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Growth on artificial medium of an agent associated with atypical pneumonia and its identification as a PPLO.
Evidence is provided which firmly associates the agent first recovered by Eaton with lower respiratory tract illness of man and the demonstration that naturally acquired antibody offered protection against such illness supports the contention that the agent is a respiratory tract pathogen.
A Mycoplasma genitalium protein resembling the Mycoplasma pneumoniae attachment protein
Electron microscopy with monoclonal antibodies produced against either MgPa or P1 demonstrated that Mg Pa is located over the surface of the terminal structure of M. genitalium which is covered by a nap layer.
Sialic acid-dependent adhesion of Mycoplasma pneumoniae to purified glycoproteins.
Comparison of the Ultrastructure of Several Rickettsiae, Ornithosis Virus, and Mycoplasma in Tissue Culture
- D. R. Anderson, H. Hopps, M. Barile, B. C. Bernheim
- Biology, MedicineJournal of bacteriology
- 1 November 1965
Under the uniform preparative conditions employed here, the three groups of organisms were morphologically distinguishable from one another.
Monoclonal antibodies to surface antigens of a pathogenic Mycoplasma hominis strain
- L. D. Olson, S. Shane, A. Karpas, T. M. Cunningham, P. Probst, M. Barile
- BiologyInfection and immunity
- 1 May 1991
Three monoclonal antibodies were prepared against an arthritogenic strain of Mycoplasma hominis isolated from the joint aspirates of a patient with chronic septic arthritis, and no single protein was consistently recognized from strain to strain, although a 94-kDa protein from 16 of the 17 strains tested was bound by at least one of the MAbs.
Isolation and Characterization of Mycoplasma conjunctivae sp. n. from Sheep and Goats with Keratoconjunctivitis
Fourteen conjunctival strains of mycoplasma isolated from infected sheep and goats in two separate naturally occurring outbreaks of keratoconjunctivitis (pink-eye) are proposed to be named M. conjunctivae.
Recurrent aphthous stomatitis. Clinical, therapeutic, histopathologic, and hypersensitivity aspects.
Recurrent aphthae is often erroneously confused with herpes simplex infection and it may have clinical and histological aspects in common with Behcet's, Stevens-Johnson, and Reiter's syndrome.
13 – MYCOPLASMA–TISSUE CELL INTERACTIONS
- M. Barile
Ultrastructure of Mycoplasma hominis
Observing the morphology of pleuropneumonia-like organism (PPLO) strain HEp-2 (Mycoplasma hominis, type I) grown in an artificial liquid medium suggests several possible modes of reproduction, each perhaps operating under different cultural conditions or at different ages of the culture.
Successive synovial Mycoplasma hominis isolates exhibit apparent antigenic variation
The expression of surface proteins by 14 successive Mycoplasma hominis isolates obtained from the synovial fluid of a chronically infected septic arthritis patient were examined to suggest that the protein differences might reflect antigenic variation by M. hominis during infection.