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  • Alloscardovia Omnicolens emerging presence in premature rupture of membranes. [Journal Article]
    New Microbiol 2019; 42(4)Cardona-Benavides I, Puertas-Prieto A, … Gutiérrez-Fernández J
  • Alloscardovia omnicolens is a recently-reported microorganism with unknown pathogenic implications. It has been isolated in various clinical localizations but not in the endocervix. We isolated A. omnicolens in an endocervical sample from a 31-yr-old patient with preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) in week 33+3 of pregnancy. The main risk of PPROM is prematurity and the possibility of …
  • Immunity in the Cervix: Interphase between Immune and Cervical Epithelial Cells. [Review]
    J Immunol Res 2019; 2019:7693183Barrios De Tomasi J, Opata MM, Mowa CN
  • The cervix is divided into two morphologically and immunologically distinct regions, namely, (1) the microbe-laden ectocervix, which is proximal to the vagina, and (2) the "sterile" endocervix, which is distal to the uterus. The two cervical regions are bordered by the cervical transformation zone (CTZ), an area of changing cells, and are predominantly composed of cervical epithelial cells. Epith…
  • Basic Methods for Examining Neisseria gonorrhoeae Interactions with Host Cells In Vitro. [Journal Article]
    Methods Mol Biol 2019; 1997:281-299Almonacid-Mendoza HL, Christodoulides M
  • The obligate human pathogen Neisseria gonorrhoeae colonizes primarily the mucosal columnar epithelium of the male urethra and the female endocervix. In addition, gonococci can infect the anorectal, pharyngeal, and gingival mucosae and epithelial cells of the conjunctiva. More rarely, the organism can disseminate through the bloodstream, which can involve interactions with other host cell types, i…
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