Genomic Survey of Bordetella pertussis Diversity, U.S. Genomic Survey of Bordetella pertussis Diversity, U.S.

What can genomic data tell us about the circulation of Bordetella pertussis in the United States?Emerging Infectious Diseases
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Legislators trying to curb the numbers of unvaccinated children have been met with vigorous opposition from upset parents.
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Christina Hildebrand went down a rabbit hole and emerged at the statehouse in Sacramento. That’s how she describes it–going down a rabbit hole–and in her case it happened 14 years ago, when she was pregnant with her first child. In a world filled with chemicals and toxins, processed foods and GMOs, she decided her baby would be brought up as naturally and chemical-free as possible. It was when she was researching how best to achieve that goal that she bumped into vaccines. That was a bad time to begin thinking about such things. The fraudulent 1998 paper by British physician Andrew Wakefield ostensibly li...
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The researchers said that the findings show the importance of keeping up to date on a child's shots, and the critical need to develop new and better vaccines against whooping cough.
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The modern vaccine for whooping cough becomes less effective as children age, a new study shows, highlighting the need for new vaccines to protect children against the highly contagious disease.
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MONDAY, June 10, 2019 -- The waning effectiveness of a flawed whooping cough vaccine is the main culprit in recent outbreaks of the highly contagious bacterial infection, a new study reports. More than four out of five confirmed whooping cough...
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(Kaiser Permanente) New Kaiser Permanente study suggests under-vaccination is only one factor contributing to whooping cough outbreaks.
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Bordetella pertussis is the etiological agent of whooping cough, a bacterial infection of especially children, which may be fatal without treatment. In frame of studies to investigate putative effects of vaccinat...
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i A Abstract OBJECTIVES: Bordetella pertussis is the etiological agent of whooping cough, a bacterial infection of especially children, which may be fatal without treatment. In frame of studies to investigate putative effects of vaccination on host-pathogen interaction and clonal distribution of strains, in addition to Corynebacterium diphtheriae and Clostridium tetani toxoid vaccines, also whole-cell and acellular pertussis vaccines were analyzed by mass spectrometry. DATA DESCRIPTION: LC-MS/MS spectra were generated and analyzed using B. pertussis genome data and proteins present in whole-cell and acellular...
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Abstract In spite of high vaccination coverage in the Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI), pertussis has not been eradicated yet and the re-emergence of the disease is still reported worldwide. The genetic divergence study of circulating clinical strains of Bordetella pertussis among the population with high vaccination coverage is a useful tool to have an insight in the understanding of genetic patterns of this bacterium and deviation of them from vaccine strains. Different methods are accessible for studying of Bordetella pertussis that can perform appropriate assessment between populations. Strains used in t...
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