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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 15, Supplement 2, December 2009

Free Content Preface
pp. i-i(1)
Authors: Brouqui, P.; Vayssier, M.; Paddock, C.; Samuel, J.

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Free Content Evidence of Bartonella spp., Rickettsia spp. and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in domestic, shelter and stray cat blood and fleas, Portugal
pp. 1-3(3)
Authors: Alves, A. S.; Milhano, N.; Santos-Silva, M.; Santos, A. S.; Vilhena, M.; de Sousa, R.

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Free Content Serology, PCR and culture of Ehrlichia/Anaplasma species in asymptomatic and symptomatic cats from central Spain
pp. 4-5(2)
Authors: Ayllón, T.; Villaescusa, A.; Tesouro, M. Á.; Sainz, Á.

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Free Content Anaplasma phagocytophilum is not an aetiological agent of fever of intermediate duration in Gran Canaria (Spain)
pp. 6-7(2)
Authors: Bolaños, M.; Santana, E.; Carranza, C.; Anda, P.; Jado, I.; Hernández-Cabrera, M.; Martín-Sánchez, A. M.; Pérez-Arellano, J. L.

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Free Content First evidence of Anaplasma infection in Crete, Greece. Report of six human cases
pp. 8-9(2)
Authors: Chochlakis, D.; Psaroulaki, A.; Kokkini, S.; Kostanatis, S.; Arkalati, E.; Karagrannaki, E.; Tsiatis, K.; Tselentis, Y.; Gikas, A.

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Free Content Acute anaplasmosis in humans in Cyprus
pp. 10-11(2)
Authors: Psaroulaki, A.; Chochlakis, D.; Ioannou, I.; Florentia, A.; Gikas, A.; Tselentis, Y.

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Free Content Spotted fever rickettsiae, Ehrlichia and Anaplasma, in ticks from peridomestic environments in Panama
pp. 12-14(3)
Authors: Eremeeva, M. E.; Karpathy, S. E.; Levin, M. L.; Caballero, C. M.; Bermudez, S.; Dasch, G. A.; Motta, J. A.

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Free Content Results from a mathematical model for human monocytic ehrlichiosis
pp. 15-16(2)
Authors: Gaff, H.; Gross, L.; Schaefer, E.

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Free Content Differential impairment of neutrophil function by strains of Anaplasma phagocytophilum
pp. 19-20(2)
Authors: Grzeszczuk, A.; Milstone, A.; Choi, K. S.; Barat, N.; Garcia-Garcia, J. C.; Petrovec, M.; Dumler, J. S.

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Free Content Neorickettsia helminthoeca in Brazilian dogs: a cytopathological, histopathological and immunohistochemical study
pp. 21-23(3)
Authors: Headley, S. A.; Kano, F. S.; Scorpio, D. G.; Tamekuni, K.; Barat, N. C.; Bracarense, A. P. F. R. L.; Vidotto, O.; Dumler, J. S.

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Free Content Dynamics of natural infection by Anaplasma phagocytophilum in a dairy cattle herd in Brittany, France
pp. 24-25(2)
Authors: Laloy, E.; Petit, E.; Boulouis, H.-J.; Gandoin, C.; Bouillin, C.; Gounot, G.; Bonnet, S.; Maillard, R.

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Free Content First detection of Anaplasma phagocytophilum-like DNA in the French izard Rupricapra pyrenaica
pp. 26-27(2)
Authors: Laloy, E.; Petit, E.; Boulouis, H.-J.; Lacroux, C.; Corbiere, F.; Schelcher, F.; Bonnet, S.; Maillard, R.

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Free Content Concomitant human granulocytic anaplasmosis and Lyme neuroborreliosis
pp. 28-29(2)
Authors: Lotric-Furlan, S.; Ruzic-Sabljic, E.; Strle, F.

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Free Content Ehrlichia canis and Leishmania infantum co-infection: a 3-year longitudinal study in naturally exposed dogs
pp. 30-31(2)
Authors: Mekuzas, Y.; Gradoni, L.; Oliva, G.; Foglia Manzillo, V.; Baneth, G.

