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Synonyms for Bacteroides

type genus of Bacteroidaceae

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16 2-Grams negative Bacteroides ovatus 3 2-parasite Entamoeba gingivalis 53 Trichomonas tenax 27 Entamoeba coli 2 Iodamoeba butschlii 1 Chilomastix mesnili 1 Giardia lambelia 1 3-Yeast Candida albicans 34
Microbiologia del absceso cerebral segun las condiciones predisponentes (Mandell, 2009) Factores predisponentes Microorganismos comunmente aislados Otitis media o mastoiditis Streptococos (anaerobios o aerobios), Bacteroridesy Prevotella spp., Enterobacterias Sinusitis frontoetmoidal o Streptococos, Bacteroides spp., esfenoidal Enterobacterias, Staphylococcus Aureus, Haemophilus spp Infeccion dental Fusobacterium mixtas, Prevotella, Actinomyces y Bacteroides spp., Streptococus Trauma penetrante o post S.
Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Five molecular targets were assayed using real-time PCR including human waste biomarkers (Bacteroides 16S rRNA [Bacteroides HF183] [Bernhard & Field, 2000; Haugland et al., 2010] and Bacteroides hypothetical human-specific protein [Bacteroides HumM2] [Shanks et al., 2009]) and animal waste biomarkers (mitochondrial cytochrome b of dog and deer hosts [Schill & Mathes, 2008] and the mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase subunits 5 and 2 of cat and avian hosts [Caldwell & Levine, 2009]).
The association of Bacteroides the taiotaomicron and Methanobrevibacter smithii increased the metabolic activity of germ-free colonized mice.
The study was carried out on stools of breast-fed infants with different genetic risk of CD (low and high); it showed that high-risk infants had a higher prevalence of Bacteroides vulgatus, whereas low-risk infants had higher population of B.
Bacteroides species were identified in samples 1, 5, 6, 15, 18, and 20.
(3) Historical but outmoded names include Bacteroides corrodens and HB-1.
'The lower abundance of Bacteroides among the C-section infants may be a contributing factor to the observed differences in the Th1-associated chemokines.'
The Bacteroides fragilis group consists of species of obligate anaerobic bacteria that inhabit the human gut.
Organisms within the four phyla were further divided into the following genera: Citrobacter (22%), Enterobacter (19%), Parabacteroides (11%), Bacteroides (15%), Clostridia (7%), Akkermansia (7%), Aeromonas (4%), Robinsoniella (4%), Dorea (4%), and unknown Clostridiales (7%) (Fig 1).
The most common pathogen isolated was Escherichia coli, followed by Bacteroides fragilis.
marker found in Bacteroides, another type of fecal bacteria.
Table 1: Species composition of biofilm microflora in research and control groups patients on admission Research group (n=25) Microorganisms Qty of [DELTA]n C% Pi strains Anaerobic bacteria Bacteroides spp 1 4.0 3.57 Peptostreptococci -- -- -- Aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria E.