Bartonella rochalimae and Other Bartonella spp. in Fleas, Chile

@inproceedings{PrezMartnez2009BartonellaRA,
  title={Bartonella rochalimae and Other Bartonella spp. in Fleas, Chile},
  author={Laura P{\'e}rez-Mart{\'i}nez and Jos{\'e} Manuel Venzal and Daniel Gonz{\'a}lez-acu{\~n}a and A Pizarro Portillo and Jos{\'e}-Ram{\'o}n Blanco and Jos{\'e} A Oteo},
  booktitle={Emerging infectious diseases},
  year={2009}
}
the exact tissue type of each sample, only that tonsils, adenoids, or both combined could be present, the 5.5% rate we found was about one third the rate found in tonsil lymphocytes and about one tenth the rate found in adenoid lymphocytes. A seasonal effect may contribute to the large discrepancies found in HBoV prevalences. Apparently, viruses can persist in tonsillar tissue well after the symptomatic phase of illness. In children with no signs of acute respiratory infection, Drago et al. (7… CONTINUE READING

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