chlamidia pneumoniae

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chlamidia pneumoniae

Post by konstantin » Mon Jan 07, 2008 7:23 am

does somebody work with chlamidia pneumonia?
respond please!!!!

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Post by Katy_Bobbles » Thu Jan 10, 2008 2:31 pm

It is called Chlamydophila pneumoniae now.

Google that and you will find loads!

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Re: chlamidia pneumoniae

Post by konstantin » Mon Jan 14, 2008 2:54 am

yes of course, I pulled down these words in google, there are a lot of articles and other info. but somethings are ommited anyway. for example: in articles, authors did not say from what company chlamidia pneumoniae was obtain?
and this is only one example, so therefore i am seeking people who work with this pathogen.

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Post by canalon » Tue Jan 15, 2008 2:58 pm

There are many solutions depending on where you live:
- order from a national collection (depends on where you live) like the ATCC in the US or the "Collection de l'institut Pasteur" in France. There are more, and private companies also supply strains (see the ATCC for their local distributors for example).
- Directly contact the labs and kindly ask them for the strain you are interested in. Most journals now requires that published strains are made available to other scientists either directly or through collections (like the CIP and the ATCC above).

Of course in both cases a legitimate academic or professional address would be a prerequisite.
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