Additional bibliographic resources

1. MS and infection

2. Altered Biome, low firmicutes in ALS enhanced by butyrate

3. Many gene mutations occurring in sALS could the borrelia be causing the mutations?

4. Bacteria in Alzheimer Brains

5. AKG effect on the immune system via gene activation.–+ScienceDaily%29

6. Anecdotal evidence of bacterial infections and ALS, MS and AD

7. Mitochondrial dysfunction in ND.

8. Borrelia b. effect on genes.

9. GABA stimulates stem cell in the hippocampus facilitates neurogenesis–+ScienceDaily%29

10. CTE after repetitive head trauma but not concussions.

11. Autism and Borrelia infections.

12. Borrelia Burgdorferi results in Glia cells producing IL 6 (inflammatory cytokine).
Many articles found with high levels of IL 6 in brains of Bi-Polar Disorder, Schizophrenia, and Malignant Glioblastoma.
Pathologist, Dr. Allan MacDonald studied 5 autopsy specimens of Glioblastoma and found the Borrelia Burgdorferi spirochete in all 5.

13. Diesel fuel and ALS

14. Canadian airline pilots and ALS

15. Survival of Borrelia in transfused blood

16. IV arginine used to treat mitochondrial diseases.

17. connection between brain pathology and crime

18. Chronic fatigue syndrome ME/CFS has all the criteria for an infectious disease

19. Gut bacteria in ALS Butyrate

20. butyrate

21. Not all professional athletes get CTE

22. Butyrate and ALS

23. Borrelia is trans placental

24. Bacteria and fungi in the brains of ALS patients.

25. Autism and Borrelia

26. ALS in older people

27. Borrelia and ALS

28. AD and spirochetes

29. Neuroborreliosis and mental illness

30. Spirochetes and AD

31. Meningoencephalitis Borrelia Miyamotoi

32. Myelin producing oligodendrocytes AKG may keep them alive

33. Microtubules & cytoskeletal components
In adult neurons, disease that involves misaligned microtubules is mainly distributed in axons, where it interacts with microtubules. Upon binding, disease that involves misaligned microtubules stabilises microtubules either directly, or through acting as a cross bridge which enables microtubules to interconnect with other cytoskeletal components such as actin and neurofilaments

34. Borrelia and psychosis

35. etiology of neuropsychiatric disorders

36. Schizophrenia and Borrelia /

37. Alzheimer’s disease

38. Documentation of Borrelia in AD brain MacDonald

39. Borrelia Burgdorferi results in Glia cells producing IL 6 (inflammatory cytokine).

40. Parkinson’s Disease is caused by Borrelia infection.
Increased IL6 in PD brains.
Increased incidence of Glioblastoma in Parkinson’s Disease.
Increased IL6 in Glioblastoma tumors.
Glia cells normally do NOT produce IL6.
Glia cells cultured with Borrelia do produce IL6.