Detection of biofilm formation and nanobacteria under long-term cell culture conditions in serum samples of cattle, goats, cats, and dogs. Detection and isolation of nanobacteria-like particles from urinary stones: long-withheld data. His first oral presentation elicited what he called "mostly a stony silence", at the Geological Society of America 's annual convention. Inhibition of nanobacteria by antimicrobial drugs as measured by a modified microdilution method. In addition to their pathogenicity, these proteins may have a specific immunological reaction in forming specific antibodies. A double defence with the apatite layer and an impermeable membrane combined with a very slow metabolism is a likely explanation for the resistance of nanobacteria.
Nanobacteria: an alternative mechanism for pathogenic intra- and extracellular calcification and stone formation. Kajander EO(1), Ciftçioglu N.
Ina seminal paper in PNAS  by Kajander and Neva Ciftcioglu boldly . Lithogenesis: Induction of renal calcifications by nanobacteria. Nanobacteria: An alternative mechanism for pathogenic intra- and extracellular calcification and stone formation. E.
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By accessing the work you hereby accept the Terms. The group has set up a company called Nanobac Life Sciences in Tampa, Florida, which sells diagnostic kits for spotting nanobacteria. Culture and identification of nanobacteria in bile. Kajander and Ciftcioglu, however, insisted that they had observed the nanoparticles self-replicating in a culture medium and claimed to have identified a unique DNA sequence.
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Keywords: nanobacteria; calcifying nanoparticle; pathological calcification; periodontal disease were discovered as cell culture contaminants by Kajander.
Other characteristics of life-forms that have been attributed to CNPs, as shown in Table 1support the view that CNPs are not inert nanocalcifications. Many theories soon emerged, with each theory having its own enduring supporters.
Detection and isolation of nanobacteria-like particles from urinary stones: long-withheld data. March 4, It stated that what had previously been described as "self-replication" was a form of crystalline growth. J Periodontol. Nanobacteria and calcifying nanoparticles were used as keywords to extend the search to all the potentially relevant articles.
Abstract. Nanobacteria, also known as calcifying nanoparticles (CNP), are cause for pathological calcification (Kajander and Çiftçioglu ). visible to the naked eye There are two forms of nanobacteria: 1.
Calcified. 2. Noncalcified . Kajander E.
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Methods and Missions for Astrobiologv. The only DNA detected in his specimens was identified as coming from the bacteria Phyllobacterium myrsinacearumwhich is a common contaminant in PCR reactions. Acta Biol Hung. Further screening of the titles and abstracts that followed the review criteria resulted in 43 papers that met the study aim.
Culture and identification of nanobacteria in bile.
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|Now a team of doctors has entered the fray surrounding the existence or otherwise of nanobacteria.
It is even developing treatments for conditions supposedly caused by them, despite the lack of evidence. Do blood-borne calcifying nanoparticles self-propagate?
Further screening of the titles and abstracts that followed the review criteria resulted in 43 papers that met the study aim. Human-derived nanoparticles and vascular response to injury in rabbit carotid arteries: proof of principle.