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Free Content Detection of spotted fever group rickettsiae and family Anaplasmataceae in Ixodes ricinus ticks from Republic of Moldova and Eastern Ukraine
pp. 32-33(2)
Authors: Movila, A.; Rolain, J.-M.; Podavalenko, A.; Toderas, I.; Tkachenco, L.; Naglov, V.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Anaplasma in ticks feeding on migrating birds and questing ticks in Lithuania and Norway
pp. 34-36(3)
Authors: Paulauskas, A.; Radzijevskaja, J.; Rosef, O.

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Free Content Clinical and haematological features in Anaplasma phagocytophilum seropositive dogs
pp. 39-40(2)
Authors: Ravnik, U.; Tozon, N.; Strasek, K.; Avsic Zupanc, T.

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Free Content Canine ehrlichiosis in the Ivory Coast and Gabon: alteration of biochemical blood parameters based on Ehrlichia canis serology
pp. 41-42(2)
Authors: Roqueplo, C.; Cheminel, V.; Bourry, O.; Gomez, J.; Prévosto, J. -M.; Parzy, D.; Davoust, B.

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Free Content The prevalence of Anaplasma phagocytophilum in host-seeking Ixodes ricinus ticks in Norway
pp. 43-45(3)
Authors: Rosef, O.; Radzijevskaja, J.; Paulauskas, A.; Haslekås, C.

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Free Content A 4-year study of Anaplasma phagocytophilum in Portugal
pp. 46-47(2)
Authors: Santos, A. S.; Bacellar, F.; Dumler, J. S.

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Free Content Anaplasma phagocytophilum propagation is enhanced in human complement-containing medium
pp. 48-49(2)
Authors: Scorpio, D. G.; Garyu, J.; Barat, N.; Stephen Dumler, J.

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Free Content Detection of Anaplasma phagocytophilum in wild boar in Slovenia
pp. 50-52(3)
Authors: Strasek Smrdel, K.; Bidovec, A.; Malovrh, T.; Petrovec, M.; Duh, D.; Avsic Zupanc, T.

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Free Content Molecular detection of Ehrlichia canis in cats in Brazil
pp. 53-54(2)
Authors: de Oliveira, L. S.; Mourão, L. C.; Oliveira, K. A.; da Matta Agostini, M.; de Oliveira, A. C.; de Almeida, M. R.; Fietto, J. L. R.; Conceição, L. G.; Filho, J. D. R.; Galvão, M. A. M.; Mafra, C.

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Free Content First report of Ehrlichia ewingii detected by molecular investigation in dogs from Brazil
pp. 55-56(2)
Authors: Oliveira, L. S.; Oliveira, K. A.; Mourão, L. C.; Pescatore, A. M.; Almeida, M. R.; Conceição, L. G.; Galvão, M. A. M.; Mafra, C.

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Free Content Prevalence of Anaplasma species and habitat suitability for ticks in Sicily
pp. 57-58(2)
Authors: Torina, A.; Alongi, A.; Naranjo, V.; Estrada-Peña, A.; Vicente, J.; Scimeca, S.; Marino, A. M. F.; Salina, F.; Caracappa, S.; de la Fuente, J.

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Free Content A molecular and serological study of exposure to tick-borne pathogens in sick dogs from Italy
pp. 62-63(2)
Authors: Trotta, M.; Fogliazza, A.; Furlanello, T.; Solano-Gallego, L.

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Free Content Isolated fever in horses: a new case of equine anaplasmosis in France
pp. 64-65(2)
Authors: Boni, M.; Rolain, J.-M.; Portelli, C.; Marié, J.-M.; Davoust, B.; Brouqui, P.

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Free Content Anaplasma phagocytophilum and Ehrlichia muris induce cytopenias and global defects in hematopoiesis
pp. 66-67(2)
Authors: Borjesson, D.; MacNamara, K.; Johns, J.; Winslow, G.

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Free Content Seroprevalence survey of equine anaplasmosis in France and in sub-Saharan Africa
pp. 68-69(2)
Authors: Maurizi, L.; Marié, J.-L.; Courtin, C.; Gorsane, S.; Chal, D.; Davoust, B.

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Free Content GammaIFN Ehrlichia canis-specific cell responses
pp. 70-71(2)
Authors: Normand, T.; Forest, L.; Chabanne, L.; Richard, S.; Davoust, B.; Juillard, V.

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Free Content Rapid screening and cultivation of Ehrlichia canis from refrigerated carrier blood
pp. 72-73(2)
Authors: McClure, J. C.; Crothers, M. L.; Schaefer, J. J.; Stanley, P. D.; Stich, R. W.

