Blebbing of bacteria -Invisible Agents of Injury &Fatalities

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Blebbing of bacteria -Invisible Agents of Injury &Fatalities

Post by inmacdonald » Sat 19 Jul 2014 22:24

Blebs are released by borrelia
Blebs are released by meningococci

a.Meningococcal Blebs contain lipopolysacchride elements and lipoprotein toxins which can kill

Borrelia blebs] contain elements of Outer surface membrane including lipopolysacccharide elements;
Toxins are not generally accepted as part of the borrelia repertoire.
DNA inside of borrelia blebs has the potential to Transfect the host DNA.
Blebs of Borrelia can penetrate NON-PHAGOCYTIC CELLS , CROSS THE CYTOPLASM, AND ENTER THE NUCLEUS
Liposomes = Microvesicles = Blebs
Liposomes are standard commercially available reagents - which are used in Laboratory generated Transfection
of tissue culture cells/
Transfection occurs in nature.
Blebs ( Liposomes ) with Transfection could explain many of the so called Autoimmune conditions which are linked
to Borrelia infections.


Link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8xo4p8qege5l6 ... mpared.pdf


Consider what the Invisible ( blebs) can do

Respectfully,
Alan B. MacDonald MD FCAP, FASCP

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Re: Blebbing of bacteria -Invisible Agents of Injury &Fatali

Post by Margherita » Sat 19 Jul 2014 23:57

Thanks for posting Dr. MacDonald. I hope you do not mind my posting of a video which is not meant to promote Dual Dur or whatever. It quite clearly shows bleb shedding (at 5 min.) so I hope it fits in here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlOSJcGiv1o

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