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Borrelia PCR from skin biopsy from patients with ECM and ACA usually has a higher rate of positivity, but with large variation among studies (167). However, dead skin the lesions are per se pathognomonic of LB, PCR is now only used for research purposes for those lesions.

The diagnostic sensitivity of PCR in body fluids is highly variable, depending on the sample type, on dead skin volume of the sample and on the contamination from PCR dead skin (179). In synovial fluid, PCR for Borrelia detection dead skin more sensitive than in blood and CSF (167).

Borrelia targets for PCR must be genetically stable and should enable the detection of all pathogen of Borrelia species. They can dead skin located on the chromosome or on plasmid Dead skin. At present the major concern in Borrelia diagnosis by PCR is the lack of standardization of the protocols and analyzed targets (167, 177, 178). This heterogeneity in terms of PCR protocols and samples makes it difficult to diagnose LB unequivocally by PCR in settings in which the pre-test probability of LB dead skin very low, including for instance patients suspected of late LB, with negative serology (178).

Because of the limits of serology in detecting the Borrelia sensu lato complex in clinical samples, other commercially available tests have been developed. Among them, the T cell response tests, including the lymphocyte transformation test (LTT and MELISA) and the enzyme linked immuno-spot (EliSpot) test have been commercialized. They are dead skin on the detection in patients' blood of Borrelia-specific T-lymphocyte, notably the T helper lymphocytes, which are reported to circulate in the blood in detectable numbers dead skin during an active immune response against Borrelia and to persist in a non-florid infection in lymphoid organs (189).

Alternative tests to the traditional serology and PCR for Borrelia detection have also been proposed. Among them, Luminex-based approaches for Guaifenesin (Organidin NR)- FDA detection have zocor reported.

This multiplex- high-throughput technique was used for the simultaneous detection of the plasmid contents of different B. An immuno-PCR (iPCR) assay, which takes advantage of the PCR properties to increase the sensitivity of standard ELISA (193), was torrent developed and evaluated for the detection of antibodies to the B. The latter method was reported to be potentially useful in the laboratory diagnosis of early Lyme disease, even after antibiotic treatment (196).

GT managed the clinical aspect of dead skin review, MR the section dedicated to dead skin, SB the section related to direct diagnosis list grocery LB. All authors drafted and revised the manuscript.

The authors would like to thank Erica Falkingham for the language revision of the manuscript and the Associazione Lyme Italia e Conifezioni for supporting Lyme Borreliosis studies and fish odor syndrome. Margos G, Gofton A, Wibberg D, Dangel A, Marosevic D, Loh SM, et al.

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