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Free Content Attenuation of Ehrlichia canis by multiple passages in two different cultures
pp. 74-75(2)
Authors: Or, M.; Samish, M.; Waner, T.; Harrus, S.

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Free Content Ehrlichia canis phylogenetic analysis of the Borgo (Corsica) strain
pp. 76-78(3)
Authors: Parzy, D.; Baudu, P.; Normand, T.; Audonnet, J.-C.; Davoust, B.

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Free Content Diversity of groESL sequences of Anaplasma phagocytophilum among dogs in Slovenia
pp. 79-80(2)
Authors: Strasek Smrdel, K.; Tozon, N.; Duh, D.; Petrovec, M.; Avsic Zupanc, T.

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Free Content Molecular evidence of Anaplasma phagocytophilum infection in wild cervids and feeding Ixodes ricinus ticks from west-central Poland
pp. 81-83(3)
Authors: Michalik, J.; Stańczak, J.; Racewicz, M.; Cieniuch, S.; Sikora, B.; Szubert-Kruszyńska, A.; Grochowalska, R.

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Free Content Detection of a new bacterium related to ‘Candidatus Midichloria mitochondrii’ in bed bugs
pp. 84-85(2)
Authors: Richard, S.; Seng, P.; Parola, P.; Raoult, D.; Davoust, B.; Brouqui, P.

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Free Content Detection of Anaplasmataceae in ticks collected in Morocco
pp. 86-87(2)
Authors: Seng, P.; Sarih, M.; Socolovschi, C.; Boudebouch, N.; Hassar, M.; Parola, P.; Raoult, D.; Brouqui, P.

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Free Content Detection of new Anaplasmataceae in the digestive tract of fish from southeast Asia
pp. 88-90(3)
Authors: Seng, P.; Rolain, J. M.; Raoult, D.; Brouqui, P.

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Free Content Clinical aspects of Bartonella infection in northern Greece
pp. 91-92(2)
Authors: Pape, M.; Mandraveli, K.; Alexiou-Daniel, St.

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Free Content Molecular detection of Bartonella quintana in human body lice from Mexico City
pp. 93-94(2)
Authors: Alcantara, V.; Rolain, J.-M.; Eduardo, A. G.; Raul, M. J.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Molecular detection of Bartonella species in rodents from the Lao PDR
pp. 95-97(3)
Authors: Angelakis, E.; Khamphoukeo, K.; Grice, D.; Newton, P. N.; Roux, V.; Aplin, K.; Raoult, D.; Rolain, J. M.

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Free Content Molecular mechanism of gentamicin resistance in Bartonella henselae
pp. 98-99(2)
Authors: Biswas, S.; Raoult, D.; Rolain, J.-M.

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Free Content Molecular characterisation of resistance to rifampin in Bartonella quintana
pp. 100-101(2)
Authors: Biswas, S.; Raoult, D.; Rolain, J.-M.

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Free Content Bartonella species detected in rodents and hedgehogs from Algeria
pp. 102-103(2)
Authors: Bitam, I.; Rolain, J.-M.; Kernif, T.; Baziz, B.; Parola, P.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Comparison of the performances of MLVA vs. the main other typing techniques for Bartonella henselae
pp. 104-105(2)
Authors: Bouchouicha, R.; Boulouis, H.-J.; Berrich, M.; Monteil, M.; Chomel, B.; Haddad, N.

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Free Content Comparative medical features of canine and human bartonellosis
pp. 106-107(2)
Authors: Breitschwerdt, E. B.; Maggi, R. G.

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Free Content Bartonella infections in Italy
pp. 108-109(2)
Authors: Ciceroni, L.; Pinto, A.; Ciarrocchi, S.; Ciervo, A.

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Free Content Bartonella alsatica endocarditis in a French patient in close contact with rabbits
pp. 110-111(2)
Authors: Jeanclaude, D.; Godmer, P.; Leveiller, D.; Pouedras, P.; Fournier, P.-E.; Raoult, D.; Rolain, J.-M.

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Free Content In vitro effect of Bartonella birtlesii on mouse red cell viability
pp. 112-113(2)
Authors: Le Rhun, D.; Malou, N.; Labed, S.; Le Naour, E.; Vayssier-Taussat, M.

