Rickettsiales An order of Gram-negative bacteria, most of which are obligately parasitic (see PARASITISM) and can multiply only inside the cells of a living host under natural conditions, although some can be cultivated in cell-free media in the laboratory. Some can cause disease. There are 3 families.
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