Treponemataceae (Spiral Organisms)

Pertinent characteristics: filamentous, spiral organisms that may or may not stain with usual
laboratory stains; require complex media or animal host for growth.

Borrelia afzelii
Borrelia andersonii
Borrelia anserina
Borrelia bissettii
Borrelia burgdorferi
Borrelia caucasica
Borrelia crocidurae
Borrelia duttonii
Borrelia garinii
Borrelia hermsii
Borrelia hispanica
Borrelia japonica
Borrelia latyschewii
Borrelia lonestari
Borrelia lusitaniae
Borrelia mazzottii
Borrelia miyamoti
Borrelia parkeri
Borrelia persica
Borrelia recurrentis
Borrelia tanukii
Borrelia turdae
Borrelia turicatae
Borrelia valaisiana

Borrelia venezuelensis
Brachyspira aalborgi
Brachyspira pilosicoli Serpulina pilosicoli
Leptospira borgpetersenii
Leptospira inadai
Leptospira interrogans
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup autumnalis
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup ballum
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup bataviae
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup canicola
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup grippotyphosa
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup
icterohaemorrhagiae
Leptospira interrogans
serogroup pomona
Leptospira kirschneri
Leptospira noguchii
Leptospira santarosai
Leptospira weilii
Spirillum minus Spirillum minor
Treponema amylovorum
Treponema carateum
Treponema denticola
Treponema maltophilum
Treponema medium
Treponema minutum
Treponema pallidum ssp.
endemicum
Treponema pallidum
Treponema pallidum ssp.
pallidum
Treponema pallidum
Treponema pallidum ssp.
pertenue
Treponema pertenue
Treponema pectinovorum
Treponema phagedenis
Treponema refringens
Treponema skoliodontum
Treponema socranskii
Treponema vincentii
Correspondence: Dr. David A. Bruckner, Clinical Microbiology,
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, UCLA
Medical Center 171315, Los Angeles, California 90095-1713
(Bruckner@ucla.edu).
Clinical Infectious Diseases 1999;29:713–23
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