Search:
Home  About  Submit Site    
  
 
Mycoplasma is a genus of bacteria the cells of which lack a cell wall and are unaffected by many common antibiotics. Several species cause diseases in humans including M. pneumoniae, which is an important cause of atypical pneumonia and other respiratory disorders, and M. genitalium, which is believed to be involved in pelvic inflammatory diseases.
Sites [ Submit ]
The Institute of Molecular Medicine - A nonprofit institute dedicated to discovering new diagnostic and therapeutic solutions for chronic mycoplasma infections. Gulf War Syndrome - The American Gulf War Veterans Association provides information from various sources linking Mycoplasma to this syndrome. Mycoplasmas - Stealth Pathogens - Overview of the most important mycoplasma species, how they interact in the body and treatment options. Mycoplasma Lecture from Emedicine.com - Lecture on mycoplasmas discussing background, pathophysiology, mortality, diagnosis and treatment. Mycoplasma Species of Man - Article by Leonard Hayflick and Robert M Chanock on the general properties of the genus Mycoplasma, the human species, their role in human disease and how they often contaminate cell cultures. Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Research from Emergency Medicine - Scientific lecture on the relation of mycoplasma pneumoniae as a common cause for community-acquired pneumonia. Medical Microbiology: Mycoplasmas - Shmuel Razin discusses general concepts, structure, class and pathogenesis of mycoplasmas. He also focuses on the different subspecies and chronic illnesses in which mycoplasmas are involved. Mycoplasma Penetrans and Primary Antiphospholipid Syndrome - Scientific case report of a patient with clinical features of PAPS infected with mycoplasma penetrans. Mycoplasmas: Sophisticated, Re-emerging and Burdened by Their Notoriety - Research paper by Joel B. Baseman and Joseph G. Tully discussing the role of mycoplasmas within various diseases: overview of all different strains and mechanisms of pathogenicity.
Click [ Submit ] above to Add a New Site, Update a Site, or Remove a Site from this Category.
This directory is made available through a Creative Commons Attribution license from the DMOZ Organization.

© 2019 - Midnight Design Productions, LLC