Arizona hinshawii

Ar·i·zo·na hin·sha·wi·i

former name for Salmonella enterica subspecies arizonae.

Arizona arizonae

The name Arizona appears to have been applied in one form or another to a group of Salmonella-like organisms since the late 1930s, according to the 7th-edition of Bergey's Manual (1957) (in which it was called Paracolobactrum arizonae).

Salmonella was usually a noted feature along with the atypical (for Salmonella) tendencies to ferment lactose and liquefy gelatin. Later names included Arizona arizonae, Arizona hinshawii and Salmonella arizonae, before being totally absorbed into the modern Salmonella scheme as two of the recognised subspecies.
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A review of the English language literature available was performed with the use of MEDLINE (National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD) to search for publications containing S arizona or Arizona hinshawii, as well as review of the citations listed as references from results of the search.
dar-es-saalam variety from Arizona," later Arizona hinshawii, and finally reclassified as Salmonella arizona in 1983.
Arizona hinshawii septicemia associated with rattlesnake powder.
Arizona hinshawii infections: New cases, antimicrobial sensitivities, and literature review.
Arizona hinshawii bacteraemia and meningitis in a child: a case report.
Pediatric osteomyelitis: Arizona hinshawii osteomyelitis.
Spontaneous Arizona hinshawii peritonitis in cirrhosis with ascites.
Arizona hinshawii infection of an atherosclerotic abdominal aorta.
Mycotic aortic pseudoaneurysm with aortoenteric fistula caused by Arizona hinshawii.
Arizona hinshawii osteomyelitis associated with a pet snake.

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