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Bhunia А.К. Pathogenic microorganisms in food products. – Saint-Petersburg: Professia, 2014. – 344 p.
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    The main source of human Salmonella infection is animal and plant products (meat, eggs, dairy products, fruit and vegetables). The modern area of foodstuff production, the so called “organic” farming, also increases risk of food poisoning including salmonellosis
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    . Within the last decade microbial identification of protein profiles or direct protein profiling has been used more frequently together with classical, and molecular and biological methods of microbial identification.

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Time-of-light MALDI mass-spectrometry for microorganism identification / Ye.A. Demidov, K.V. Starostin, V.M. Popik, S.Ye. Peltek // Vavilov Journal of Genetics and Breeding. – 2013. – Vol. 17, No 4/1. – Р. 758–764.
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    Besides, many ribosomal proteins are located in cell cytoplasm – up to the half mass of a growing cell, and their set remains unchanged not depending on external conditions and growth stage which ensures mass-spectrum reproducibility. Studies of intra- and inter-laboratory reproducibility demonstrated high reliability of MALDITOF method
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    . The study was aimed at proteomic properties of Salmonella isolates recovered from food products and feeds. MATERIALS AND METHODS Isolates. 27 Salmonella isolates recovered from foodstuffs and feeds in the Russian Federation by the FGBI «ARRIAH» microbiology laboratory in 2006–2010.

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    Within the last decade microbial identification of protein profiles or direct protein profiling has been used more frequently together with classical, and molecular and biological methods of microbial identification. This method is competitive in such criteria as identification accuracy and specificity but it is more rapid and cost effective
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    . Time-of-light mass spectrometry MALDI (MALDI-TOF) is based on matrix assisted laser desorption and ionization of the tested substance followed by ion separation using time-of-light mass-analyzer.

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Anhalt J.P., Fenselau C. Identification of bacteria using mass spectrometry // Analytical Chemistry. – 1975. – Vol. 47. – Р. 219–225.
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    Within the last decade microbial identification of protein profiles or direct protein profiling has been used more frequently together with classical, and molecular and biological methods of microbial identification. This method is competitive in such criteria as identification accuracy and specificity but it is more rapid and cost effective
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    . Time-of-light mass spectrometry MALDI (MALDI-TOF) is based on matrix assisted laser desorption and ionization of the tested substance followed by ion separation using time-of-light mass-analyzer.

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Ben L.M., van Baar Characterisation of bacteria by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization and electrospray mass spectrometry // FEMS Microbiol. Rev. – 2000. – Vol. 24, No 2. – P. 193–219.
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    Enteritidis «Глеб» цыплята Salmonella Enteritidis мясо пельменное «Pel» 7,097TyphimuriumSalmonella Typhimurium «комбикорм No 16» lar protein fraction (direct protein profiling), i.e. without fractionation and protein purification, and obtain highly accurate and high resolution mass-spectra, unique for this species, characterizing the tested object on the “fingerprint pattern” principle
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    . Spectra comprising a mass-range of 2–20 kDa are usually used for microbial identification. Analysis of massspectra of E. coli in this range demonstrated only 30 out of 2000 proteins, calculated basing on E. coli sequencing data, in spectra [11].

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Dieckmann R., Malorny B. Rapid screening of epidemiologically important Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovars using Whole-Cell MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry // Appl. Environ. Microbiol. – 2011. – Vol. 77, No 12. – Р. 4136-4146.
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    the fact that microorganism database in the apparatus includes only 13 Salmonella serotypes and according to the Kauffman-White classification there are more than 2,600 of Salmonella serotypes in the present time the results of MALDI identification related to serotype determination can differ from results of classical serotyping. Bacteria identification using direct protein method
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    confirmed that all tested microorganisms belong to the Salmonella genus (Table 1). Herewith, microorganism identification criterion was within 2,236–2,649, which is indicative of high probability of identification.

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    , peak at m/z 6092 Da can be considered unique for Salmonella bacteria, and this information can be used when developing express-methods for microorganism detection immediately from material substance without preliminary isolation of pure cultures. Besides, peaks used to characterize the microorganism’s family and genus, according to data presented by Dieckmann R. and Marlony B.
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    , peaks typical of 5 epidemically important Salmonella serotypes: Enteritidis, Typhimurium, Virchow, Infantis, Hadar, were determined. Furthermore, there were determined potential serovardetermining ions, which can be used as biomarkers for serotypes Choleraesuis, Heidelberg, Gallinarum (Table. 3).

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    Furthermore, there were determined potential serovardetermining ions, which can be used as biomarkers for serotypes Choleraesuis, Heidelberg, Gallinarum (Table. 3). Obtained results confirm R. Dieckmann and B. Malorny’s conclusion
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    as far as Choleraesuis (Salmonella Choleraesuis «Bashkiria», Salmonella Choleraesuis «Il», Salmonella Choleraesuis «Len», Salmonella Choleraesuis «Mordovia», Salmonella Choleraesuis «Vladimir») and Enteritidis (Salmonella Enteritidis «Ru 3», Salmonella Enteritidis «Gleb», Salmonella Enteritidis «Pel») serotypes are concerned (Table. 3).

