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Noun1.Chlamydiaceae - Gram-negative parasites in warm-blooded vertebrates
bacteria family - a family of bacteria
order Rickettsiales, Rickettsiales - pleomorphic Gram-negative microorganisms
genus Chlamydia - type genus of the family Chlamydiaceae: disease-causing parasites
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(1) According to the most recent classification, the Chlamydiaceae family with a single genus Chlamydia consists of 12 species including C pneumoniae, C abortus, C caviae, C felis, C psittaci, C muridarum, C pecorum, C suis, C trachomatis, C avium, C gallinacea, and C ibidis.
* Zoonotic Chlamydiaceae Species Associated with Trachoma, Nepal
T) dirigidos a los miembros de la familia Chlamydiaceae, especificamente a la secuencia de una porcion del gen 16s ADNr, donde se esperaba un amplicon de 436 pb.
Given that such plaques involve collagen restructuring and might be considered akin to the scars that succeed human Ct infections, it seems reasonable to infer that the various Chlamydiaceae can utilise a variety of different, but related, cell surface receptors to gain access to the host cell at different body sites.
Brade, "Comparative analyses of secondary gene products of 3-deoxy-D-manno-oct-2-ulosonic acid transferases from Chlamydiaceae in Escherichia coli K-12," European Journal of Biochemistry, vol.
Chlamydiaceae is a family of intracellular obligate pathogenic bacteria with similar developmental cycle and cell biology responsible for wide range of diseases in different hosts including genital and eye inflammatory diseases, arthritis, and inflammatory diseases of respiratory and cardiovascular system [1, 2].
RESV Effect on Chlamydiaceae. The ability of RESV to inhibit other Chlamydiaceae was tested.
Characterization of Chlamydiaceae species using PCR and high resolution melt curve analysis of the 16S rRNA gene.
La Chlamydia trachomatis es una bacteria intracelular obligada, gram negativa que pertenece al genero Chlamydia familia Chlamydiaceae, orden Chlamydiales.