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Rickettsia felis as emergent global threat for humans.
Felis had worked as a field fabricator for Ken-Weld.
felis by using an indirect immunofluorescence assay (9).
felis DNA was detected in circulating blood of asymptomatic persons (albeit more frequently in patients with mild febrile illness), Mediannikov et al.
felis occurs in Laos, and is possibly emerging, but whether it results in clinical disease or commonly causes subclinical infection is unknown.
felis, strongly supported by bootstrap values >99%; Rickettsia sp.
Several studies have assessed the effect of fastidious bacterial infections in systemic febrile illness, including Rickettsia felis (4-6), Coxiella burnetii (7), Tropheryma whipplei (3), and Borrelia spp.
felis can be cultured in mosquito cell lines derived from Anopheles gambiae and Aedes albopictus (Asian tiger) mosquitoes (2), so its compatibility with mosquitoes in nature can be suspected.
felis can also infect at least 10 other species of arthropods, including P.
felis may be the major cause of cross-reactions to TG-rickettsiae-specific and SFG-rickettsiae-specific antigens.
felis in New Zealand (3), no human infections have been reported.
clarridgeiae, Rickettsia felis, and Wolbachia pipientis in cat fleas, France.
felis, the agent of flea-borne SFG rickettsiosis, has been found in Western Australia (3), New Zealand (4), and recently in New Caledonia (5).
felis, which may produce a febrile illness in humans (8), may also circulate within these same zoonotic cycles (7,9).
felis seems to be apathogenic in cats (3) but is the agent of flea-borne spotted fever in humans (4).