Nanobacteria: an infectious cause for various human diseases

Citation:
Abo-EL-Sooud, K., M. M. Hashem, and A. Q. Gab-Allaha, "Nanobacteria: an infectious cause for various human diseases", Insight Nanotechnology, 2011.

Abstract:

Background: Calcium phosphate is deposited in many diseases, but formation mechanisms remain tentative. Nanobacteria are newly found alone replicating particles that have been detected in mineral stones forming diseases. Nanobacteria were the first (may still be the only ones) calcium-phosphate mineral containing particles isolated from human blood.

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