Indication of spatially random occurrence of <i>Chlamydia</i>-like organisms in <i>Bufo bufo</i> tadpoles from ponds located in the Geneva metropolitan area.

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Article: article d'un périodique ou d'un magazine.
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Publications
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Titre
Indication of spatially random occurrence of <i>Chlamydia</i>-like organisms in <i>Bufo bufo</i> tadpoles from ponds located in the Geneva metropolitan area.
Périodique
New microbes and new infections
Auteur(s)
Vajana E., Widmer I., Rochat E., Duruz S., Selmoni O., Vuilleumier S., Aeby S., Greub G., Joost S.
ISSN
2052-2975 (Print)
ISSN-L
2052-2975
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
01/2019
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
27
Pages
54-63
Langue
anglais
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Publication types: Journal Article
Publication Status: epublish
Résumé
Occurrence of bacteria belonging to the order <i>Chlamydiales</i> was investigated for the first time in common toad ( <i>Bufo bufo</i> ) tadpole populations collected from 41 ponds in the Geneva metropolitan area, Switzerland. A <i>Chlamydiales</i> -specific real-time PCR was used to detect and amplify the <i>Chlamydiales</i> 16S ribosomal RNA-encoding gene from the tails of 375 tadpoles. We found the studied amphibian populations to host <i>Chlamydia</i> -like organisms (CLOs) attributable to the genera <i>Similichlamydia, Neochlamydia, Protochlamydia</i> and <i>Parachlamydia</i> (all belonging to the family <i>Parachlamydiaceae</i> ), <i>Simkania</i> (family <i>Simkaniaceae</i> ) and <i>Estrella</i> (family <i>Criblamydiaceae</i> ); additionally, DNA from the genus <i>Thermoanaerobacter</i> (family <i>Thermoanaerobacteriaceae</i> ) was detected. Global autocorrelation analysis did not reveal a spatial structure in the observed CLOs occurrence rates, and association tests involving land cover characteristics did not evidence any clear effect on CLOs occurrence rates in <i>B. bufo.</i> Although preliminary, these results suggest a random and ubiquitous distribution of CLOs in the environment, which would support the biogeographical expectation 'everything is everywhere' for the concerned microorganisms.
Mots-clé
Beta regression, Bufo bufo, Chlamydia-like organisms, Chlamydiales, Geneva urban area, emerging pathogens, global spatial autocorrelation, intracellular bacteria
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Open Access
Oui
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17/01/2019 12:14
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20/08/2019 15:50
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