Borrelia burgdorferi
motile spirochetes in
a Laboratory culture
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Primate model of
laboratory controlled
Borrelia burgdorferi
infection
with recovery of Flagellin
b DNA in autopsy brain
and other organs   
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from Spirochetal
Hieroglyphics file
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Granules
are
or variable size
Some are small and
other granules are large
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Ring Forms are part of the Morphologic Diversity of Spirochetes - Borrelia and Treponema both demonstrate ring forms
Ring form
of  Borrelia
burgdorferi
Cyst form of Borrelia
invades a nerve cell
in Alzheimer's Disease
Corkscrew shaped
spirochetes are only
one of the possible
forms that Borrelia may
assume: Namely
--Cystic forms
--Granular Forms (so
called "coccoid ")
--L forms
--"Bleb" forms  and
-- "Ring "forms
also are present in
tissues infected with
Borrelia
Tissue
definitions of
Alzheimer
disease and
their
spirochetal
correlates     
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Cystic spirochetal forms are not Just Resting - they are agents of nerve injury
Clinical
Implications
of the
Delayed
growth of
Borrelia
burgdorferi
Acta Tropica
1990 Vol 48(2)
89-94

8 primary
isolates of Bb
from the EM
advancing
margin
(punch
biopsies)  
With SDS
PAGE Image
data
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Spirochete stained with Silver from Brain of baby who Died from SIDS - Sudden Infant death Syndrome
Non coiled and Straightened borrelia in Fetal Brain in Sudden  Infant Death Syndrome SIDS
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---Diversity of
Borrelia
Photos
Photo essay
and quiz
Borrelia - 3 forms
Cystic (Round) , corkscrew
( spiral) and granular (dot)
Poster presentations
at ICAD2006 Madrid
Spain  [[3
IMAGES]]---DOUBLE
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Borrelia burgdorferi Cystic forms from the Studies of Dr Brorson with Acridine orange
Cystic forms and Corkscrew forms interconvert
Cystic spirochete at 7 oclock,  Conventional corkscrew forms (2)
Video of
Borrelia  
spirochetal L
form
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see motile
spirochete in
spinal fluid
from
Alzheimer
patient  
DIVERS
E
FORMS
OF
BORREL
IA
-  AN
OVERVI
EW
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Researcher Biography Alan B. MacDonald MD
on the
Alzforum website Click Here
OneClickGroup LINK to
FULL TEXT Medical
Hypotheses Paper on
LIFE CYCLE FOR
Borrelia SPIROCHETES
Granular forms of Treponema
spirochetes are dot-like particles
which can regenerate the entire
corkscrew shaped forms
Identify Borrelia -Atypical
Forms - 3 examples
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Gestational Lyme Borreliosis article from
Rheum Clinics N America - Click
Pregnancy
NonCoiled Borrelia
spirochetes  in Skin Click
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Biopsies of Erythema
Migrans from 1983
Berger et al
Transfusion of Blood - Risk of
Borrelia infection
Sample Tissue
Histopathology reports
for detection of
Spirochetes
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