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Volume 7, Number 1—February 2001

Research

A Flea-Associated Rickettsia Pathogenic for Humans

Didier Raoult*Comments to Author , Bernard La Scola*, Maryse Enea*, Pierre-Edouard Fournier*, Véronique Roux*, Florence Fenollar*, Marcio A.M. Galvao†, and Xavier de Lamballerie*
Author affiliations: *Unité des Rickettsies, CNRS UPRESA 6020, France; †Ouro Preto Federal University, Brazil

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Figure 1

Transmission electron micrograph of the ELB agent in XTC-2 cells. The rickettsia are free in the cytoplasm and surrounded by an electron transparent halo. Original magnification X 30,000.

Figure 1. Transmission electron micrograph of the ELB agent in XTC-2 cells. The rickettsia are free in the cytoplasm and surrounded by an electron transparent halo. Original magnification X 30,000.

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