EHRLICHIOSES AND ANAPLASMOSIS

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Four distinct Ehrlichia species, two Anaplasma species, and one Neoehrlichia species—all obligately intracellular organisms—are transmitted by ticks to humans and cause infections that can be severe and prevalent.

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Four distinct Ehrlichia species, two Anaplasma species, and one Neoehrlichia species—all obligately intracellular organisms—are transmitted by ticks to humans and cause infections that can be severe and prevalent.

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