Actinomadura

Actinomadura

 [ak″tĭ-no-mah-doo´rah]
a genus of actinomycetes including A. madu´rae, the cause of maduromycosis in which the granules in the discharged pus are white, and A. pelletier´ii, the cause of maduromycosis in which the granules are red.

Actinomadura

(ak'ti-nō-ma-dū'ră),
A genus of aerobic gram-positive, branching, nonacidfast filamentous bacteria; it may form aerial hyphae and may contain chains of up to 15 spores.
[actino- + Madura, India]

Actinomadura

/Ac·ti·no·ma·du·ra/ (-mah-doo´-rah) a genus of bacteria (family Nocardiaceae), including A. madu´rae, the cause of actinomycotic mycetoma in which the granules in the discharged pus are white, and A. pelletie´ri, the cause of actinomycotic mycetoma in which the granules are red.

Ac·ti·no·ma·du·ra

(ak'ti-nō-mă-dū'ră)
A genus of aerobic, gram-positive, non-acid-fast fungi with filaments that fragment into spores. A. pelletieri is an agent of mycetoma.
[actino- + Madura, India]

Actinomadura

a dubious genus of the Nocardiaceae family; credited with causing cutaneous granulomata in horses.
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Nocardia, Rhodococcus, Gordonia, Actinomadura, Streptomyces, and other aerobic actinomycetes.