More than 95% of Bacteroides
fragilis are susceptible to metronidazole.
Primary meningitis caused by Bacteroides
fragilis and Fusobacterium necrophorum.
Wills and Vernon, 1981 (1) Bacteroides
melaninogenicus; Stenotrophomonas maltophilla; alpha-hemolytic streptococci 2.
Among the dominant genera, Leuconostoc, Bacillus and Atopostipes of Bacilli class (Firmicutes), Peptoniphilus and Ruminococcaceae_uc of Clostridia class (Firmicutes), Bacteroides
of Bacteroidia class (Bacteroidetes), and Pseudomonas of Proteobacteria class (Proteobacteria) were lower (p < 0.
0 3 0 Anaerobes Bacteroides
fragilis 0 2 0 Bacteroides
thetaiotaomicron 0 3 0 Bacteroides
uniformis 0 7 0 Bacteroides
distasonis 0 1 0 Clostridium perfringens 6 0 0 Other Clostridium spp.
In a paper published in the journal Cell Systems, researchers at MIT unveil a series of sensors, memory switches, and circuits that can be encoded in the common human gut bacterium Bacteroides
Mice that lacked the AhR gene underwent marked changes in their gut microbial populations, with a decrease in Firmicutes species and an increase in Bacteroides
Bloodstream infection with Oligella ureolytica, Candida krusei, and Bacteroides
species in a patient with AIDS.
species are a major cause of anaerobic infections, and though they are part of a healthy human gut flora, when these bacteria escape the gut, they can cause bacteremia and abscess formation.
Microbial source tracking using Bacteroides
gene targets and mitochondrial DNA has been reported to identify human (Haugland et al.
The bacterium Bacteroides
thetaiotomicron is almost exclusively found in the human gut.
fragilis, Campylobacter spp.
The remaining organisms recovered were Staphylococcus aureus (2), coagulase-negative staphylococci (2), Bacteroides
fragilis (1), Proteus mirabilis (1), Klebsiella pneumoniae (1), Streptococcus pneumoniae (1), Enterococcus faecalis (1), Propionibacterium acnes (1), and Capnocytophaga canimorsus (1) (Table 1).
bacteria, which are associated with eating meat, increased in abundance in human guts to five times the level found in apes.
Human Bacteroidetes ID - Target: Bacteroides