Levaditi

Le·va·di·ti

(lev'ă-dē'tē),
Constantin, Romanian bacteriologist in Paris, 1879-1928. See: Levaditi stain.
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Rat bite fever is an infectious bacterial disease caused by Streptobacillus moniliformis Levaditi, Nicolau, and Poincloux (Fusobacterales: Fusobacteriaceae) and Spirillum minus Carter (Spirochaetales: Spirillaceae) and transmitted mostly through bites and scratches from rats and mice.