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The dormant blood microbiome in chronic, inflammatory diseases


http://femsre.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/05/03/femsre.fuv013.long

Abstract

Blood in healthy organisms is seen as a ‘sterile’ environment: it lacks proliferating microbes.

Dormant or not-immediately-culturable forms are not absent, however, as intracellular dormancy is well established.

We highlight here that a great many pathogens can survive in blood and inside erythrocytes. ‘Non-culturability’, reflected by discrepancies between plate counts and total counts, is commonplace in environmental microbiology. It is overcome by improved culturing methods, and we asked how common this would be in blood.

A number of recent, sequence-based and ultramicroscopic studies have uncovered an authentic blood microbiome in a number of non-communicable diseases. The chief origin of these microbes is the gut microbiome (especially when it shifts composition to a pathogenic state, known as ‘dysbiosis’).

Another source is microbes translocated from the oral cavity. ‘Dysbiosis’ is also used to describe translocation of cells into blood or other tissues. To avoid ambiguity, we here use the term ‘atopobiosis’ for microbes that appear in places other than their normal location.

Atopobiosis may contribute to the dynamics of a variety of inflammatory diseases.

Overall, it seems that many more chronic, non-communicable, inflammatory diseases may have a microbial component than are presently considered, and may be treatable using bactericidal Antibiotics or vaccines.
 

 
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