Coxiella burnetii

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Cox·i·el·la bur·ne·ti·i

a bacterial species that causes Q fever in humans; it is more resistant than other rickettsiae and may be passed in aerosols as well as in living vectors. Acute pneumonia and chronic endocarditis are also associated with this species. The type species of the genus Coxiella.
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Coxiella burnetii

Infectious disease The single species of genus Coxiella, family Rickettsiaceae, a short, rod-shaped bacterium; it is global in distribution, causes Q fever, spreads by aerosol, primarily infects cattle, sheep, goats, multiplies well in the placenta, and is shed during parturition. See Q fever.
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Cox·i·el·la bur·ne·ti·i

(kok-sē-el'ă bŭr-nē'shē-ī)
A species that causes Q fever in humans. It is more resistant than other rickettsiae and may be passed in aerosols as well as living vectors. Acute pneumonia and chronic endocarditis are also associated with this species. The type species of the genus Coxiella.
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In some cases, consumers may also be at risk; for example, Coxiella burnetti, responsible for Q-fever, can be excreted in the milk of aborting goats for up to 52 days (91).
Obligate intracellular pathogens cannot survive outside of their host cells and include viruses, some bacteria (Chlamydiae, Rickettsia spp., Coxiella burnetti, Mycobacterium leprae), and protozoa.
Serum for Legionella pneumophila, Mycoplasma pneumoniae, and Coxiella burnetti serology was collected.
For example, a syndrome with similarities to ME/CFS occurs in approximately 10% of patients with a variety of viral and nonviral pathogens, such as Epstein-Barr Virus, Ross River Virus, Coxiella burnetti (Q fever), or Giardia (12).
Alternatively, Coxiella burnetti endocarditis infections only require a single positive blood culture.
Coxiella burnetti infection, also known as Q fever, was another communicable disease that should have received greater predeployment consideration.
Contaminants Organochlorines Lead Mercury Disease testing Hematology Serum biochemistry Fecal and tracheal cultures General bacterial screen Coxiella burnetti Paramyxovirus-1 Avian influenza-A Sarcocystis Mycobacterium Chlamydophila psittaci Salmonella Brachyspira Mycoplasma Adenovirus
The qPCR assays include specific chemistries for the identification of Bacillus anthracis, Francisella tularensis, Yersinia pestis, Coxiella burnetti, Brucella spp., PanOrthopox and VEE viruses.
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Coxiella burnetti Infection (Q fever): A bacterial disease occasionally associated with cats.