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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Peptostreptococcus bacteria, computer illustration. Gram-positive bacteria. As in the case of other species of Streptococcus, these bacteria are characterized by their tendency to form chains. Anaerobic streptococci are normal commensals on the mucous membranes such as the vagina and large intestines. They become pathogenic in association with other anaerobic bacteria, causing gangrene around surgical wounds, puerperal sepsis (infection of the lining of the womb or vagina following childbirth) and septicaemia (blood poisoning).
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Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) particles, computer illustration. This is a non-enveloped DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) virus first identified in Japan in 1997. It has since been found to be near ubiquitous, causing chronic human infections, but is not associated with any disease.
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Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) particles, computer illustration. This is a non-enveloped DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) virus first identified in Japan in 1997. It has since been found to be near ubiquitous, causing chronic human infections, but is not associated with any disease.
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Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) particles, computer illustration. This is a non-enveloped DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) virus first identified in Japan in 1997. It has since been found to be near ubiquitous, causing chronic human infections, but is not associated with any disease.
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Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) particles, computer illustration. This is a non-enveloped DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) virus first identified in Japan in 1997. It has since been found to be near ubiquitous, causing chronic human infections, but is not associated with any disease.
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Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) particles, computer illustration. This is a non-enveloped DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) virus first identified in Japan in 1997. It has since been found to be near ubiquitous, causing chronic human infections, but is not associated with any disease.
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Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) particles, computer illustration. This is a non-enveloped DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) virus first identified in Japan in 1997. It has since been found to be near ubiquitous, causing chronic human infections, but is not associated with any disease.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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Veillonella bacteria, computer illustration. Veillonella are Gram-negative anaerobic cocci, part of intestine and oral microflora and the causative agents of different inflammations.
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