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Sexually Transmitted Diseases:
doi: 10.1097/OLQ.0b013e3182459609
From the Editor

From the Editor

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In this issue, we introduce a new journal cover for Sexually Transmitted Diseases. The background is a network configuration of the largest component in a syphilis epidemic (SD Cunningham, et al, fig 5 in 31(10): 611–615, Oct 2004). Pictures 1–4 (top to bottom) are:

1. Chlamydia trachomatis, giemsa stained inclusion in a L929 cell (Julius Schachter, UCSF).

2. Fluorescence micrograph showing a vaginal epithelial cell coated with bacteria from a subject with bacterial vaginosis (J Marrazzo, STD, 37(12): 732–744, Dec 2010).

3. Neisseria gonorrhoeae interacting with an epithelial cell using its Type IV pili (Magdalene So/Dustin Higashi, University of Arizona).

4. Treponema pallidum, fluorescent monoclonal antibody stain in a smear from a chancre (Sheila Lukehart, University of Washington).

© Copyright 2012 American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association

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