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Volume 10, Number 3—March 2004

Research

Amoebae-resisting Bacteria Isolated from Human Nasal Swabs by Amoebal Coculture

Gilbert Greub*1Comments to Author , Bernard La Scola*, and Didier Raoult*
Author affiliations: *Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France

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Figure 2

A. Bosea sp. (isolate 3) in the process of being phagocytized by Acanthamoeba polyphaga (arrows) and in the extracellular media, as seen on electron microscopy. 8,900 x magnification. Bar represents 200 nm. B. Chryseobacterium-like rod (isolate 7) within A. polyphaga (arrows), as seen on electron microscopy. Arrow show the trilammelar membrane. mi = amoebal mitochondria. 36,000 x magnification. Bar represents 200 nm.

Figure 2. A. Bosea sp. (isolate 3) in the process of being phagocytized by Acanthamoeba polyphaga (arrows) and in the extracellular media, as seen on electron microscopy. 8,900 x magnification. Bar represents 200 nm. B. Chryseobacterium-like rod (isolate 7) within A. polyphaga (arrows), as seen on electron microscopy. Arrow show the trilammelar membrane. mi = amoebal mitochondria. 36,000 x magnification. Bar represents 200 nm.

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1G. Greub’s current affiliation is University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland.

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