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Volume 17, Number 9—September 2011

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Wild Rodents and Novel Human Pathogen Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis, Southern Sweden

Martin AnderssonComments to Author  and Lars Råberg
Author affiliations: Author affiliation: Lund University, Lund, Sweden

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Collection locations for rodents and shrews tested for Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis and Bartonella spp. infections, southern Sweden, 2008. Prevalence of infection: Häglinge, n = 45 infections, 0% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 44.4% Bartonella spp.; Revinge, n = 623 infections, 9.3% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 33.7% Bartonella spp.; Istaby, n = 53 infections, 3.8% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 34% Bartonella spp.; Hemmeströ, n = 64 infections, 4.7% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 39.1% Bartonella spp.; Her

Figure 1. Collection locations for rodents and shrews tested for Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis and Bartonella spp. infections, southern Sweden, 2008. Prevalence of infection: Häglinge, n = 45 infections, 0% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 44.4% Bartonella spp.; Revinge, n = 623 infections, 9.3% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 33.7% Bartonella spp.; Istaby, n = 53 infections, 3.8% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 34% Bartonella spp.; Hemmeströ, n = 64 infections, 4.7% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 39.1% Bartonella spp.; Herseby, n = 49 infections, 12.5% Candidatus N. mikurensis, 45.0% Bartonella spp.

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