Cell division in lyme and relapsing fever spirochetes

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lou
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Cell division in lyme and relapsing fever spirochetes

Post by lou » Fri 16 Sep 2016 20:47

http://www.pnas.org/content/113/33/9162

Wondering if this explains the "string of pearls" appearance.

Interesting that only lyme and relapsing fever spirochetes do this, and it is described as an evolutionary divide in spirochetes. Does that mean there is less difference between lyme and relapsing fever than the authorities would like for us to believe? They say this so they can write off relapsing fever keets as inconsequential and "NOT LYME."

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