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Volume 15, Number 7—July 2009

Letter

Rickettsia felis Infection in Man, France

Aurélie Renvoisé, Antoine-Yves Joliot, and Didier RaoultComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France (A. Renvoisé, D. Raoult); Centre Hospitalier de Salon de Provence, Salon-de-Provence, France (A.Y. Joliot)

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Western blot after cross-adsorption with (left to right) Rickettsia conorii, R. massiliae, R. felis, and R. aeschlimannii. When cross-adsorption is performed with R. felis, the specific antigen-corresponding line disappears, which indicates R. felis as the causative microorganism.

Figure. Western blot after cross-adsorption with (left to right) Rickettsia conorii, R. massiliae, R. felis, and R. aeschlimannii. When cross-adsorption is performed with R. felis, the specific antigen-corresponding line disappears, which indicates R. felis as the causative microorganism.

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