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BREZINA: cell wall surrounding a cytoplasmic membrane. URBACH et al. (1968) obtained roughly the same results with regard to the formation of inclusions in guinea pig testes. Since Coxiella burneti may exist in phase I or II according to the phase variation phenomenon, there arises the question of a possible difference in the structure of the cell wall of these phases. In a preliminary study, NERMUT et al. (1967) did not find any difference. Insufficient data are available concerning the relationship between structure and antigenic composition of rickettsiae and regarding the chemical nature of various structural units.