Disease outcome subsequent to primary and secondary urogenital infection with murine or human biovars of Chlamydia trachomatis

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Abstract

  • A susceptible strain of mice infected intravaginally with the mouse pneumonitis biovar of Chlamydia trachomatis became infertile and sustained high rates of hydrosalpinx formation regardless of prior infection with a human serovar. Conversely, susceptible mice infected with human serovars remained fertile unless challenged with a homologous human serovar.
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    Author List

  • Ramsey KH; DeWolfe JL; Salyer RD
  • Start Page

  • 7186
  • End Page

  • 7189
  • Volume

  • 68
  • Issue

  • 12