Rickettsia aeschlimannii Infection, Algeria


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@article{Mokrani2008RickettsiaAI, title={Rickettsia aeschlimannii Infection, Algeria}, author={Nora Mokrani and Philippe Parola and Soraya Tebbal and Mokhtar Dalichaouche and Ahmed Aouati and Didier Raoult}, journal={Emerging Infectious Diseases}, year={2008}, volume={14}, pages={1814 - 1815} }