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Volume 8, Number 7—July 2002

Research

Ehrlichia ewingii Infection in White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)

Michael J. Yabsley*Comments to Author , Andrea S. Varela*, Cynthia M. Tate*, Vivien G. Dugan*, David E. Stallknecht*, Susan E. Little*, and William R. Davidson*
Author affiliations: *University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA;

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Multiple morulae consistent with Ehrlichia ewingii in a neutrophil from fawn 81 experimentally injected with pooled whole blood from two wild white-tailed deer (Giemsa stain, 100X).

Figure. Multiple morulae consistent with Ehrlichia ewingii in a neutrophil from fawn 81 experimentally injected with pooled whole blood from two wild white-tailed deer (Giemsa stain, 100X).

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