genus Mycobacterium

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nonmotile Gram-positive aerobic bacteria

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The NTMs are a group of organisms within the genus Mycobacterium (excluding M.
Though both belong to the same genus Mycobacterium, no true antagonism exists.
A multigene approach to phylogenetic analysis using the genus Mycobacterium as a model.
Phylogenetic investigations strongly supported the conclusion that an undescribed species of the genus Mycobacterium that is related to M.
As a member of the Sub-committee on Mycobacteria of the International Committee on Bacterial Taxonomy, he collaborated in the 1980 'approved list' of bacteria, which brought order into bacterial taxonomy and nomenclature in general and the genus Mycobacterium in particular.
2007) List of bacterial names with standing in nomenclature genus Mycobacterium.
His primary research interests are the phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Mycobacterium and treatment of tuberculosis and nontuberculous mycobacterial disease.
On the basis of phenotypic and genotypic data, we consider the unknown acid-fast bacillus to represent a novel species of the genus Mycobacterium, for which the name M.
Because this genus is acid fast by the Ziehl-Neelsen method, laboratory workers and clinicians must be aware that AFB seen in pulmonary specimens from cystic fibrosis patients are not necessarily from the genus Mycobacterium and may be from the genus Segniliparus.
To the Editor: Members of the genus Mycobacterium are well-established causes of granulomatous lymphadenitis in children.
To the Editor: The genus Mycobacterium contains various obligate and opportunistic pathogens of animals, which may also be transmitted to humans and cause disease in, thus exhibiting a considerable zoonotic potential (1,2).
Each DNA extract was tested by real-time PCR for the detection of the genus Mycobacterium and species M.
parafortuitum complex of the genus Mycobacterium (4).
and phenotypic data support the conclusion that M175 belongs within the genus Mycobacterium.
Towards a phylogeny and definition of species at the molecular level within the genus Mycobacterium.