Bartonella schoenbuchensis Isolated from the Blood of a French Cow

  title={Bartonella schoenbuchensis Isolated from the Blood of a French Cow},
  author={J. M. Rolain and {\'E}lodie Rousset and Bernard La Scola and R. Duquesnel and Didier Raoult},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
The genus Bartonella comprises human-specific pathogens and a growing number of animal-specific species. Together with the reclassification of bacteria of the genera Rochalimea and Grahamella , 1,2 new Bartonella species have been isolated from a wide range of mammals including rodents, 3,4 rabbits, 5 cats and dogs, 6,7 and ruminants. 8 Very recently, Bartonella organisms, especially B. bovis , have been isolated from the blood of large ruminants in the United States and in France. 9,10 A new… 
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