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Synonyms for spirochete

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miyamotoi in tick populations but failed to detect the spirochete in mammals (10).
Lactobacillus is found to contribute to 1% of the total microbial flora and Neisseria to be a commensal in the oral cavity (13,14)- In earlier studies, Klebsella and E.coli were described as transient commensal of the oral cavity (15,16)- In the present study a statistical significant difference were observed for streptococcus, lactobacillus, klebsiella and spirochete before and after denture fpd cementation.
We are cautious when examining these biopsies because some non-Treponema spirochetes are present in the normal microbiota of the human oropharynx and gastrointestinal tract.
The quenching effect of trypan blue on extracellular fluorescence was used to differentiate spirochete attachment from uptake.
While syphilis can be diagnosed by direct detection of the treponemal spirochete under dark-field microscopy, it is usually identified by one of 2 quick and inexpensive serologic screening tests: an RPR or a venereal disease research laboratory (VDRL) test.
Indeed, even during the pre-immune phase of infection, spirochetes populate many tissues with no evidence of inflammation (thus inflammation does not necessarily correlate with spirochete presence).
The histological study showed an ulcer with dense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate and the immunohistochemistry (IHC) was positive for spirochetes. Both, the rapid plasma reagin test (RPR) and the microhemaglutination of the Treponema pallidum (MHA-TP) test were reactive with a RPR of 1:32.
But because the spirochetes are genetically similar, the illnesses they cause respond to the same antibiotic regimen, he said in an interview.
Erythema migrans (EM) is a characteristic rash seen in patients with certain spirochete infections.
This illness is caused by a spirochete that is transmitted to humans after being bitten by an infected tick.
Abaxis, Inc., is now offering a quantitative antibody test for canine Lyme disease, which measures a combination of antibodies to peptides which mimic certain antigens of the Borreiia burgdorferi spirochete. These antibodies are not found in vaccinated or non-infected patients.
LD is a bacterial disease caused by spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi, which is transferred by infected ticks Ixodes ricinus (the common tick) [1-3].
Although deer are not involved in the life cycle of the spirochete, they seem to be critical for survival of the ticks (Wilson et al.1988).
Later they were characterized by morphological features and described as the spirochete bacteria Cristispira (Noguchi 1921).
Leptospirosis, is a worldwide zoonosis with protean clinical manifestations caused by the spirochete Leptospira interrogans.