GAME CHANGER :)
UPDATE, May, 2014:
THIS JUST IN (From the CDC, 1964): How to dessicate and weaponize your Borrelia :)
And now you know why the NIH Rocky Mountain Bioweapon Lab recruited Willy Burgdorfer - a spirochete expert from Switzerland -; so he would sign a piece of paper keeping his mouth shut when he ran across this :)
Add that to the other data we have and of course all their Effin LIES about the viability of the cyst form :)
This was a bioweapon, little doubt now.
See more at:
How to prove if the crooks have read or referenced a report, meaning
they're liable for the content:
Go to MedLine and type in the search query, then select, "Cited By"
to see if they referenced these incriminating reports
CHAPTER 14; ALDF/IDSA Refer to the URI's
Cyst-Reverts-to-Intact-Spirochete-Form report, but have never used the
Mouse Infectivity Test (MIT; transfer of spinal
fluid containing cysts, since spinal fluid is a "serum-starvation"
condition) to assess antibiotic treatment outcomes. (UPDATE, this was
done, since this chapter of Cryme Disease was published, and of course,
the cysts are viable, Tulane and Stpehen Barthold reported on it,
2012 and 2013 in the NYT and in front of Congress)
The crooks say the cyst is not viable, without performing a MIT.
The CDC says spirochetes are intracellular in 2006:
Invasion of human neuronal and glial cells by an infectious
strain of Borrelia burgdorferi.
URI's Dave Nelson "Reversion of cyst form to intact spirochetes within one minute of
addition of rabbit blood:"
http://mic.sgmjournals.org/cgi/reprint/146/1/119 (This was published
in the United States in recent time so the CDC can't reject it which is what
they always do with data they don't like from Europe.)
Mouse Infectivity Test and the cyst or spheroplast- You will like
this very revealing report
What to know: The
The transfer of spinal fluid from
one mouse to another is the best way to infect another mouse and prove
infection in the first
mouse (treatment failure). What's in the spinal fluid is cysts, since
the spirochetes revert to cyst form in spinal fluid, as that would be a
Detection of active infection in nonhuman
primates with Lyme neuroborreliosis: comparison of PCR, culture, and
(Philipp, Mario, Tulane)
J Clin Microbiol.
"Ideally a diagnosis of
infection of the central nervous system (CNS) is made by culture of
the etiologic pathogen, but Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative
agent of Lyme neuroborreliosis (LNB), is rarely cultured from the
cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). PCR and measurement of specific antibody
in the CSF also have their limitations. The role of available assays
for LNB has not been studied carefully in a comparative
investigation. There is a need to assess the reliability of assays
and to increase the ability to document active infection in the CNS.
The recent development of the nonhuman primate (NHP) model of LNB
allowed us to address this need in a faithful model of human LNB. In
this study we compared the abilities of PCR and culture to detect
the presence of spirochetes in the CSF and brain tissue of infected
NHPs and related these measures of infection to the development of
anti-B. burgdorferi antibody. We also tested a bioassay, the mouse
infectivity test (MIT), in this model. Fourteen of 16 CSFs from four
NHPs were positive by at least one of these techniques. Detection of
spirochetes in the CSF by PCR, the MIT, and culture was inversely
related to the concomitant presence of anti-B. burgdorferi antibody
intrathecally. The performance of any particular test was associated
with the strength of the host immune response. In early CNS
infection, when anti-B. burgdorferi antibody had not yet appeared,
or in immunocompromised hosts, the MIT compared favorably to culture
and PCR for infected NHPs; antibody in the CSF was the most useful
assay for immunocompetent NHPs."
We learned in Chapters 3 and 10
that people with chronic Lyme are immune-suppressed.
FROM the 1989 IDSA
RUSSELL JOHNSON, CULTURING - spheroplasts could take
months (and not weeks) to revert to intact spirochetes in BSK
The following is the data which shows
www.IDSociety.org knows the spheroplast
or the cyst form of the spirochete is viable. The Mouse
Infectivity Test is the only test to use when assessing treatment
First, understand that mice are not
the best model for human disease:
'Storing Spirochetes in rodent brains, Oscar Felsenfeld: "mouse model of
rodent brain infection is no good."
That's why the crooks always use mouse model ;-)
Exposure to antibiotics
causes the spirochete to go into the spheroplast stage, which the bad guys
say is the end stage, yet they know it isn't.
Here is CDC
Barbour demonstrating that he knows antibiotics cause the spheroplast form
to occur upon exposure to antibiotics:
(Hermsii is the closest
relative to burgdorferi when assessing flagellin DNA differences,
conditions"- this is what it is- an "adverse conditions" form and
not necessarily a life cycle stage.
Additionally, all the crooks
referenced Dave Nelson's "reversion to intact spirochetes within one minute
of the addition of rabbit blood" report, which is also
here on the Russian Bioweaponeers at New York
Medical College page, as are more of the same reports about the
viability of the cyst (or the weaponizable aspect of this bioweapon).
The bad guys say the
cyst form is not viable, yet the spirochete reverts to the cyst form in
spinal fluid, and spinal fluid transfer of Lyme infected mice to other mice
is the best way to prove infection persists.
So what's being
Pretty cool set of
Starved forms or Cyst forms, reverting to intact spirochetes within one
minute of the addition of rabbit blood published in the United States-
URI's Dave Nelson
Notice how many of the Lyme criminals have referenced the above scientific
journal report, meaning they have read it- ALL OF THEM
Burgdorfer on the cyst or spheroplast- this is as close as we will come to a
real US NIH Rocky Mountain Labs bioweaponeer admitting to the
spheroplast form of the spirochete as a viable entity... but look at the
--1911, Andrew Balfour,
MD, Khartoum, "Infective
Proposed Life Cycle for the Reiter Treponeme (validity of "cysts",
or spheroplasts. or regeneration forms)
Formation of Multiple
PLUM ISLAND SLYME (OspA) AND