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home:pathogenesis:microbiota:lforms [02.13.2019]
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 Siobhán M. O'​Connor of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [[https://​wwwnc.cdc.gov/​eid/​article/​12/​7/​06-0037_article|concurs]],​ stating, “The epidemiologic,​ clinical, and pathologic features of many chronic inflammatory diseases are consistent with a microbial cause.” Siobhán M. O'​Connor of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [[https://​wwwnc.cdc.gov/​eid/​article/​12/​7/​06-0037_article|concurs]],​ stating, “The epidemiologic,​ clinical, and pathologic features of many chronic inflammatory diseases are consistent with a microbial cause.”
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 +L-form bacteria cohabitants in human blood: significance for health and diseases. (({{pubmed>​long:​28715646}})) 
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 There seems to be little incentive for scientists to study the L-form. Since the bacteria can be killed by simple low-dose antibiotic therapy, drug companies have little interest in investing money into related research. Researchers studying the L-form often find themselves with very little grant money but must still work long, tedious hours in the lab. There seems to be little incentive for scientists to study the L-form. Since the bacteria can be killed by simple low-dose antibiotic therapy, drug companies have little interest in investing money into related research. Researchers studying the L-form often find themselves with very little grant money but must still work long, tedious hours in the lab.
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