Serratia


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Synonyms for Serratia

a genus of motile peritrichous bacteria that contain small Gram-negative rod

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Mortality Rates Among Serratia Bacteremia: and Control Group Patients Receiving Appropriate or Inappropriate Antibiotic Therapy
For example, the hydrophobic pigment, prodigiosin, of Serratia marcescens has been shown to increase adhesion of the cells to hydrocarbons (Rosenberg 1984) as well as has the serraphobin outer surface protein of this organism (Bar-Ness & Rosenberg 1989).
In San Francisco, where the Army sprayed the microorganism Serratia marcescens, 11 people contracted diseases associated with the germ during a five-month period following a test in 1950, according to court papers from a 1981 suit against the government.
This was the first instance where Serratia marcescens or Candida tropicalis have been linked to the disease in humans.
Morphology, colony characters and biochemical tests were indicative of Serratia marcescens.
Serratia species: These bacteria often possess fungicidal properties, but are facultatively associate with insect (Lamelas et al.
aureus was isolated with a considerably low rate in blood cultures in our unit, Serratia spp.
To the Editor: We read with great interest the retrospective case series by A Madide and J Smith,'1' describing brain ultrasound (US) findings of neonates with Serratia marcescens hospital-acquired infections.
com/articles/s41598-017-00893-3) the open-access paper , titled "Fungal volatile compounds induce production of the secondary metabolite Sodorifen in Serratia plymuthica PRI-2C," that bacteria and fungi respond to each other.
Los generos de importancia veterinaria son Citrobacter, Edwardsiella, Enterobacter, Escherichia, Hafnia, Morganella, Proteus, Salmonella, Serratia y Shigella (Quinn et al.
Klebsiella, Acinetobacter and Serratia was isolated from one case each.
Key words: Nitrogen, Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA0, Pseudomonas putida, Tomato, Serratia sp.