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MORPHOLOGIC AND ANTIGENIC
TRYPTOPHAN DEPLETION AS A MECHANISM
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aberrant chlamydial altered anti-MOMP antibiotics atypical catabolism cell culture characterized Chlamydia psittaci Chlamydia trachomatis Chlamydia trachomatis infection chlamydial antigens chlamydial disease chlamydial forms chlamydial growth chlamydial inclusions chlamydial persistence chlamydial proteins chronic colloidal gold cultured for 48 cytokine detection developmental cycle differentiation following the removal gamma interferon genital tract growth of chlamydiae H.D. Caldwell H.R. Taylor heat shock protein host cell human IFN-y immune immunoblotting induced infected cells treated infectious chlamydiae infectious EBs infectious progeny infertility inhibition intracellular levels of lFN-y lFN-y for 48 lFN-y treatment lFN-y-treated lmmun lmmunol ln addition lymphogranuloma venereum macrophages major outer membrane metabolically Microbiol microscopy MOMP monoclonal antibodies monolayers morphologically natural infection nucleoid outer membrane protein pathogen pathogenesis penicillin persistent chlamydial infections presence of lFN-y protein of Chlamydia psittacosis reactivation removal of lFN-y result salpingitis samples Schachter serovar studies trachoma trachomatis serovar treated with lFN-y tryptophan tryptophan catabolism ug/ml Ultrastructural analysis uninfected untreated vitro vivo