The PCR diagnosis focuses on the gap gene for Mycoplasma genitalium and of the multicopy sequence of the gene encoding 16S-rRNA. The gap gene encodes the glycolytic enzyme glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH). This gene is expressed in mycoplasma hominis, detection of this expression during PCR diagnosis can determine whether the host is infected with humanoids, The multicopy sequence of the gene encoding 16s rRNA is a small piece of RNA of up to 500 bp and is used to harden mycoplasma genitalium because it is a specific piece of RNA.
Mycoplasma genitalium can cause inflammation of the urethra in men, in women the bacteria can rarely cause inflammation of the urethra, cervix and fallopian tubes. Most infections with this bacterium are asymptotic. The diagnosis of mycoplasma genitalium is based on the direct detection of specific nucleic acid.
Mycoplasma hominis is a bacterium that has the ability to penetrate into the interior of human cells. This bacterium is the cause of inflammation in the pelvis and bacterial vaginosis, the bacterium can also lead to infertility in both women and men. These bacteria live in your urinary tract and genitals. It also causes infection in people with weakened immune systems. The infection can pass from parent to child during childbirth, particularly in premature babies.
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