Arcobacter butzleri

Arcobacter butzleri

a bacterial species of Arcobacter found in poultry and beef; has been associated with diarrheal and systemic diseases in humans.

Ar·co·bac·ter butz·le·ri

(ahrkō-bak-tĕr būtslĕ-rī)
Formerly, Campylobacter butzleri; a bacterial species associated with diarrheal disease in humans; may cause recurring gastrointestinal illness in children.
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Outbreak of recurrent abdominal cramps associated with Arcobacter butzleri in an Italian school.
Identification by 16s ribosomal DNA gene seqencing of Arcobacter butzleri bacteraemia in a patient with acute gangrenous appendicitis.
Las especies descritas de mayor importancia son: Arcobacter butzleri, Arcobacter crioaerophilus, Arcobacter skirrowi, Arcobacter nitrofigilis, Arcobacter cibarius y Arcobacter halophilus.
If Arcobacter butzleri contaminates the water we drink or the food we eat, this pathogen could make us sick.
A little-known microbe called Arcobacter butzleri may make you sick if the water you drink or food you eat is contaminated with it.
DETECCION ESPECIFICA DE Arcobacter butzleri EN CARNE DE POLLO MEDIANTE UNA TECNICA DE PCR
If the little-known microbe Arcobacter butzleri has contaminated the water you drink or the food you eat, this troublesome pathogen could make you sick.
Por ello, el objetivo de este trabajo de investigacion ha consistido en el desarrollo de una tecnica de PCR para la deteccion e identificacion de Arcobacter butzleri en carne fresca de pollo, empleando cebadores especificos de especie disenados en un fragmento del gen 16S ARN ribosomico.
Houf K, Tutenel A, De Zutter L, Van Hoof J, Vandamme E Development of a multiplex PCR assay for the simultaneous detection and identification of Arcobacter butzleri, Arcobacter cryaerophilus and Arcobacter skirrowii.
Molecular methods applied to 2,855 strains of Campylobacter-like organisms received from a surveillance network of Campylobacter infections in France identified 29 Arcobacter butzleri infections.
During an 8-year study period, Arcobacter butzleri was the fourth most common Campylobacter-like organism isolated from 67,599 stool specimens.
upsaliensis, Arcobacter butzleri, Helicobacter fennelliae, and H.