Chlamydiales


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Chlamydiales

[klə‚mid·ē′ā·lēz]
(microbiology)
An order of coccoid rickettsias; gram-negative, obligate, intracellular parasites of vertebrates.
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The high prevalence and diversity of Chlamydiales DNA within Ixodes ricinus ticks suggest a role for ticks as reservoirs and vectors of Chlamydia-related bacteria.
nov., a new Chlamydiales species with host dependent replication cycle.
The Coxiella burnetii and Chlamydiales species have been associated with abortions in wild ruminants (54-57).
Por ello, es ineludible la aplicacion de tecnicas moleculares para la deteccion de especies Chlamydiales. Opota et al.
Chlamydia related bacteria (Chlamydiales) in early pregnancy: Community-based cohort study.
Reclassification of the order Chlamydiales in 1999 into 2 genera (Chlamydia and Chlamydophila) was not wholly accepted or adopted.
Fritschea belongs to genus Candidatus, order Chlamydiales was for the first time reported in 2003 (Thao et al., 2003) and is different from other endosymbionts in a manner that it is only documented in gut of whitefly.
i wsp.: Presence of Chlamydiales DNA in ticks and fleas suggests that ticks are carriers of Chlamydiae.
La Chlamydia trachomatis es una bacteria intracelular obligada, gram negativa que pertenece al genero Chlamydia familia Chlamydiaceae, orden Chlamydiales. La mayoria de las infecciones por Chlamydia son asintomaticas por lo que se dificulta hacer el diagnostico temprano para evitar secuelas a largo plazo (9-11).