Citrobacter braakii

Citrobacter braakii

a species formerly called C. genomospecies 6; found in human urine, stools, and wounds; in other animals; and in food.
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in samples 1033 and 1050, in which the PCR-ESI/MS identification was Citrobacter braakii.
coagulase negative) 223 (Stenotrophomonas maltophilia) PCR/ESI-MS discordance Sample ID Discordant identification 242 (Streptococcus pyogenes) 1272 (Neisseria sicca) 76 Erwinia tasmaniensis 302 Mannheimia haemolytica 1647 Mannheimia haemolytica 276 Acidothermus cellulolyticus 309 Caudatispora biapiculata 323 Bifidobacterium animalis 341 Clostridium ramnosum 482 Methylococcus capsulatus 1499 Aeromonas hydrophilia 2889 Pseudomonas entomophilia 1033 Citrobacter braakii 1050 Citrobacter braakii 30 Streptococcus pneumoniae 202 Staphylococcus aureus 2997 Moraxella nonliquifaciens (a) True identification indicates that the organism was identified by the reference standard.
8%) Table 5: The prevalence of pathogens in fish sold in Gaborone, Botswana (%) Isolates Catfish Frozen Whole tilapia Gutted tilapia tilapia Aeromonas hydrophila -- (a) -- -- 8% Citrobacter braakii 33% 54% 31% 49% Citrobacter freundii -- 29% 2% -- Enterobacter sakazakii -- 13% 40% 6% Enterobacter cloacae -- -- -- 4% Klebsiella pneuminiae -- -- -- 2% Proteus vulgaris -- -- -- 4% Proteus mirabilis -- -- -- 1% Salmonella species 31% -- 40% 22% Staphylococcus species 36% 86% 62% 41% Vibrio cholera -- -- -- 1% -- (a) signifies absence of the bacteria.
Among specific topics are chemical speciation and heavy metal mobility in contaminated marine sediments, analyzing sediment trend to support the risk assessment of unexplored explosive ordinance, and isolating tributyltin-degrading bacteria Citrobacter braakii and Enterobacter cloacae from butyltin-polluted sediment.
Citrobacter braakii refers to the genomospecies 6 of the Citrobacter freundii complex.