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Volume 3, Number 3—September 1997

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Flea-borne Rickettsioses: Ecologic Considerations

Abdu F. AzadComments to Author , Suzana Radulovic, James A. Higgins, B. H. Noden, and Jill M. Troyer
Author affiliations: University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Figure 3

Amplicons for various flea-borne bacterial pathogens. Lane 1: R. typhi 16SrRNA (600bp); Lane 2: R. felis 17 kDa (434bp); Lane 3: R. typhi citrate synthase(384bp); Lane 4: R. typhi 120 kDa (612bp); Lane 5: B. henselae 60 kDa (414bp); Lane 6: flea 12SrRNA (414bp); and Lane S: DNA standards, with 400 and 800bp sizes indicated.

Figure 3. Amplicons for various flea-borne bacterial pathogens. Lane 1: R. typhi 16SrRNA (600bp); Lane 2: R. felis 17 kDa (434bp); Lane 3: R. typhi citrate synthase(384bp); Lane 4: R. typhi 120 kDa (612bp); Lane 5: B. henselae 60 kDa (414bp); Lane 6: flea 12SrRNA (414bp); and Lane S: DNA standards, with 400 and 800bp sizes indicated.

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