Das Q-Fieber

  • R. Hengel
  • G. A. Kausche
  • A. Laur
  • K. Rabenschlag
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Part of the Ergebnisse der Inneren Medizin und Kinderheilkunde book series (KINDERHEILK. NF, volume 5)

Zusammenfassung

Alle neueren Darstellungen des Q-Fiebers und seines Erregers, der Rickettsia (Coxiella) burneti, kommen übereinstimmend zu der Auffassung, daß die syste-matische Einordnung gewissen Schwierigkeiten begegnet. Obwohl die morphologischen Erscheinungsformen dieses Krankheitserregers ihn zunächst in die Reihe der klassischen Rickettsien zu stellen schienen (39, 55), ließen die weiteren experimentellen Untersuchungsergebnisse immer mehr Zweifel an seiner eindeutigen Zugehörigkeit zu dieser Erregergruppe aufkommen (201, 118). Die Filtrierbarkeit, die Nichtzüchtbarkeit auf synthetischen Nährböden, die außerordenthche Resistenz (Glycerin, Kälte, Austrocknung), der negative Weil-Felix-Test (Proteus X-Agglutination) und auch weitere morphologische Befunde (153) geben der Rickettsia burneti zweifellos eine Sonderstellung, die in den neueren systematischen Einordnungen durch jeweils getrennte Aufführung zum Ausdruck kommt (Tab. 1). Amerikanische Autoren haben aus diesem Grund sogar die Nomenklatur geändert und bezeichnen sie heute allgemein als “Coxiella” burneti.

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  • R. Hengel
  • G. A. Kausche
  • A. Laur
  • K. Rabenschlag

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