Clube Lyme et MVT

Chlamydia pneumoniae specific intrathecal oligoclonal antibody response is predominantly detected in a subset of multiple sclerosis patients with progressive forms

These findings suggest that an intrathecal production of anti–C. pneumoniae IgG is part of humoral polyreactivity driven by MS chronic brain inflammation. However, an intrathecal release of C. pneumoniae–specific oligoclonal IgG can occur in a subset of patients with MS progressive forms in whom a C. pneumoniae–persistent brain infection may play a pathogenetic role.
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Persistence of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato spirochetes in Lyme borreliosis patients after multiple antibiotic treatments abnormalities in post-treatment cultured spirochetes

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Under the microscope: focus on Chlamydia pneumoniae infection and multiple sclerosis

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FAINARDI Enrico