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Effect of four serum components on survival of Treponema pallidum and its attachment to rabbit cells in vitro.
  1. G H Wong,
  2. B Steiner,
  3. S Graves

    Abstract

    Transferrin and, to a lesser extent, insulin were two components of serum that enhanced the survival of Treponema pallidum in microaerophilic, acellular medium. These two components also enhanced the attachment of T pallidum to baby rabbit genital organ (BRGO) cells in both aerobic and microaerophilic tissue culture systems. Growth hormone and epidermal growth factor marginally enhanced the attachment of T pallidum to BRGO cells.

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