Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Clifford Carnicom on Morgellons Biofilm Production

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Morgellons: Biofilm Production

Clifford E Carnicom
April 24, 2017

The existence of biofilm within the microbial growth characteristic of the “Morgellons” condition has been established with certainty. A method of reliably extracting the biofilm from the body and testing the biofilm for the principal components has also been developed. The work here is an extension to earlier work that has been presented.

Biofilms are a highly effective defensive measure by microorganisms to ensure their survival. The encasement of the microorganism within a shield of mucus or slime material creates a highly impervious shield to dispersal or elimination of the bacterial or microbial form. Biofilm removal is generally a costly and difficult process under the best of circumstances; industrial processes (e.g. pipeline efficiencies) and water treatment are two examples of where challenging environments for removal exist. The existence of biofilms is an especially important topic with respect to human health, and they are commonly associated with chronic conditions that are difficult to ameliorate. There are some beneficial biofilms within the body, however, many of them contribute to disease by evading the immune system and allowing the proliferation of harmful microbial species within. According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 80% of all chronic infections are associated with biofilms.

Biolfim sample under examination developed
from vitamin biochemical extraction techniques.