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Volume 14, Number 1—January 2008

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Prolonged Bartonella henselae Bacteremia Caused by Reinfection in Cats

Mardjan Arvand*Comments to Author , Juliane Viezens*, and Julia Berghoff*
Author affiliations: *University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany;

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SmaI macrorestriction patterns of Bartonella henselae isolates from 2 cats. Lane 1, cat 36, first isolate; lane 2, cat 36, second isolate obtained 12 months later; lane 3, cat 75, first isolate; lane 4, cat 75, second isolate obtained 12 months later; lane 5, bacteriophage λ molecular mass pulsed-field gel electrophoresis marker. Values on the right are in kilobases.

FigureSmaI macrorestriction patterns of Bartonella henselae isolates from 2 cats. Lane 1, cat 36, first isolate; lane 2, cat 36, second isolate obtained 12 months later; lane 3, cat 75, first isolate; lane 4, cat 75, second isolate obtained 12 months later; lane 5, bacteriophage λ molecular mass pulsed-field gel electrophoresis marker. Values on the right are in kilobases.

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