Legionella longbeachae


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Le·gion·el·la long·beach·ae

a bacterial species implicated in pneumonia.

Legionella longbeachae

A species that causes sporadic cases of pneumonia and infections in immunocompromised hosts.
See also: Legionella
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The ecology of Legionella longbeachae in Australia.
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