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However, further investigation of the travel history associated with these cases may be required because the acquisition of mcr genes may be travel associated (15). 2B). Insect colonies were maintained in separate rooms from S. enterica to prevent any potential contamination and to ensure that all insects used were free of the pathogen before each experiment. 5 and 6). We thank staff members from the Minnesota Department of Health Foodborne, Waterborne, Vectorborne, and Zoonotic Diseases Section for providing the travel history records and for their advice on this work. 1. The six strains were mixed in a cocktail inoculum that was prepared as previously described (13). The probability of harboring most predominant acquired antimicrobial resistance genes (AARGs) conferring the resistance phenotypes described above was significantly higher for sequences of US isolates (odds ratio 2.37–26.05; Table). Outbreaks of disease associated with food imported into the United States, 1996–2014. There are over 2,500 subtypes, including animal and human strains. Saving Lives, Protecting People, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel (E. Elnekave), University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (E. Elnekave, S. Lim, A. Rovira, A. Perez, J. Alvarez), University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium (S.L. Salmonella strain and occurs in less than 5% of infections. The presence of AARGs conferring resistance to quinolones and extended-spectrum cephalosporins has mainly been observed since 2014 and may be biased by the lack of sequences before 2013 (Appendix 2 Figure 12). It poses the most significant threat to immunocompromised hosts because it faces little colonization resistance from the host immune system. can also be transmitted in uteroin mammals. Salmonellaspp. Several pest insects of human and livestock habitations are known as vectors of Salmonella enterica; however, the role of plant-feeding insects as vectors of S. enterica to agricultural crops remains unexamined. In the United States, more than 9 million cases of food-borne illness are caused each year by consumption of contaminated food (1). Transmission is an essential stage of a pathogen's life cycle and remains poorly understood. Salmonella bacteria are widely distributed in domestic and wild animals. Surprisingly, the potential for phytophagous insect pests of agricultural crops to be vectors of S. enterica has not previously been studied. In addition, the United States-Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund awarded a Vaadia-BARD postdoctoral fellowship (no. Additionally, both species excreted S. enterica through honeydew and transmitted the pathogen to noninoculated leaf surfaces and, in the case of M. quadrilineatus, to noninoculated liquid diets as well. These experiments were repeated 4 times, and 90 M. persicae and 169 M. quadrilineatus insects were examined. These inoculum concentrations are equivalent to the bacterial concentration in contaminated manure (28) and lower than the inoculum used in similar studies (23, 29, 30). Transmission is usually person-to-person or animal-to-person via the faecal–oral route, through ingestion of the organisms via contaminated or improperly cooked foods. The incubation period for salmonellosis is approximately 12–72 hours, but it can be longer. However, the availability and usage of honeydew by S. enterica may be influenced by the presence of other phyllobacteria; thus, further studies to evaluate the effects of honeydew on natural phyllosphere populations are necessary. Yet introduction of resistant strains from the United States to Europe is also possible. Both internally and externally contaminated insects may increase the risk of dispersal of the pathogen within or among plants. All time-scaled phylogenies presented similar topology to a maximum-likelihood phylogeny constructed by using all 1,431 study isolates (based on visual inspection; Appendix 2 Figure 11). S. enterica distribution on the leaf surface is altered by insect feeding, excretion, and movement (dashed line) behavior. Salmonella enterica transmission and excretion by M. quadrilineatus insects correlated with recovery from within the insect.Matched-pair comparisons of individual M. quadrilineatus insects for S. enterica presence over time were performed (Table 1). Also wash your hands after using the toilet, changing diapers, or helping someone with diarrhea clean up after using the toilet. Animals known to commonly spread Salmonella to humans include It is known that the high protein content in honeydew attracts many other insects, such as flies, ants, and other predators, which require a substantial amount of protein to develop mature eggs (29, 44). Insects can ingest S. enterica while feeding on parts of the plant previously colonized by the bacterium. Insects can become contaminated upon contact with S. enterica surface-contaminated plants (purple dots). However, the increase since 2011 can be the result of rapid propagation of the ST34 population, possibly associated with swine (4). Relatively equal proportions of M. persicae insects that were internally contaminated were also externally contaminated, as signified by the lack of a dotted section of the vertical bar (Fig. We used BEAST version 1.8.4 (5) to estimate divergence times, mutation rates, and location trait transitions. Proportion of S. enterica-positive samples resulting from insects that were fed inoculated liquid diets confined in Parafilm sachets for a 24-h acquisition access period (AAP) (A) and