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Current spirochaete infection identification and diagnostic strategies have important limitations. Recent development may allow for an improvement in diagnostic, screening and survey capabilities. The goal of this study is to evaluate blood, urine and fecal samples from a variety of sources and generate information on the occurrence and epidemiology of spirochetes in the general and at risk populations.
The intent of this protocol is to obtain blood, feces and urine samples from subjects with or without a suspected spirochaete infection, so these samples can be used in spirochaete-related scientific studies.
Observational Model: Case-Only, Time Perspective: Prospective
The Samples Will be Studied in Order to Attempt to Better Understand the Occurrence of Blood, Feces and Urine Borne Spirochaetes
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