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Free Content Detection of Bartonella henselae – DNA in macronodular hepatic lesions of an immunocompetent woman
pp. 116-117(2)
Authors: Mastrandrea, S.; Simonetta Taras, M.; Capitta, P.; Tola, S.; Marras, V.; Strusi, G.; Masala, G.

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Free Content Identification of mechanisms involved in iron and haem uptake in Bartonella birtlesii: in silico and in vivo approaches
pp. 118-119(2)
Authors: Nijssen, E.; Cescau, S.; Vayssier-Taussat, M.; Wang, J.; Biville, F.

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Free Content Presence of Bartonella spp. in Ixodidae ticks
pp. 120-121(2)
Authors: Podsiadly, E.; Karbowiak, G.; Tylewska-Wierzbanowska, S.

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Free Content Serological evidence of Bartonella vinsonii lymphadenopathies in a child bitten by a dog
pp. 122-123(2)
Authors: Rolain, J. M.; Boureau-Voultoury, A.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content First isolation of Bartonella bovis from animals in French Guyana, South America
pp. 124-126(3)
Authors: Saisongkorh, W.; Barrassi, L.; Davoust, B.; de Broucker, C.-A.; Raoult, D.; Rolain, J.-M.

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Free Content Detection of α-proteobacteria in rodents in a steppe–forest zone of western Siberia
pp. 127-129(3)
Authors: Samoylenko, I.; Raoult, D.; Malkova, M.; Tancev, A.; Yakimenko, V.; Rudakov, N.; Fournier, P. E.

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Free Content Description of Bartonella spp. infections in a general hospital of Catalonia, Spain
pp. 130-131(2)
Authors: Sanfeliu, I.; Antón, E.; Pineda, V.; Pons, I.; Perez, J.; Font, B.; Segura, F.

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Free Content Uveitis: an emerging clinical form of Bartonella infection
pp. 132-133(2)
Authors: Terrada, C.; Bodaghi, B.; Conrath, J.; Raoult, D.; Drancourt, M.

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Free Content Serological and molecular detection of Bartonella spp. in humans, cats and dogs from northern Sardinia, Italy
pp. 134-135(2)
Authors: Zobba, R.; Chessa, G.; Mastrandrea, S.; Pinna Parpaglia, M. L.; Patta, C.; Masala, G.

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Free Content Q fever endocarditis in Greece: report of five cases
pp. 136-137(2)
Authors: Kokkini, S.; Kofteridis, D.; Psaroulaki, A.; Sipsas, N.; Tsiodras, S.; Giannitsiotiand, E.; Gikas, A.

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Free Content Acute Q fever in hospitalised patients in Central Tunisia: report of 21 cases
pp. 138-139(2)
Authors: Bellazreg, F.; Kaabia, N.; Hachfi, W.; Khalifa, M.; Ben Jazia, E.; Ghanouchi, N.; Brahem, A.; Bahri, F.; Letaief, A.

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Free Content Seroprevalence of Coxiella burnetii antibodies in human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients in Jacarepaguá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
pp. 140-141(2)
Authors: Lamas, C. C.; Rozental, T.; Bóia, M. N.; Favacho, A. R. M.; Kirsten, A. H.; da Silva, A. P. M.; de Lemos, E. R. S.

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Free Content Seroprevalence of Q-fever, brucellosis and leptospirosis in farmers and agricultural workers in Bari, southern Italy
pp. 142-143(2)
Authors: Monno, R.; Fumarola, L.; Trerotoli, P.; Cavone, D.; Massaro, T.; Spinelli, L.; Rizzo, C.; Musti, M.

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Free Content First report of bovine Q-fever in north-eastern Italy: preliminary results
pp. 144-145(2)
Authors: Natale, A.; Busani, L.; Comin, A.; De Rui, S.; Buffon, L.; Nardelli, S.; Marangon, S.; Ceglie, L.

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Free Content The serological prevalence of Coxiella burnetii antibodies in sheep and goats in northern Greece
pp. 146-147(2)
Authors: Pape, M.; Bouzalas, E. G.; Koptopoulos, G. S.; Mandraveli, K.; Arvanitidou-Vagiona, M.; Nikolaidis, P.; Alexiou-Daniel, St.