then on two consecutive noninoculated leaf discs (white and black bars) or noninoculated liquid diets confined in Parafilm sachets (gray bars) for a 48-h inoculation access period (IAP) (B and C). Salmonella enterica serovar Wangata is an important pathogen in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. While fever and gastrointestinal symptoms are common, the clinical presentation varies, including mild and atypical infections. Insects were contained inside individual 1.5-ml microcentrifuge tubes, and leaf discs were carefully placed inside the cap of each tube (prior of closing the tube) to prevent direct contact with any other part of the tube. However, Salmonella enteritidis are usually found within animal hosts where they can be transmitted easily through foo… Supplemental material for this article may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1128/AEM.01444-14. (2020). Moreover, there were no significant differences between proportions of positive, noninoculated leaf discs or liquid diets and the externally washed S. enterica-positive samples (Table 1). In subsequent experiments, both species were fed S. enterica-inoculated liquid diets through Parafilm sachets for a 24-h AAP and then moved to 2 noninoculated leaf discs or 2 noninoculated liquid diets for a 48-h IAP. Experiments were repeated 4 times, and the corresponding samples from M. quadrilineatus (n = 202) insects were examined. Transmission of Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella enterica Subspecies enterica 4,[5],12:i:- Sequence Type 34 between Europe and the United States. Contrastingly, at the same time point, a significantly higher proportion of S. enterica-positive honeydew samples was detected when M. quadrilineatus insects were fed a noninoculated liquid diet confined in Parafilm sachets (Fig. Leaf samples were homogenized and subsequently enriched and plated on LB-kan and XLD-kan, respectively. However, given the antimicrobial susceptibility profile of isolates from that report (mostly not ASSuT) (2), they most likely belonged to the nonemerging ST19 clade, which was described elsewhere (4). In M. quadrilineatus insects fed noninoculated liquid diets, the proportion of positive honeydew samples was slightly lower at the 48-h IAP time point than at the 24-h IAP time point. Comment submitted successfully, thank you for your feedback. Transmission of Multidrug- Resistant Salmonella enterica Subspecies enterica 4,[5],12:i:- Sequence Type 34 between Europe and the United States Ehud Elnekave, Samuel L. 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This work was partially supported by USDA-Hatch grant WIS01574 and the Food Research Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since the late 1990s, reports of an emerging multidrug-resistant Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serotype 4,[5],12:i:- strain have been published in Europe (1). Salmonella is a type of bacteria that can cause diarrheal illness in humans.. enterica. 2A and B). Salmonella can pass through the entire food chain from animal feed, primary production, and all the way to households or food-service establishments and institutions. Hence, insect movement on infested plants may directly influence the spatial distribution and persistence of S. enterica on leaves. Experiments were repeated 3 times, and Myzus persicae (n = 72) and Macrosteles quadrilineatus (n = 71) insects were examined. Vertical bars represent the proportion of S. enterica-positive samples; dotted sections represent the proportion of honeydew samples that were positive, but the corresponding noninoculated leaf discs or liquid diet was negative for S. enterica at the time when the sample was collected; and the solid sections represent the proportion of samples positive in both the honeydew and the corresponding noninoculated leaf discs or noninoculated liquid diet. The estimated exponential yearly growth rate determined in our model (0.316/year), which corresponds to a population doubling time of 2.2 years, is in agreement with this dramatic increase of the ST34 population. Salmonella bacteria typically live in animal and human intestines and are shed through feces. Red circles represent XLD agar plates, and small black circles within represent colonies of S. enterica. The nutritional value of honeydew, and the copious amount that is excreted by phytophagous hemipterans, suggests that populations of S. enterica on the leaf surface might benefit from an infestation of those insects and their associated excreta. All Rights Reserved. No significant differences were found among replications of the overall experiments; thus, means from all the replicates of each experiment were combined. Bacterial strains, media, and culture conditions.Six S. enterica serovars, Cubana strain 98A9878 (24), Enteritidis strain 99A-23 (California Health Department [CHD], July 2005 tomato outbreak), Newport strain 96E01152C-TX (25), Poona strain 00A3563 (CHD, cantaloupe outbreak), Schwarzengrund strain 96E01152C (25), Baildon strain 05x-02123 (26), and Mbandaka strain 99A1670 (CHD, alfalfa seed isolate), were used in this study. For example, phytophagous insects can move bacterial cells to the abaxial side of the leaf, containing higher densities of stomata, which are entry points used by bacteria to gain access and penetrate lettuce leaves (35, 36). 2020;26(12):3034-3038. https://dx.doi.org/10.3201/eid2612.200336. 