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Volume 6, Number 2—April 2000

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Chlamydia pneumoniae Infection in a Breeding Colony of African Clawed Frogs (Xenopus tropicalis)

Kurt D. Reed*Comments to Author , George R. Ruth†, Jeanine A. Meyer*, and Sanjay K. Shukla*
Author affiliations: *Marshfield Medical Research Foundation, Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA; and †Marshfield Laboratories, Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA

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Transmission electron micrograph of chlamydial particles in liver from a captive African clawed frog (Xenopus tropicalis). Note the reticulate bodies (R), intermediate bodies (I), and highly condensed elementary bodies (E). Bar, 270 nm.

Figure. Transmission electron micrograph of chlamydial particles in liver from a captive African clawed frog (Xenopus tropicalis). Note the reticulate bodies (R), intermediate bodies (I), and highly condensed elementary bodies (E). Bar, 270 nm.

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