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Legionella strains of the same species and serogroup are known to cause Legionnaires' disease (a potentially fatal atypical pneumonia) or Pontiac fever (a mild, flu-like disease), but the bacterial… Continue Reading
Legionella oakridgensis occasionally causes pneumonia in humans. We report here the characteristic morphology of intracellular microcolonies of L. oakridgensis OR-10 in infected epithelial cells. By… Continue Reading
Legionella feeleii is a Gram-negative pathogenic bacterium that causes Pontiac fever and pneumonia in humans. When L. feeleii serogroup 1 (ATCC 35072) was cultured on BCYE agar plates, two types of… Continue Reading
Gram-negative bacterium Legionella is able to proliferate intracellularly in mammalian host cells and amoeba, which became known in 1976 since they caused a large outbreak of pneumonia. It had been… Continue Reading