1. Ingested bacteria can be excreted in droplets of honeydew that are released onto leaves. Interestingly, at the 48-h IAP time point, proportions of S. enterica-positive honeydew samples from M. quadrilineatus insects were significantly higher than those of M. persicae insects, independent of the diet (leaf or liquid). For homogenized samples, vertical bars represent the proportion of S. enterica-positive samples; dotted sections represent the proportion of samples that had a negative external wash but were positive after homogenization; and the solid sections represent the proportion of samples positive in both external wash and homogenization. Hemipteran insects can acquire phyllobacteria during probing and feeding on host plants (18, 45), and those bacteria are able to pass through the stylet and adhere to gut epithelial cells and then are excreted in the honeydew (46). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Experiments were repeated 4 times, and the corresponding samples from M. persicae insects (n = 131) were examined. We do not retain these email addresses. To determine its origin in the United States, we reconstructed a time-scaled phylogeny with a discrete trait geospatial model. Statistical analysis.Consistently, S. enterica was not recovered from noninoculated control leaves, liquid diets, insects, or honeydew in any of the experiments; therefore, these data are not shown. 3A and B). Within each graph, bars sharing the same number of asterisks are not statistically different from each other (chi-square analysis, P < 0.01). In an ongoing set of replicated experiments, an approximate 2-log increase in concentrations of S. enterica was observed when the bacterial suspension was amended with honeydew collected from M. quadrilineatus and cultured overnight (J. P. Soto-Arias, unpublished data). After a 24-h acquisition access period, insects were moved onto two consecutive noninoculated leaf discs or liquid diets and allowed a 24-h inoculation access period on each of the two discs or sachets. Foodborne transmission occurs particularly with: raw and undercooked eggs and egg products raw milk and raw milk products A similar increase in detection after 2011 was described for clinical cases in swine from the midwestern United States (9). Salmonella Enteritidis is a rod-shaped, gram-negative, proteobacteria that is non-motile [Figure 4]. Many different animals and pets can carry these germs. Our findings highlight the utility of enhanced genomic surveillance for typhoid fever in this region. We hypothesize that phytophagous insect pests could serve as potential vectors of human enteric bacterial pathogens on and among leaves. This result demonstrated that acquired S. enterica is excreted and transmitted, but honeydew is unlikely the sole source of contamination to plants. His primary research interest is the epidemiology of bacterial foodborne pathogens. Yet AARGs conferring resistance to quinolones were not found in Salmonella 4,[5],12:i:- ST34 strains from Europe collected before 2010 (1), and therefore our findings may reflect an increasing prevalence of these resistance determinants. Higher proportions of both external contamination and homogenate samples were observed when M. quadrilineatus insects were fed 2 consecutive noninoculated leaf discs than when M. persicae or M. quadrilineatus insects were fed noninoculated leaf discs or liquid diets, respectively (Fig. The clone in the United States was introduced from Europe on multiple occasions in the early 2000s. Figure 1. Genomic analysis revealed 3 independent introductions of Salmonella Typhi H58 with reduced fluoroquinolone susceptibility into Chile. S. enterica localization, excretion, and transmission assays.The overall methodologies used corresponding to these assays are illustrated in Fig. Vertical transmission occurs in birds, with contamination of the vitelline membrane, albumen and possibly the yolk of eggs. He uses genetic tools and Bayesian models to study pathogen emergence, evolution, and antimicrobial resistance. However, after a 24-h IAP, the proportion of S. enterica-positive honeydew samples was reduced in both M. quadrilineatus and M. persicae insects when insects were subsequently fed a noninoculated leaf disc, and those proportions were not significantly different between insects (P > 0.01). Given time and overall unidirectionality of Salmonella 4,[5],12:i:- ST34 transmission from Europe to the United States, it is likely that the acquisition of AARGs to quinolones occurred independently in the United States and in Europe. Experiments were repeated 4 times, and Myzus persicae (n = 90) and Macrosteles quadrilineatus (n = 169) insects were examined. Mather), Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain (J. Alvarez), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Moreover, in the case of M. quadrilineatus insects fed noninoculated leaf discs, there was a higher proportion of samples that were positive for S. enterica at the 48-h IAP time point than at the 24-h IAP time point. Recent studies have indicated that this organism displays evidence drug resistance. Transmission of Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella enterica Subspecies enterica 4,[5],12:i:- Sequence Type 34 between Europe and the United States. We are grateful to Tom German and Susan Paskewitz for providing constructive criticism on earlier versions of the manuscript. S. enterica suspension (purple) was used to inoculate either lettuce leaf discs (green circles) or artificial liquid diets which were confined in Parafilm sachets (depicted as a pentagon with a liquid drop underneath). In recent years, an increase in human S. Javiana infection has been reported from the southern part of the United States. Additionally, multiple studies have shown