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Matrix-assisted ultraviolet-laser desorption of nonvolatile compounds / M. Karas, D. Bachmann, U. Bahr, F. Hillencamp // Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion. Process. – 1987. – Vol. 78. – P. 53–68.
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    When exposed to laser the matrix crystallized with the tested material actively absorbs laser irradiation which leads to its desorption. When transiting to gas-phase the matrix carries molecules of the tested substance and facilitates their ionization with formation of singly charged ions
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    . The method enables to perform direct mass-spectrometry of microbial celluSUMMARY The paper presents results of Salmonella of studying Salmonella isolate properties by MALDI-TOF method using MALDI Autoflex III mass-spectrometer.

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    the fact that microorganism database in the apparatus includes only 13 Salmonella serotypes and according to the Kauffman-White classification there are more than 2,600 of Salmonella serotypes in the present time the results of MALDI identification related to serotype determination can differ from results of classical serotyping. Bacteria identification using direct protein method
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    confirmed that all tested microorganisms belong to the Salmonella genus (Table 1). Herewith, microorganism identification criterion was within 2,236–2,649, which is indicative of high probability of identification.

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McWhorter A., Haddock R, Nocon F. Trabulsiella guamensis, a new genus new species of the family Enterobacteriaceae that resembles Salmonella subgroups 4 and 5 / J. Clin. Microbiol. – 1991. – Vol. 29. – P. 1480– 1485. Data base for «Bruker» bacteria identification contains spectra of 4,111 microorganisms including spectra of 15 Salmonella strains. Cultivation. All used isolates were grown in Columbian agar (Columbia agar base) within 24 hours at 37ºC. Sample preparation. There was used a direct loading method where single colonies of the fresh culture were added to wells of a metal «Ground steel» Bruker plate using a sterile loop. Then matrix solution was added. Drying process took 15 minutes. The plate was put in the apparatus. Mass-spectrometer calibration was performed pr
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    demonstrated in Maldi Biotyper database (Table 2) determined that peak 4363+1 Da is typical of many representatives of Enterobacteriaceae family, while peak at m/z 6092+1 Da is typical only of Salmonella и Trabulsiella guamensis bacteria. Trabulsiella bacteria were discovered in 1985 and originally were referred to Salmonella genus due to proximity of biochemical characteristics
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    . So, peak at m/z 6092 Da can be considered unique for Salmonella bacteria, and this information can be used when developing express-methods for microorganism detection immediately from material substance without preliminary isolation of pure cultures.

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almonella Newland duckSalmonella st anatum2,5916093
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    Within the last decade microbial identification of protein profiles or direct protein profiling has been used more frequently together with classical, and molecular and biological methods of microbial identification. This method is competitive in such criteria as identification accuracy and specificity but it is more rapid and cost effective
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    . Time-of-light mass spectrometry MALDI (MALDI-TOF) is based on matrix assisted laser desorption and ionization of the tested substance followed by ion separation using time-of-light mass-analyzer.

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almonella Choleraesuis «Il»Salmonella st anatum2,4454364
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    Within the last decade microbial identification of protein profiles or direct protein profiling has been used more frequently together with classical, and molecular and biological methods of microbial identification. This method is competitive in such criteria as identification accuracy and specificity but it is more rapid and cost effective
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    . Time-of-light mass spectrometry MALDI (MALDI-TOF) is based on matrix assisted laser desorption and ionization of the tested substance followed by ion separation using time-of-light mass-analyzer.

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almonella Choleraesuis «Yub»Salmonella st anatum2,4426092
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    Spectra comprising a mass-range of 2–20 kDa are usually used for microbial identification. Analysis of massspectra of E. coli in this range demonstrated only 30 out of 2000 proteins, calculated basing on E. coli sequencing data, in spectra
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    . Most of the obtained peaks were referred to ribosomal proteins, and the rest to DNA-binding proteins and cold shock proteins. Ribosomal proteins are quite conservative and that makes them taxonomically specific.

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almonella Typhimurium «k/k16»Salmonella st anatum2,5096092
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    It was determined that 6 out of 27 studied Salmonella isolates demonstrated a typical peak with 100% intensity and m/z 4364 Dа in a protein spectrum. For all the rest isolates identification peak was at 6092 Dа. According to Zhou N. and Wang N.
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    a unique peak characterizing Salmonella paratyphi, is peak at m/z 6092 Da. In our test such peak was shown by all Salmonella isolates together with peak at 4363 Da. Performed mass-spectrometry of Enterobacteriaceae family reprsentatives demonstrated in Maldi Biotyper database (Table 2) determined that peak 4363+1 Da is typical of many representatives of Enterobacteriaceae family, whil