Molecular analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA from a family of 18th century Hungarians. Microbiology 2003, 149: 143-151.

6. Haas CJ, Zink A, Molnar E, Szeimies U, Reischl U, Marcsik A, Ardagna Y, Dutour O, Palfi G, Nerlich AG: Molecular evidence for different stages of tuberculosis in ancient bone samples from Hungary. Am J Phys Anthropol 2000, 113: 293-304.

7. Haas CJ, Zink A, Palfi G, Szeimies U, Nerlich AG: Detection of leprosy in ancient human skeletal remains by molecular identification of Mycobacterium leprae. Am J Clin Pathol 2000, 114: 428-436.

8. Hershkovitz I, Donoghue HD, Minnikin DE, Besra GS, Lee OY, Gernaey AM, Galili E, Eshed V, Greenblatt CL, Lemma E, Bar-Gal GK, Spigelman M: Detection and molecular characterization of 9,000-year-old Mycobacterium tuberculosis from a Neolithic settlement in the Eastern Mediterranean. PLoS One 2008, 3: e3426.

9. Konomi N, Lebwohl E, Mowbray K, Tattersall I, Zhang D: Detection of mycobacterial DNA in Andean mummies. J Clin Microbiol 2002, 40: 4738-4740.

10. Likovsky J, Urbanova M, Hajek M, Cerny V, Cech P: Two cases of leprosy from Zatec (Bohemia), dated to the turn of the 12th century and confirmed by DNA analysis for Mycobacterium leprae. J Archaeol Sci 2006, 33: 1276-1283.

11. Matheson CD, Vernon KK, Lahti A, Fratpietro R, Spigelman M, Gibson S, Greenblatt CL, Donoghue HD, Zissu B: Molecular exploration of the first-century Tomb of the Shroud in Akeldama, Jerusalem. PLoS One 2009, 4: e8319.

12. Mays S, Taylor GM, Legge AJ, Young DB, Turner-Walker G: Paleopathological and biomolecular study of tuberculosis in a medieval skeletal collection from England. Am J Phys Anthropol 2001, 114: 298-311.

13. Montiel R, Garcia C, Canadas MP, Isidro A, Guijo JM, Malgosa A: DNA sequences of Mycobacterium leprae recovered from ancient bones. FEMS Microbiol Lett 2003, 226: 413-414.

14. Rothschild BM, Martin LD, Lev G, Bercovier H, Bar-Gal GK, Greenblatt C, Donoghue H, Spigelman M, Brittain D: Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA from an extinct bison dated 17,000 years before the present. Clin Infect Dis 2001, 33: 305-311.

15. Salo WL, Aufderheide AC, Buikstra J, Holcomb TA: Identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA in a pre-Columbian Peruvian mummy. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1994, 91: 2091-2094.

16. Suzuki K, Takigawa W, Tanigawa K, Nakamura K, Ishido Y, Kawashima A, Wu H, Akama T, Sue M, Yoshihara A, Mori S, Ishii N: Detection of Mycobacterium leprae DNA from archaeological skeletal remains in Japan using whole genome amplification and polymerase chain reaction. PLoS One 2010, 5: e12422.

17. Taylor GM, Goyal M, Legge AJ, Shaw RJ, Young D: Genotypic analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from medieval human remains. Microbiology 1999, 145 ( Pt 4): 899-904.

18. Taylor GM, Widdison S, Brown IN, Young D: A mediaeval case of lepromatos leprosy from 13-14th century Orkney, Scotland. J Archaeol Sci 2000, 27: 1133-1138.

19. Taylor GM, Watson CL, Bouwman AS, Lockwood DNJ, Mays SA: Variable nucleotide tandem repeat (VNTR) typing of two palaeopathological cases of lepromatous leprosy from Mediaeval England. J Archaeol Sci 2006, 33: 1569-1579.

20. Taylor GM, Blau S, Mays S, Monot M, Lee OYC, Minnikin DE, Besra GS, Cole ST, Rutland P: Mycobacterium leprae genotype amplified from an archaeological case of lepromatous leprosy in Central Asia. J Archaeol Sci 2009, 36: 2408-2414.

21. Taylor GM, Donoghue HD: Multiple loci variable number tandem repeat (VNTR) analysis (MLVA) of Mycobacterium leprae isolates amplified from European archaeological human remains with lepromatous leprosy. Microbes Infect 2011, 13: 923-929.

22. Watson CL, Lockwood DN: Single nucleotide polymorphism analysis of European archaeological M. leprae DNA. PLoS One 2009, 4: e7547.

23. Zink A, Haas CJ, Reischl U, Szeimies U, Nerlich AG: Molecular analysis of skeletal tuberculosis in an ancient Egyptian population. J Med Microbiol 2001, 50: 355-366.

24. Zink AR, Sola C, Reischl U, Grabner W, Rastogi N, Wolf H, Nerlich AG: Characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNAs from Egyptian mummies by spoligotyping. J Clin Microbiol 2003, 41: 359-367.

База данных защищена авторским правом © 2016
звярнуцца да адміністрацыі

    Галоўная старонка