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Volume 10, Number 9—September 2004

Acinetobacter baumannii in Human Body Louse

Bernard La Scola*Comments to Author  and Didier Raoult*
Author affiliations: *Faculté de Médecine de Marseille, Marseille, France

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Table 1

Types of recA gene sequencesa

Acinetobacter baumannii strains 
(n = 62) recA type Ampicillin susceptibility
Lice associated (n = 21) 1 Yes
Lice associated (n = 19) 2 No
CIP 70.34, CIP 70.32, UR 121120, CIP 70.8, CIP 70.9, CIP 70.33, UR 73415 1 No
CIP 54.147, CIP 70.28, CIP 103572, UR 37033, CIP 53.77, CIP 70.22, CIP 105742 3 No
CIP 70.24, CIP 68.38 4 No
CIP 70.10, CIP 70.21 5 No
CIP 54.97 6 No
CIP 53.79 7 No
CIP 64.1 8 No

aCIP, strains from the Collection de l’Institut Pasteur (Paris, France); UR, clinical strains from Unité des Rickettsies.

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