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Free Content Seroprevalence of Coxiella burnetii in a healthy population from northern Greece
pp. 148-149(2)
Authors: Pape, M.; Mandraveli, K.; Nikolaidis, P.; Alexiou-Daniel, St.; Arvanitidou-Vagiona, M.

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Free Content Q fever in northern Greece: epidemiological and clinical data from 58 acute and chronic cases
pp. 150-151(2)
Authors: Pape, M.; Mandraveli, K.; Arvanitidou-Vagiona, M.; Nikolaidis, P.; Alexiou-Daniel, S.

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Free Content Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii and Bartonella species as cases of infective endocarditis in Marseilles (1994–2007)
pp. 152-153(2)
Authors: Casalta, J.-P.; Gouriet, F.; Richet, H.; Thuny, F.; Habib, G.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Role of the cytoplasmic pattern recognition receptor Nod2 in Coxiella burnetii infection
pp. 154-155(2)
Authors: Benoit, M.; Bechah, Y.; Capo, C.; Murray, P. J.; Mege, J. L.; Desnues, B.

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Free Content A systematic approach to evaluate humoral and cellular immune responses to Coxiella burnetii immunoreactive antigens
pp. 156-157(2)
Authors: Chen, C.; Bouman, T. J.; Beare, P. A.; Mertens, K.; Zhang, G. Q.; Russell-Lodrigue, K. E.; Hogaboam, J. P.; Peters, B.; Felgner, P. L.; Brown, W. C.; Heinzen, R. A.; Hendrix, L. R.; Samuel, J. E.

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Free Content Carriage of Rickettsia spp., Coxiella burnetii and Anaplasma spp. by endemic and migratory wild birds and their ectoparasites in Cyprus
pp. 158-160(3)
Authors: Ioannou, I.; Chochlakis, D.; Kasinis, N.; Anayiotos, P.; Lyssandrou, A.; Papadopoulos, B.; Tselentis, Y.; Psaroulaki, A.

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Free Content Role of specific antibodies in Coxiella burnetii infection of macrophages
pp. 161-162(2)
Authors: Desnues, B.; Imbert, G.; Raoult, D.; Mege, J.-L.; Ghigo, E.

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Free Content Serological and molecular characterization of AdaA: a potential marker of Q-fever abortion in goats?
pp. 163-164(2)
Authors: Fernandes, I.; Rousset, E.; Dufour, P.; Sidi-Boumedine, K.; Cupo, A.; Thiéry, R.; Duquesne, V.

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Free Content DNA microarray-chip based diagnosis of Q-fever (Coxiella burnetii)
pp. 165-166(2)
Authors: Frangoulidis, D.; Rodolakis, A.; Heiser, V.; Landt, O.; Splettstoesser, W.; Meyer, H.

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Free Content Seroprevalence of Q-fever in Algeria
pp. 167-168(2)
Authors: Lacheheb, A.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Immunohistochemical detection of Coxiella burnetii in chronic Q fever hepatitis
pp. 169-170(2)
Authors: Lepidi, H.; Gouriet, F.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Immunohistochemical detection of Coxiella burnetii in an aortic graft
pp. 171-172(2)
Authors: Lepidi, H.; Fournier, P.-E.; Karcher, H.; Schneider, T.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Uveitis in the course of Q-fever
pp. 176-177(2)
Authors: Matonti, F.; Conrath, J.; Bodaghi, B.; Le Hoang, P.; Raoult, D.; Drancourt, M.

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Free Content Evidence of horizontal gene transfer between amoeba and bacteria
pp. 178-180(3)
Authors: Moliner, C.; Raoult, D.; Fournier, P.-E.

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Free Content Q fever in Dalmatia, Croatia
pp. 181-182(2)
Authors: Morović, M.; Babić Milutin, N.; Grgić, D.; Rode, O. D.

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Free Content A monoclonal antibody specific for a unique biomarker, virenose, in a lipopolysaccharide of Coxiella burnetii
pp. 183-184(2)
Authors: Palkovicova, K.; Ihnatko, R.; Vadovic, P.; Betinova, E.; Skultety, L.; Frangoulidis, D.; Toman, R.

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Free Content Intracellular trafficking of the Coxiella burnetii lipopolysaccharide
pp. 185-187(3)
Authors: Pretat, L.; Toman, R.; Vadovic, P.; Capo, C.; Mege, J. -L.; Ghigo, E.

