Bordetella hinzii

Bordetella hinzii

a newly described bacterial species isolated from a few human blood cultures and respiratory secretions, as well as from poultry respiratory secretions.

Bor·de·tel·la hin·zi·i

(bōr-dĕ-tel'ă hīn'zē-ī)
A bacterial species isolated from a few human blood cultures and respiratory secretions, as well as from poultry respiratory secretions.
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In 1995, Bordetella hinzii was isolated from poultry and 2 patients in the United States and France (7).
Application of 16S rRNA gene sequencing to identify Bordetella hinzii as the causative agent of fatal septicemia.
Chronic cholangitis caused by Bordetella hinzii in a liver transplant recipient.
A UK clinical isolate of Bordetella hinzii from a patient with myelodysplastic syndrome.
Characteristics of Bordetella hinzii strains isolated from a cystic fibrosis patient over a 3-year period.
Comparison of ribotyping and restriction enzyme analysis for inter- and intraspecies discrimination of Bordetella avium and Bordetella hinzii.
Prevalence of Bordetella hinzii in mice in experimental facilities in Japan.
Funke G, Hess T, von Graevenitz A, Vandamme R Characteristics of Bordetella hinzii strains isolated from a cystic fibrosis patient over a 3-year period.