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Comparison of koala LPCoLN and human strains of Chlamydia pneumoniae highlights extended genetic diversity in the species
BackgroundChlamydia pneumoniae is a widespread pathogen causing upper and lower respiratory tract infections in addition to a range of other diseases in humans and animals. Previous whole genomeExpand
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Chlamydia pneumoniae Is Genetically Diverse in Animals and Appears to Have Crossed the Host Barrier to Humans on (At Least) Two Occasions
Chlamydia pneumoniae is a common human and animal pathogen associated with a wide range of diseases. Since the first isolation of C. pneumoniae TWAR in 1965, all human isolates have been essentiallyExpand
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In vitro characterisation of koala Chlamydia pneumoniae: morphology, inclusion development and doubling time.
Chlamydia pneumoniae is a common human and animal pathogen associated with upper and lower respiratory tract infections. Of the animal C. pneumoniae isolates, the koala nasal isolate (LPCoLN) is byExpand
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Diagnosis and chiropractic treatment of infant headache based on behavioral presentation and physical findings: a retrospective series of 13 cases.
OBJECTIVE This case series presents information on diagnosis and treatment of 13 cases of benign infant headache presenting to a chiropractic teaching clinic. CLINICAL FEATURES A retrospectiveExpand
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Morphologic and genomic characterisation of the koala Chlamydia pneumoniae strain
Chlamydia pneumoniae is a common human and animal pathogen associated with a wide range of upper and lower respiratory tract infections. In more recent years there has been increasing evidence toExpand