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Pathobiotek Diagnostics, Inc.

7010 NW 100 Dr. Blg. A, Suite 101
Houston, 77092, USA

Phone: 713-939-1833 X300
Fax: 713-939-1835

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Pathobiotek Diagnostics Inc., (PDI) is a research and development company engaged in the discovery, identification, and
characterization of novel microbial agents. Among the microbial agents that scientists at PDI have identified is an organism
that may be associated with symptoms in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. This organism has not been previously
characterized or associated with any specific human disease. PDI has conducted studies that have shown a 100% correlation
between clinical improvement and reduction of levels of organism in MS patients. A similar correlation with this organism
has been seen in the treatment of other disorders, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and certain autoimmune
WEB SITE www.pathobiotek.com

Last update of this entry: August 08, 2000

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