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This information is supposed to support cooperation between researchers from different European countries
and thus enhance the development of a European Research Area for PathoGenoMics .
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|Name:||Prof. Dr. Nagy, Elisabeth|
|Institution:||University of Szeged, Medical School, Dept. Clinical Microbiology|
|1) molecular detection and examination of antibiotic resistance and virulence factors of the main anaerobic pathogens; 2) investigation of the mechanisms of carbapenem and metronidazole resistance of Bacteroides species; 3) examination of the imipenem (cfiA) and metronidazole (nimA-G) gene activation mechanisms by insertion sequence insertions in Bacteroides species; 4) detection of the enteroxin genes of B. fragilis (bft1-3) and Clostridium difficile (tcdA-B, cdtA-B); 5) molecular epidemiologic (PFGE, AP-PCR, RAPD-PCR, ribotyping) investigation of the Bacteroides and C. difficile populations (clinical : outpatients, inpatients isolates, normal flora isolates); 6) molecular analysis of the genetic structure and functions of small and large Bacteroides plasmids; 7) detection and characterization of extended-spectrum beta-lactamases of Enterobacteriaceae species, especially the newly emerged inhibitor resistant enzymes; 8) molecular investigation and typing of important human-pathogenic filamentous fungi and yeasts; 9) use and development of molecular techniques for detection of pathogens in fungal infections especially targeted to internal-transcibed spacer regions in different species; 10) detection of mycoplasmas by PCR in clinical samples.|
|Special methods / technologies:|
|cultivation of anaerobic pathogens; RealTime PCR; sequencing of procaryotic plasmids; pused-field gelelectrophoresis; Southern hybridization; isolation of pathogenic bacteria from clinical samples;|
|Suggestions for potential research cooperations:|
|1) immunological detection of Bacteroides suface and outer-membrane proteins;
2) isolation of Bacteroides species from faeces by immunological methods;
3) any of our research topics or special methods;