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Spirochaetes belong to a phylum of distinctive Gram-negative bacteria, which have long, helically coiled (spiral-shaped) cells. Spirochetes are chemoheterotrophic in nature, with lengths between 5 and 250 µm and diameters...
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Although spirochetes are not a large group -- there are only six genera -- they ... Spirochetes are long and slender bacteria, usually only a fraction of a micron ...
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Spirochetes are gram negative, helical bacteria possessing an internal flagellum ... All spirochetes divide by binary fission, producing two shorter cells from ...
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Todar's Online Textbook of Bacteriology chapter on Lyme disease and the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi. ... Print this Page ...
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Spirochetes are Gram negative bacteria that are long, thin, helical and motile. ... It is extremely difficult to detect spirochetes in tertiary syphilis. ...
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largest in size of the pathogenic spirochetes ... He isolated the spirochetes from the midgut of ticks; organisms reacted with ...
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Spirochetes are shaped like long coils and travel with a wave-like motion. ... model that interfering with the spirochete's motility in this way prevented it ...
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Spirochetes disease information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.
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Pathogenic spirochetes in the genus Borrelia are transmitted primarily by two families of ticks. ... Lyme disease spirochetes are generally restricted to the ...
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These spirochetes differ genetically from their American and Asian analogs while ... Exposure risk for relapsing fever–like spirochetes is similar to that of certain ...
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spirochete's natural history. Specifically, we will focus on ... hindered the study of this spirochete's genetics and. physiology. ...
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reconverted to spirochetes in relation to their age and type of induction treatment. ... against the mobile spirochetes was >128 microg/ml at 37 degrees C in ...
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Keynote Address - The Complexity of Vector-borne Spirochetes. ... numerous than the typical spirochetes, and are very abundant where the latter ...
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The spirochetes are a unique group of bacteria that can be distinguished ... Spirochetes usually cause diseases that are nonacute upon initial ...
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The Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi, is introduced into human ... Since spirochetes are known to activate a variety of cell types in vitro, we ...
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With regard to the two spirochetes, it seemed likely that differences observed ... and diversity of functional classes of proteins between the two spirochetes. ...
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Pathogenic spirochetes in the genus Borrelia are transmitted primarily by two families of ticks. ... Lyme disease spirochetes are generally restricted to the ...
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