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Rickettsia africae

Rickettsia africae is a species of Rickettsia.

It can cause African tick-bite fever.[1]

References

  1. ^ Fournier PE, El Karkouri K, Leroy Q, et al. (2009). "Analysis of the Rickettsia africae genome reveals that virulence acquisition in Rickettsia species may be explained by genome reduction". BMC Genomics 10: 166.  
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