C. trachomatis

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  • noun

Synonyms for C. trachomatis

bacteria responsible for the sexually transmitted diseases chlamydia and lymphogranuloma venereum

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Only 1 mother was co-infected by 2 microorganisms, C.
We undertook this study as there seemed to be limited studies on C.
While doxycycline outperformed azithromycin in men with C.
Despite the fact that the study population was predominantly African American, young, and medically indigent all risk factors for C.
The detection limit was estimated on serial dilutions, from 108 to 101 copies/[micro]L, of cloned HPV MY09/11 and the C.
8-11) Some of these assays, such as the PACE 2 and the HC2, have the advantage of detecting both C.
A multivariate analysis was performed among HPV-positive women, taking into account age, study center, HPV type, history of Pap smears, pill use, number of full-term pregnancies and presence of antibodies to C.
For the MLST study, we used remainder samples from 56 members of 28 dyads who were concordant for C.
Studies indicate that PCR has a sensitivity of 97% to 100% and a specificity of 98% for detecting C.
New technologies, such as sequence-based nucleic acid testing, are useful in discriminating between LGV serovars and less invasive C.
Riley of the University of Illinois, Peoria, and her colleagues reviewed all DNA probes for C.
The specificity of the technology was evaluated by use of cloned DNA from C.
Up to 564 samples for Chlamydia trachomatis alone or 276 samples for C.
pneumoniae has a surface molecule identical to the one in C.