that Salmonella spp. In our experiments, 200 μl of the liquid diet was initially pipetted into the inside of the cap of each sterile microcentrifuge tube and then tightly covered with 2 layers of stretched Parafilm to limit physical contact of the insect body with the diet but allowing oral ingestion. BEAST: Bayesian evolutionary analysis by sampling trees. In the case of M. persicae, high rates of mortality were observed in the experiment when aphids were fed only liquid diets (with and without S. enterica) for 72 h (24-h AAP and 48-h IAP); therefore, the experiment with this specific insect was halted. Demographic reconstruction and phylogenetic analysis of Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica4,[5],12:i:- sequence type 34 isolates. Our goal here was to ensure that the honeydew excreted by the respective insect was S. enterica positive as a consequence of the initial acquisition and not from subsequent reinoculation of leaf discs or liquid diets. 4B). Specifically, adult insects were allowed access to each leaf disc or sachet for a 24-h IAP. Always wash your hands after contact with animals. However, the proportions of insects resulting in negative external contamination but positive for whole-insect homogenates were similar for both species (Fig. (10) recently reported that according to the National Antibiotic Resistance Monitoring System, the percentage of ASSuT-resistant Salmonella 4,[5],12:i:- from humans increased from 17% in 2009 to 59.1% in 2015 (out of all Salmonella 4,[5],12:i:- clinical isolates from humans). However, similar proportions of M. quadrilineatus insects that were solely positive for internal contamination (dotted section of the vertical bar) were observed independently of the diet (leaf disc or liquid). Appendix 2 . To investigate the potential for phytophagous insects to ingest S. enterica acquired from contaminated plants, adult M. quadrilineatus and M. persicae insects were allowed to feed on leaf discs (4-mm diameter) excised from S. enterica-inoculated lettuce (∼104 CFU/mm2) for a 24-h acquisition access period (AAP). Overall, our findings strengthen the need for further investigations to evaluate the potential acquisition and transmission of S. enterica by phytophagous insects under field conditions and to better determine their contribution as a risk factor for dispersal of human pathogens in a field prior to harvest. 6). The date of introduction of the main clade into the United States is later than the first peer-reviewed report of a Salmonella 4,[5],12:i:- infection in the country in 1998 (2). Proportions of S. enterica-contaminated leaves, liquid diets, insects, and honeydew were calculated, and significant differences among treatment main effects (diets and/or insect species) for individual experiments were tested with Pearson's chi-square test. Experiments were repeated 4 times, and honeydew samples from Myzus persicae (n = 90) and Macrosteles quadrilineatus (n = 169) insects were examined. In the field, plant surfaces can become contaminated with S. enterica in multiple ways (4), increasing the chances that phytophagous insects could infest and establish on contaminated plants. Our study unifies these observations and demonstrates that phytophagous hemipterans can be sources of S. enterica, and these insects are regarded as key pest species of crops implicated in food-borne illness outbreaks, such as lettuce and tomatoes (1, 3, 26). Phytophagous insects are largely recognized as vectors of enteric phytobacterial pathogens that cause important diseases on many crops (18, 19). Subspecies . Insect rearing.A colony of M. quadrilineatus was maintained on oat (Avena sativa L.) seedlings, and a colony of M. persicae was maintained on Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa) in a controlled environment with a 16-h light (24°C) and 8-h dark (19°C) photoperiod on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Insects were scored as contaminated after external wash (A) or homogenization of the whole sample (B). In view of the current lack of epidemiological data from similar studies conducted under field conditions, results from this research point to a set of potential mechanisms by which phytophagous insects may interact with S. enterica in agricultural environments to influence the spread and persistence of the pathogen (Fig. In the case of M. quadrilineatus, the highest transmission rate was observed when insects acquired S. enterica from inoculated leaves and transmitted it to noninoculated leaves after either 12- or 24-h IAPs (Fig. Several pest insects of human and livestock habitations are known as vectors of Salmonella enterica; however, the role of plant-feeding insects as vectors of S. enterica to agricultural crops remains unexamined. Introduction. Elnekave E, Hong SL, Lim S, et al. However, there was also a large proportion of insect samples whose homogenized sample was S. enterica positive at the 48-h IAP time point, for which the corresponding leaf discs or liquid diets were negative. After a 48-h inoculation access period, bacteria were recovered from a significantly higher proportion of honeydew samples from M. quadrilineatus than from M. persicae insects. Schematic representation of the methodologies used to test the localization, excretion, and transmission of Salmonella enterica by phytophagous hemipterans in association with plants. Enter multiple addresses on separate lines or separate them with commas. 5and ​and6).6). Paratyphi are transmitted through drinking water and cause typhoid fever in humans. 3. 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