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Free Content Efficiency of a phase 1 vaccine for the reduction of vaginal Coxiella burnetii shedding in a clinically affected goat herd
pp. 188-189(2)
Authors: Rousset, E.; Durand, B.; Champion, J. L.; Prigent, M.; Dufour, P.; Forfait, C.; Marois, M.; Gasnier, T.; Duquesne, V.; Thiéry, R.; Aubert, M. F.

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Free Content Coinfection with Coxiella burnetii in infectious endocarditis
pp. 190-191(2)
Authors: Rovery, C.; Granel, B.; Casalta, J.-P.; Lepidi, H.; Habib, G.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Isolation of Coxiella burnetii from the blood of a patient with positive Anaplasma phagocytophilum serological results
pp. 192-193(2)
Authors: Santos, A. S.; de Sousa, R.; Alves, F.; Proença, P.; Núncio, M. S.; Dumler, J. S.; Bacellar, F.

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Free Content Evaluation of randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) for discrimination of Coxiella burnetii ruminant strains isolated in France
pp. 194-195(2)
Authors: Sidi-Boumedine, K.; Duquesne, V.; Fernandes, I.; Marro, S.; Thiéry, R.

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Free Content Structural studies of lipid A from a lipopolysaccharide of the Coxiella burnetii isolate RSA 514 (Crazy)
pp. 198-199(2)
Authors: Vadovic, P.; Fuleova, A.; Ihnatko, R.; Skultety, L.; Halada, P.; Toman, R.

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Free Content Three years experience of real-time PCR for the diagnosis of Q fever
pp. 200-201(2)
Authors: Ughetto, E.; Gouriet, F.; Raoult, D.; Rolain, J.-M.

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Free Content Clusters of Brazilian spotted fever in São Paulo State, southeastern Brazil. A review of official reports and the scientific literature
pp. 202-204(3)
Authors: Nogueira Angerami, R.; Nunes, E. M.; Mendes Nascimento, E. M.; Ribas Freitas, A.; Kemp, B.; Feltrin, A. F. C.; Pacola, M. R.; Perecin, G. E. C.; Sinkoc, V.; Ribeiro Resende, M.; Katz, G.; Jacintho da Silva, L.

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Free Content Brazilian spotted fever in the paediatric age-segment in the State of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil, 2003–2006
pp. 205-206(2)
Authors: Nogueira Angerami, R.; Oliveira Morais, E.; Katz, G.; Jacintho da Silva, L.

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Free Content Brazilian spotted fever: two faces of a same disease? A comparative study of clinical aspects between an old and a new endemic area in Brazil
pp. 207-208(2)
Authors: Angerami, R. N.; da Silva, A. M. R.; Nascimento, E. M. M.; Colombo, S.; Wada, M. Y.; dos Santos, F. C. P.; Mancini, D. M.; de Oliveira, R. C.; Katz, G.; Martins, E. C.; da Silva, L. J.

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Free Content Mediterranean spotted fever: a report of 200 cases in Tunisia
pp. 209-210(2)
Authors: Romdhane, F. B.; Loussaief, C.; Toumi, A.; Yahia, S. B.; Khaiyrallah, M.; Bouzouaïa, N.; Chakroun, M.

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Free Content Murine typhus in children: clinical and laboratory features from 41 cases in Crete, Greece
pp. 211-212(2)
Authors: Gikas, A.; Kokkini, S.; Tsioutis, C.; Athenessopoulos, D.; Balomenaki, E.; Blasak, S.; Matheou, C.; Tselentis, Y.; Psaroulaki, A.

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Free Content Seroprevalence of different Chlamydia-like organisms in an asymptomatic population
pp. 213-215(3)
Authors: Baud, D.; Kebbi, C.; Külling, J.-P.; Greub, G.

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Free Content Rickettsial infection in hospitalised patients in central Tunisia: report of 119 cases
pp. 216-217(2)
Authors: Kaabia, N.; Bellazreg, F.; Hachfi, W.; Khalifa, M.; Ghanouchi, N.; Bahri, F.; Letaief, A.

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Free Content Detection of Rickettsia felis and Rickettsia typhi in an area of California endemic for murine typhus
pp. 218-219(2)
Authors: Karpathy, S. E.; Hayes, E. K.; Williams, A. M.; Hu, R.; Krueger, L.; Bennett, S.; Tilzer, A.; Velten, R. K.; Kerr, N.; Moore, W.; Eremeeva, M. E.

