DETECTION of BACTERIA

drew martin dmartin at mindspring.com
Mon Oct 13 07:11:56 EST 1997


I hear that mycoplasmal incognitus is hard to determain in some
patients. Many people test negative until they go to the lab and give
blood to be immediatly tested. Dr. Lendner at Texas A and M has some
kind of hard to detect spirokete like bacteria found in MS and CFIDS.

shamels at biocell.fundp.ac.be (Sandrine HAMELS) wrote:

>We are working on the development of a method for the study of bacterial
>population and we are looking for an APPLICATION, in other words for a
>"pathogenic" bacteria for which a diagnostic is at present difficult but
>necessary.
>
>The method developped in our lab has a sensistivity of 10 millions of bacteria.
>
>DO YOU have heard of a BACTERIA which would be INTERESTING to detect?
>
>Thank you in advance,
>
>Best regards,
>
>Sandrine Hamels.
>
>-- 
>Sandrine Hamels
>Laboratory of Cellular Biochemistry,
>Facultés Universitaires ND de la Paix,
>61, rue de Bruxelles,
>B-5000 Namur (Belgium).
>Fax: ++/32/81/72.41.35.
>Email: sahmels at biocell.fundp.ac.be




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