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In vivo Model Experiment Using Laying Hens Treated with Enterococcus faecium EM41 from Ostrich Faeces and its Enterocin EM41

REFERENCES 1. Hádryová, J. (2011). Bakteriocín-produkujúce baktérie a ich využitie pre zdravie. Bacteriocin-producing bacteria and their use for health, in Slovak), Diploma thesis, University P. J. Šafárik, Faculty of Natural Science, Institute of Animal Physiology, (p.1-69). 2. Lauková, A., Hádryová, J., Imrichová, J., Strompfová, J., Kandričáková, A. (2012). Characterization of bacteriocin-producing strain Enterococcus faecium EM41, isolate from ostrich and its bacteriocin. Proceedings of Hygiena Alimentorum XXXIII.-Safety and quality of poultry

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The Effect of a Probiotic Containing Enterococcus faecium DSM 7134 on Redox and Biochemical Parameters in Chicken Blood

and malondialdehyde concentration of broiler chickens. Antioxidants, 2: 326–339. Arslan C. (2006). L-carnitine and its use as a feed additive in poultry feeding a review. Rev. Med. Vet., 157: 134–142. Audisio M.C., Oliver G., Apella M.C. (2000). Protective effect of Enterococcus faecium J96, a potential probiotic strain, on chicks infected with Salmonella pullorum. J. Food Protect., 63: 1333–1337. Aw T.Y., Wiliams M.W., Gray L. (1992). Absorption and lymphatic transport of peroxidized lipids by rat small intestine in vivo : role of mucosal GSH

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The effect of addition of probiotic bacteria (Bacillus subtilis or Enterococcus faecium) or phytobiotic containing cinnamon oil to drinking water on the heath and performance of broiler chickens

poultry. Worlds Poult. Sci. J., 74: 89-100. Awad W.A., Ghareed K., Abdel-Raheem S., Böhm J. (2009). Effects of dietary inclusion of probiotic and synbiotic on growth performance, organ weights, and intestinal histomorphology of broiler chickens. Poult. Sci., 88: 49-55. Awad W.A., Ghareed K., Böhm J. (2008). Intestinal structure and function of broiler chickens on diets supplemented with a synbiotic containing Enterococcus faecium and oligosaccharides. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 9: 2205-2216. Bai K., Feng C., Jiang L., Zhang L., Zhang J., Zhang L., Wang T

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First Detection of Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus faecium in Latvia

-1453. Huycke, M.M., Sahm, D.F., Gilmore, M.S. (1998). Multiple-drug resistant enterococci: The nature of the problem and an agenda for the future. Emerg. Infect. Dis. , 4 , 239-249. Leclercq, R., Derlot, E., Duval, J., Courvalin, P. (1988). Plasmid-mediated resistance to vancomycin and teicoplanin in Enterococcus faecium. New Engl. J. Med. , 319 , 157-161. Leclercq, R., Derlot, E., Weber, M., Duval, J., Courvalin, P. (1989). Transferable vancomycin and teicoplanin resistance in Enterococcus faecium. Antimicrob. Agents

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Antimicrobial Resistance of Enterococcus Faecium Isolated from the Urinary System Of Dogs

REFERENCES 1. Kwon, K.H., Moon, B.Y., Hwang, S.Y., Park, Y.H. (2012). Detection of CC17 Enterococcus faecium in dogs and a comparison with human isolates. Zoonoses Public Health 59, 375–378. PMid:22372965 2. Wong, C., Epstein, S.E., Westropp, J.L. (2015). Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns in urinary tract infections in dogs (2010–2013). J Vet Inter Med. 29, 1045–1052. PMid:26133165 PMCid:PMC4895361 3. Rodrigues, J., Poeta, P., Martins, A., Costa, D. (2002

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Effect of Enterococcus faecium EF 55 on morphometry and proliferative activity of intestinal mucosa in broilers infected with Salmonella Enteritidis

review and meta–analysis. Brazil J Poult Sci 2006, 8, 89–98. 4. Herich R., Kokinčáková T., Lauková A., Levkutová M.: Effect of preventive application of Enterococcus faecium EF55 on intestinal mucosa during salmonellosis in chickens. Czech J Anim Sci 2010, 55, 42–47. 5. Iji P.A., Saki A.A., Tivey D.R.: Intestinal structure and function of broiler chickens on diets supplemented with a mannan oligosaccharide. J Sci Food Agr 2001, 81, 1186–1192. 6. Kaur N., Gupta A. K.: Application of inulin and oligofructose in health and nutrition. J Biosci 2002, 27

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Bioactive Enterococci Isolated from Slovak Ewes’ Lump Cheese

REFERENCES Alatoom AA, Cunningham SA, Ihde S, Mandrekar J, Patel R (2011): Comparison of direct colony method versus extraction method for identification of Gram-positive cocci by use of Bruker Biotyper matrix-assissted laser desorption ionization-time of flight mass spectrometry. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 49, 2868–2873. Aymerich T, Holo H, Havarstein LS, Hugas M, Garriga M, and Nes IF (1996): Biochemical and genetic characterization of enterocin A from Enterococcus faecium , a new antilisterial bacteriocin in the pediocin family of

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Distribution of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Enterococcus spp. Isolated from Mastitis Bovine Milk

). Vybrané metody. 1998, ISBN 80-238-3106-2. Trios Praha. 27. Cetinkaya Y, Falk P, Mayhall CG: Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci . Clinical Microbiology Reviews 2000, 686-707. 28. Werner G, Coque TM, Hammerum AM, Hope R, Hryniewicz W, Johnson A, Klare I, Kristinsson KG, Leclercq R, Lester CH: Emergence and spread of vancomycin-resistance among enterococi in Europe. Eurosurveillance 2008, 13:1-11. 29. Unal N, Dilik Z, Yildirim M: Isolation of a vanA Positive Enterococcus faecium from Commercial Broiler Farms in Turkey. Kafkas Univ Vet Fak Derg 2010, 16

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The anti-parasitic effect of probiotic bacteria via limiting the fecundity of Trichinella spiralis female adults

): Enterococcus faecium AL41: its enterocin M and their beneficial use in rabbits husbandry. Probiotics Antimicrob . Proteins , 4(4): 243 – 249. DOI: 10.1007/s12602-012-9118-7 L auková , A., S zabóová , R., S trompfová , V., K meť , V., T omáška , M., G reifová , M., G reif , G. (2013): Bacteriocin-like active strain Lactobacillus plantarum 17L/1, isolate from stored sheep cheese. Abstracts of International Scientific Conference Hygiena alimentorum XXXIV , May 8-10 , 2013 . Štrbské pleso, The Slovak Republic. In Folia Vet. , 57(Suppl.1), p. 21 L auková , A

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Genotypic characterization of Enterococcus species isolated from the oral cavity and their pattern of antibiotic susceptibility

, changing oxygen conditions, and increased amounts are produced in anaerobic conditions [ 1 , 4 ]. The significance of Enterococcus in oral infections is not often considered and reported. Even less attention has been paid to phenotypic and genotypic virulent characters of these microbes from dental infections. Because data on virulence factors are necessary to describe the pathogenic cycle of enterococci, we investigated the presence of diverse virulence factors in E. faecalis and E. faecium isolates from oral infections and their antibiotic patterns of

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