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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Mycoplasmataceae — bacteria that lack cell walls.


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  • Gene expression in mycoplasma negative and positive THP-1 cells stimulated with LPS or Mycoplasma negative (Myco −) and positive (Myco +) THP-1 cells were stimulated either with

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  • "Mycoplasma is just one example of microorganisms with interesting and potentially useful properties," Hiratsuka told PhysOrg. com.

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  • This company, Synthetic Genomics, I'm involved with, created the first full synthetic genome for a little bug, a very primitive creature called Mycoplasma genitalium.

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  • Atypical bacterial microorganisms, such as Mycoplasma and Chlamydia usually occur in children between the ages of five and 15 years while the incidence of viral infections typically decreases with age

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  • One Microbe as a Group of 200 Protein Machines is a New York Times article discussing protein complexes of the organism Mycoplasma pneumoniae.

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  • The object of interest for the purpose of this blog entry is an organism known as Mycoplasma genitalium.

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  • With a genome size of ~580 kb and approximately 480 protein coding regions, Mycoplasma genitalium is one of the smallest known self-replicating organisms and, additionally, has extremely fastidious nutrient requirements.

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  • And Craig Venter said, "Let the lab bring forth swarms of living creatures, and let Mycoplasma mycoides multiply in the petri dish," and he saw that it was good …

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  • Instead, it manufactured a Mycoplasma mycoides genome that was virtually identical to the natural one and used it to make cells that were also nearly indistinguishable from the natural cells.

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  • The result was a man-made copy of the genome that Mycoplasma mycoides produces naturally.

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