Gardnerella vaginalis

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Gardnerella vaginalis

Binding of catalase by Gardnerella vaginalis

Gardnerella vaginalis does not always cause Bacterial Vaginosis

Increased Gardnerella vaginalis urogenital biofilm in inflammatory bowel disease

Response of Gardnerella vaginalis biofilm to 5 days of moxifloxacin treatment

Molecular evolution of the tet(M) gene in Gardnerella vaginalis.

Activation of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Expression by Gardnerella vaginalis

Retrocyclin inhibits Gardnerella vaginalis biofilm formation and toxin activity

DNase Inhibits Gardnerella vaginalis Biofilms In Vitro and In Vivo

Genetic and biochemical diversity of Gardnerella vaginalis strains isolated from women with bacterial vaginosis

Genotypic differentiation of Gardnerella vaginalis by amplified ribosomal DNA restriction analysis (ARDRA)

Role of Gardnerella vaginalis in the Pathogenesis of Bacterial Vaginosis: A Conceptual Model

High Atopobium vaginae and Gardnerella vaginalis Vaginal Loads Are Associated With Preterm Birth

Gardnerella vaginalis Isolated from Patients with Bacterial Vaginosis and from Patients with Healthy Vaginal Ecosystems

Molecular Quantification of Gardnerella vaginalis and Atopobium vaginae Loads to Predict Bacterial Vaginosis

Lactobacillus strains isolated from the vaginal microbiota of healthy women inhibit Prevotella bivia and Gardnerella vaginalis in coculture and cell culture

Detection of bacterial vaginosis-related organisms by real-time PCR for Lactobacilli, Gardnerella vaginalis and Mycoplasma hominis

Gardnerella vaginalis Outcompetes 29 Other Bacterial Species Isolated From Patients With Bacterial Vaginosis, Using in an In Vitro Biofilm Formation Model

Correlation of Local Interleukin-8 with Immunoglobulin A against Gardnerella vaginalis Hemolysin and with Prolidase and Sialidase Levels in Women with Bacterial Vaginosis


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A facultatively anaerobic Gram-variable rod (can appear Gram-negative in some situations) of the Bifidobacteriaceae family (formerly Haemophilus vaginalis, Corynebacterium vaginalis). The organism that is commonly responsible for bacterial vaginosis, although it does not always cause disease.

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