Tularaemia bacteria, illustration

Tularaemia bacteria, illustration

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Caption: Tularaemia bacteria (Francisella tularensis), illustration. F. tularensis is Gram-negative, coccobacillus prokaryote. A zoonotic microorganism that causes tularaemia, a disease of wild rodents and rabbits that can be transmitted to humans and domesticated pets.

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