Rickettsia monacensis

Rickettsia monacensis

A prokaryote name with no current standing in prokaryotic nomenclature.
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Detection of Rickettsia monacensis from Ixodes nipponensis collected from rodents in Gyeonggi and Gangwon Provinces, Republic of Korea.
Algunas de ellas previamente fueron consideradas no patogenas, pero recientemente demostraron ser patogenas para humanos, tal es el caso del SFG Rickettsia slovaca, Rickettsia aeschlimannii, Rickettsia massiliae y Rickettsia monacensis en Europa (8,9).
Some of them, previously considered non-pathogenic, were recently shown to be pathogenic to humans, such as the SFG Rickettsia slovaca, Rickettsia aeschlimannii, Rickettsia massiliae, and Rickettsia monacensis in Europe (8,9).
ricinus ticks are also known to harbor spotted fever group rickettsiae, including Rickettsia monacensis, which was detected in Algeria in 2009 (4).
First description of Rickettsia monacensis in Ixodes rici nus in Algeria.
Furthermore, a few cases of human anaplasmosis and Rickettsia monacensis infection in humans have been diagnosed in Spain (1-3).
We identified Rickettsia monacensis as a cause of acute tickborne rickettsiosis in 2 humans.