20.07.14- Borrelia Syndromes in Deep Tissues and in Chronic Infections

Video (English) door de Amerikaans patholoog Dr. Alan B. MacDonald, FCAP:

Autopsy Evidence based Medicine For Chronic Borreliosis,' Alzheimer's Disease due to Borreliosis, Alzheimer's Plaques are Biofilm Communities of Borrelia

More about Alan B. MacDonald, MD, RESEARCHER BIO :

MD, American Board of Pathology Certified in both Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology.

35 years of Hospital Diagnostic Pathology experience in all areas of Diagnostic Pathology

of Benign, Infection, and Malignant diseases of humans. 30 Years of experience with Borrelia Research, at the level of Bench research in a biosafety Level 2 Microbiology, and experience with Ultracentrifugation, Pulsed Tangential Alternating Field Electrophoresis, Electron Microscopy, In vivo borrelia primary Isolation, borrelia focused Autopsies on Fetal and Human patients, Primary Isolation of borrelia from Frozen Alzheimer Brains obtained from Dr. George Glenner's UCSD Brain Bank, Primary Isolation of borrelia from Autopsy Alzheimer's Disease brain in community hospital practice, PCR study of the Flagellin B ORF of Borrelia burgdorferi, DNA sequence analysis of PCR products for FLAGELLIN B DNA from AD frozen tissues from tbe Harvard Mclean Hospital Brain Tissue resource Center, Development and validation of Borrelia-specific DNA probes for Flagellin B, and for the inner cell membrane of Borrelia burgdorferi species BB0060., confirmation that biofilms of Borrelia exist IN VITRO, and extension to IN VIVO Borrelia biofilms in human bacterial Endocarditis, various Cutaneous borrelioses, and Neuroborreliosis.

website: Alan B. MacDonald