Hmmmm. I don't mean to rain on your parade snake but we've been through all this before. First it was..........
Bartonella specks on the smears.
Then Hemobart specks.
Then benign artifacts
Then i heard Betaproteo
And now it is being called a protozoa.
I think most of fry's research should be kept quiet until he has an answer because this is definitely "counting the chickens before they hatch". This may be nothing infectious or this may explain why so many have not been able to reach 100% functionality. There is still a ton of work to be done on fry's part, such as. Is it infective?, develop a test for it, what are the symptoms............and the most difficult part. How to treat it. If the latest research points towards protozoa. This may explain why combos of bactrim, roxthromycin, biaxin, artmenisin, plaquenil, mepron etc do rather well. I don't have my hopes up at this point, but we will have to see what comes out of this.