By Rosalind Krauss
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Pneumoniae antigens involved in these processes will be identified. Finally, a murine model will be developed to provide in vivo correlates to cell culture observations. Results will help establish links between C. pneumoniae infection and the atherosclerotic disease process. Generate_Screen • Project Title: CHLAMYDIA SIGNIFICANCE PNEUMONIAE ANTIGENS OF BIOLOGICAL Principal Investigator & Institution: Campbell, Lee A. Professor; Pathobiology; University of Washington Seattle, WA 98195 Timing: Fiscal Year 2002; Project Start 01-APR-1998; Project End 31-MAR-2007 Summary: (provided by the applicant): Chlamydia pneumoniae is a human respiratory pathogen that causes 5 percent to 10 percent of pneumonia, bronchitis, and sinusitis.
This will be achieved through recruitment of patients from a large primary care base and broad regional referral network; and (3) to promote the Group's scientific mission by active participation in AACTG protocols and committees by Columbia-ADARC investigators. This will include sharing of new technologies that enhance the sophistication of patient monitoring and thereby generate new hypotheses to test in the context of AACTG trials. Thus, the Columbia-ADARC ACTU will be an active participant in the Group's mission to improve the health of HIV infected individuals and set standards for treatment of HIV disease.
Early autopsy series detected a large number of unsuspected cases of bacterial infection of the lung in persons dying with ARDS. In more recent clinical studies culture of bronchoscopic samples from live patients without clinical signs of pneumonia have not yielded a high prevalence of results that meet strict criteria for pneumonia. However, a large fraction of samples did contain bacteria and the prevalence of samples with bacteria increased with time on the ventilator. In addition to bacterial colonization of the lung itself, translocation of bacteria across the intestinal wall occurs in severely ill patients, and especially those with shock.
A Note on Photography and the Simulacral by Rosalind Krauss