Stem Properties of Autobacteria

Boris A. Berdichevskyy, PhD, ScD; Vadim B. Berdichevskyy, PhD

Tyumen State Medical Academy; Tyumen, Russian Federation

*Corresponding author:  Vadim B.  Berdichevskyy, PhD, Department of Surgery with the Urology course. Tyumen State Medical Academy, Russian Federation. E-mail:

Published: March 25, 2014.


This paper discusses the stem properties of the autobacteria as part of the activation syndrome and persistence of the endogenous microflora in the adaptation process of the macroorganism to stress, as well as the ability of the bacteria to stimulate the cells of the macroorganism to manifest stem properties. The essence of this syndrome involves testing the tissue with the autobacteria of their "host" body to identify the foci of cellular insolvency with the subsequent inclusion of the autostrains in the implementation phase of the catabolic and anabolic inflammations. Considering the genetic tropism of the microbes to the organ-specific tissue of the area affected, the existence of the stem properties of the autobacteria is assumed to be realized in the process of reparative regeneration. The great clinical significance of further study of this phenomenon is not excluded.

stem properties; autobacteria.
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