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predator or prey? chlamydophila abortus infections of a free-living amoebae, acanthamoeba castellani 9gu.limited evidence exists to suggest that the ability to invade and escape protozoan host cell bactericidal activity extends to members of the chlamydiaceae, intracellular pathogens of humans and animals and evolutionary descendants of amoeba-resisting chlamydia-like organisms. pcr and microscopic analyses of chlamydophila abortus infections of acanthamoeba castellani revealed uptake of this chlamydial pathogen but, unlike the well-described inhabitant of a. castellani, parachlamydia acanthamoebae ...200818467146
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