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-As a part of their natural life cycle, bacteria can transform into a variety of forms. One of those phases is the L-form. L-form bacteria, also known as cell wall deficient bacteria, are a phase of bacteria that are very small and lack cell walls. ​+As a part of their natural life cycle, bacteria can transform into a variety of forms. One of those phases is the L-form. ​ 
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 +L-form bacteria, also known as cell wall deficient bacteria, are a phase of bacteria that are very small and lack cell walls. ​
  
 Though the subject of a great deal of research over the last 100 years and implicated in a variety of diseases, L-forms remain largely misunderstood - or at the very least, underappreciated - by the medical research community. According to the Marshall Pathogenesis,​ L-forms are part of a metagenomic microbiota responsible for chronic disease.  ​ Though the subject of a great deal of research over the last 100 years and implicated in a variety of diseases, L-forms remain largely misunderstood - or at the very least, underappreciated - by the medical research community. According to the Marshall Pathogenesis,​ L-forms are part of a metagenomic microbiota responsible for chronic disease.  ​
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