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Free Content Prospective evaluation of rickettsioses in the Trakya (European) Region of Turkey in 2005
pp. 220-221(2)
Authors: Kuloglu, F.; Rolain, J. M.; Celik, A. D.; Akata, F.; Tugrul, M.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content First detection of Rickettsia felis in Ctenocephalides felis fleas from Italy
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Free Content Seroprevalence of Rickettsia typhi and Rickettsia felis in dogs from north-eastern Spain
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Free Content The dog as an epidemiological marker of Rickettsia conorii infection
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Free Content Serologic survey for antibodies to Rickettsia among domestic and wild animal populations in Brazil
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Free Content Rickettsia spp. infection in Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks in a Brazilian spotted fever endemic rural area in Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil
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Free Content Serologic study of Rickettsia typhi infection among the human population of southern Spain
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Free Content Rickettsia prowazekii infection of endothelial cells increases leukocyte adhesion through αvβ3 integrin engagement
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Free Content First detection of Rickettsia aeschlimannii in Hyalomma aegyptium from Algeria
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Authors: Bitam, I.; Kernif, T.; Harrat, Z.; Parola, P.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Molecular detection of Rickettsia typhi and Rickettsia felis in fleas from Algeria
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Free Content Spotted fever group rickettsioses documented in Morocco
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Free Content Molecular survey for spotted fever group rickettsiae in ticks from Morocco
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Authors: Boudebouch, N.; Sarih, M.; Socolovschi, C.; Amarouch, H.; Hassar, M.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content First description of Rickettsia monacensis in Ixodes ricinus in Algeria
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Free Content Comparative ompA gene sequence analysis of Rickettsia felis-like bacteria detected in Haemaphysalis sulcata ticks and isolated in the mosquito C6/36 cell line
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Authors: Gracner, M.; Avsic-Zupanc, T.; Punda-Polic, V.; Dolinsek, J.; Bouyer, D.; Walker, D. H.; Zavala-Castro, J. E.; Bradaric, N.; Crocquet-Valdes, P. A.; Duh, D.

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Free Content Potential vectors and hosts of rickettsia spp: epidemiological studies in the Vale do Paraíba, state of Rio de Janeiro/Brazil
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Authors: Gazeta, G. S.; Souza, E. R.; Abboud-Dutra, A. E.; Amorim, M.; Barbosa, P. R.; Almeida, A. B.; Gomes, V.; Gehrke, F. S.; Marrelli, M. T.; Schumaker, T. T. S.

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Free Content Molecular detection and identification of Rickettsia endosymbiont in different biotypes of Bemisia tabaci
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Free Content Diagnostic value of ocular examination in Mediterranean spotted fever
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Authors: Khairallah, M.; Yahia, S. Ben; Jelliti, B.; Ben Romdhane, F.; Loussaief, C.; Attia, S.; Toumi, A.; Messaoud, R.; Chakroun, M.

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Free Content Effects of Rickettsia conorii infection on the survival of Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks
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Free Content Molecular identification of spotted fever group Rickettsiae in ticks collected in central China
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Authors: Li, W.; Liu, L.; Jiang, X.; Guo, X.; Garnier, M.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content Genotyping Rickettsia conorii detected in patients with Mediterranean spotted fever in Algeria using multispacer typing (MST)
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Authors: Wenjun, L. I.; Mouffok, N.; Rovery, C.; Parola, P.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Sub-clinical infection of dogs from the Ivory Coast and Gabon with Ehrlichia, Anaplasma, Mycoplasma and Rickettsia species
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Free Content Isolation of Rickettsia heilongjiangensis strains from humans and ticks and its multispacer typing
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Free Content Mediterranean spotted fever in Algerian children
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Free Content Comparison of Rickettsia conorii growth within different cell lines by real-time quantitative PCR
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Free Content Presence or absence of plasmid in Rickettsia felis depending on the source of fleas
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Free Content Characterisation of the Omsk collection of rickettsial strains
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Authors: Rudakov, N. V.; Schpynov, S. N.; Samoylenko, I. E.; Fournier, P.-E.; Reschetnikova, T. A.; Kumpan, L. V.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Rickettsia rickettsii infection of human pulmonary microvascular endothelial cells: modulation of cyclooxygenase-2 expression
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Authors: Rydkina, E.; Turpin, L. C.; Silverman, D. J.; Sahni, S. K.

