Symptoms of rabbit fever
include swollen glands and skin ulcers, and Type A symptoms most commonly resemble pneumonia, indicating that the infection was picked up in the environment.
In one example, the team detected relatives of Francisella tularensis, a naturally occurring bacterium that causes tularemia, also known as rabbit fever
, and a potent bacterium considered to be a possible candidate for a bioterror weapon.
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Tularemia, also known as rabbit fever
or deer-fly fever, is caused by the gram-negative intracellular pathogen Francisella tularensis (1).
Humans can contract the potentially life-threatening disease, commonly known as rabbit fever
or deerfly fever, by coming into contact with infected animal tissue or from tick, mosquito and deerfly bites.