C. trachomatis


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Synonyms for C. trachomatis

bacteria responsible for the sexually transmitted diseases chlamydia and lymphogranuloma venereum

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Participants provided additional samples for C. trachomatis and N.
There are approximately 100-150 million new C. trachomatis cases occurring annually worldwide, affecting 68 million females.[32],[33] 75-90% of the patients usually do not exhibit any symptoms in both men and women.[34] In 20-40% of untreated women, C.
Fallopian tube samples of patients with ectopic pregnancy have also been found positive for C. trachomatis deoxyribonucleic acid using the polymerase chain reaction.
Permeabilized cells were stained for direct immunofluorescence (IF) using FITC--conjugated species-specific monoclonal antibody against the major outer-membrane protein of C. trachomatis (Bio-Rad), or FITC--conjugated monoclonal antibody against chlamydial lipopolysaccharide (Nearmedic Plus, RF).
C. trachomatis was initially propagated in McCoy cells and purified by Renografin gradient centrifugation [14].
Agentes clamidiales transmitidos por contacto directo (infecciones genitales y oculares de C. trachomatis e infecciones oculares por C.
In pregnant women, colonization of C. trachomatis in the genital tract during early gestation has been associated with spontaneous preterm birth (PTB), preterm premature rupture of the membranes, prematurity, spontaneous abortion, perinatal morbidity and mortality (1-4).
Studies in literature indicate that prevalent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) for genital area are C. trachomatis, Herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV 2) and CMV in women.
The product does not require purification of total DNA from the urine sample and heating the sample for five minutes at 90 degrees Celsius is sufficient to release enough amplification target that will detect if C. trachomatis is present.
According to the CDC, C. trachomatis infection among pregnant women in the United States is the third main cause of STD, with bacterial vaginosis and herpes simplex virus 2 being first and second, respectively.