These agents are not very close to C burnetii on the Coxiella tree and likely represent a separate adaptation of a tick endosymbiont
into a vertebrate pathogen.
Differential specificity between closely related corals and abundant Endozoicomonas endosymbionts
across global scales.
portiera specific universal primers yielded amplification for the endosymbiont
Association of Wolbachia endosymbiont
with Culex and Aedes genera include several medically important species, which have been implicated in the transmission of CHIKV, DENV, JEV and Wuchereria bancrofti in India (6).
Godfray, "Aphid protected from pathogen by endosymbiont
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Evidence for metabolic provisioning by a common invertebrate endosymbiont
, Wolbachia pipientis, during periods of nutritional stress.
The Reb proteins constitute the R bodies which are secreted by killer paramecia and kill other paramecia not harboring this endosymbiont
As an internal control for the 16s rRNA amplification, a sequence specific to Wolbachia, the bacterial endosymbiont
commonly found in bed bugs, was amplified.
Demonstrating proof of this concept, Salzberg et al (93) recently discovered 3 new endosymbiont
species of the genus Wolbachia that were unintentionally interrogated when the genomes of their fruit fly hosts were sequenced.
2004): Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus, a sugar cane endosymbiont
, produces bacteriocins against Xanthomonas albilineans, a sugar cane pathogen.
The actinidic archaea is an endosymbiont
of the human cell and it is possible that the organism can mediate biological transmutation.
The bacterium (Sodalis glossinidius) is an endosymbiont
, similar to the "good bacteria" which populate human intestines, found in tsetse fly midgut, muscle, fat and salivary glands.