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Free Content Evaluation of Dermacentor species naturally infected with Rickettsia raoultii
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Authors: Samoylenko, I.; Shpynov, S.; Raoult, D.; Rudakov, N.; Fournier, P.-E.

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Free Content Genetic characterisation of ompA, ompB and gltA genes from CandidatusRickettsia rioja
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Authors: Portillo, A.; Ibarra, V.; Santibáñez, S.; Pérez-Martínez, L.; Blanco, J. R.; Oteo, J. A.

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Free Content First molecular detection of R. conorii subsp. conorii 99 years after the Conor description of Mediterranean spotted fever, in Tunisia
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Authors: Sfar, N.; Kaabia, N.; Letaïef, A.; Rolain, J. M.; Parola, P.; Bouattour, A.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Characterisation of Orientia tsutsugamushi genotypes from wild rodents and chigger mites in Korea
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Authors: Shim, S.-K.; Choi, E.-N.; Yu, K.-O.; Park, H.-J.; Kim, C.-M.; Lee, K.-H.; Park, J.-K.; Park, P.-H.; Yoon, M.-H.; Park, S.-H.; Choi, Y.-S.; Hwang, K.-J.; Park, M.-Y.

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Free Content Tick-borne rickettsiosis in the Altay region of Russia
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Authors: Shpynov, S.; Fournier, P.-E.; Rudakov, N.; Arsen’eva, I.; Granitov, M.; Tarasevich, I.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Detection of Rickettsia aeschlimannii in Hyalomma marginatum ticks in western Russia
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Authors: Shpynov, S.; Rudakov, N.; Tohkov, Y.; Matushchenko, A.; Tarasevich, I.; Raoult, D.; Fournier, P.-E.

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Free Content Transovarial and trans-stadial transmission of Rickettsiae africae in Amblyomma variegatum ticks
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Authors: Socolovschi, C.; Huynh, T. P.; Davoust, B.; Gomez, J.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content Transmission of Rickettsia conorii conorii in naturally infected Rhipicephalus sanguineus
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Authors: Socolovschi, C.; Bitam, I.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content Transmission of Rickettsia sp. DmS1 in the tick, Dermacentor marginatus
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Authors: Socolovschi, C.; Matsumoto, K.; Phong Huynh, T.; Davoust, B.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content Experimental infection of Rhipicephalus sanguineus with Rickettsia conorii conorii
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Authors: Socolovschi, C.; Matsumoto, K.; Brouqui, P.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content Influence of temperature on the attachment of Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks on rabbits
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Authors: Socolovschi, C.; Raoult, D.; Parola, P.

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Free Content Prevalence of infection with Rickettsia helvetica in feeding ticks and their hosts in western Poland
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Authors: Stańczak, J.; Racewicz, M.; Michalik, J.; Cieniuch, S.; Sikora, B.; Skoracki, M.

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Free Content Spotted fever rickettsioses in children in Sri Lanka
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Authors: Nagalingam, K.; Rolain, J.M.; Thevanesam, V.; LakKumar, F.; Gunawardana, G.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Restriction of the growth of typhus group rickettsiae in tick cells
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Authors: Uchiyama, T.; Ogawa, M.; Kishi, M.; Yamashita, T.; Kishimoto, T.; Kurane, I.

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Free Content First detection of Rickettsia felis and Bartonella clarridgeiae in fleas from Laos
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Authors: Varagnol, M.; Parola, P.; Jouan, R.; Beaucournu, J.-C.; Rolain, J.-M.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Whole genome-based phylogenetic analysis of Rickettsiae
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Authors: Merhej, V.; El Karkouri, K.; Raoult, D.

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Free Content Identification of a new serotype of Rickettsia heilongjiangensis in wild rats from Guangdong Province, China
pp. 338-339(2)
Authors: Zhang, L. J.; Han, J.; Xu, J. G.; Turchetto, J.; Mediannikov, O.; Rolain, J.-M.; Raoult, D.; Fournier, P.-E.

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Free Content Rickettsia hulinii’ belongs to the Rickettsia heilongjiangensis species
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Authors: Zhang, L.; Raoult, D.; Fournier, P.-E.

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