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Volume 8, Number 1—January 2002

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Presence of Rickettsia felis in the Cat Flea from Southwestern Europe1

Francisco J. Márquez*Comments to Author , Miguel A. Muniain†, Jesús M. Pérez*, and Jerónimo Pachón‡
Author affiliations: *Universidad de Jaén, Jaén, Spain; †Hospital Universitario Virgen Macarena, Seville, Spain; ‡Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío, Seville, Spain;

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Localization of randomly selected sampling points in Cadiz Province for cat fleas with indication of the presence of Rickettsia felis by polymerase chain reaction procedures. Localities are 1. San Roque, 2. Tarifa, 3. Vejer de la Frontera, 4. Benalup, 5. Jerez, 6. Arcos de la Frontera, 7. San José del Valle, 8. Paterna de Rivera.

Figure. Localization of randomly selected sampling points in Cadiz Province for cat fleas with indication of the presence of Rickettsia felis by polymerase chain reaction procedures. Localities are 1. San Roque, 2. Tarifa, 3. Vejer de la Frontera, 4. Benalup, 5. Jerez, 6. Arcos de la Frontera, 7. San José del Valle, 8. Paterna de Rivera.

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1This study was presented in part at the II National Meeting of the Rickettsia and Borrelia Group (Spanish Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology), Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, October 2000.

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