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of E. chaffeensis in a monocyte recovered from the bone marrow of
a patient from Southern Illinois. The patient was HIV-positive and
spent much time in wooded areas. (1000X oil)
Submitted by: Joan E. Barenfanger, M.D., Memorial Medical
Center, Springfield, IL
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