Ewingella

Ewingella

(yū'in-gel'ă),
Newly named genus of bacteria (family Enterobacteriaciae) that are usually motile, produce acid but not gas from glucose, use citrate as a carbon source, and do not produce hydrogen sulfide on triple sugar; the type species is Ewingella americana, found in the human respiratory tract and recovered from cases of septicemia, usually in association with polymicrobial sepsis.
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In CF14, Ewingella americana, was reported in low abundance.
Ewingella americana: recurrent pseudobacteremia from a persistent environmental reservoir.
Whereas, ZP-F10, ZP-F16 and ZP-F18 were homologous to Klebsiella veriicola, Brevibacillus laterosporus, Ewingella americana respectively.
ZP-F18 displayed 99% homology not only with Ewingella americana (JX129169.
Therefore, it was inferred that in addition to Bacillus subtilis, other bacterial strains like Klebsiella veriicola, Brevibacillus laterosporus, Ewingella americana, Klebsiella oxytoca and Providencia vermicola also displayed characteristic enzymatic activities.
Asi mismo, es muy importante la correlacion clinica ante el aislamiento de Cedecea, ya que en algunos casos no ha sido claro su papel etiologico y es clasificada dentro de los nuevos generos de enterobacterias oportunistas, junto a cepas como Tatumella, Rahnella, Kluyvera y Ewingella, y es fundamental definir un manejo antibiotico adecuado por su alto perfil de resistencia a multiples antibioticos.
sakazakii, Salmonella arizonae, Citrobacter freundii, Ewingella americana, Klebsiella oxytoca, K.
Varios autores han reportado algunos microorganismos como las bacterias acido lacticas, enterobacterias psicrotolerantes como Hafnia, Enterobacter, Serratia, Rahnella y Ewingella, en recuentos de [10.
1]), with only one species present, Ewingella americana Grimont et al.
The TC Ewingella americana--also found solely inside the barnacles--is the only species of the genus in Family Enterobacteriaceae, first described from clinical specimens (Grimont et al.
A maioria (161) das bacterias gram-negativas foi identificada a especie: Pseudomonas fluorescens (94), Pseudomonas putida (tres), Aeromonas hydrophila (20), Aeromonas sobria (uma), Aeromonas caviae (uma), Burkholderia cepacia (12), Klebsiella oxytoca (10), Ewingella americana (sete), Hafnia alvei (sete), Chryseomonas luteola (tres), Alcaligenes feacalis (uma), Methylobacterium mesophilicum (uma), Sphingomonas paucimobilis (uma).
Dos 48 isolados, atribuidos a sete generos desta familia (Pantoea, Klebsiella, Ewingella, Hafnia, Serratia, Yersinia e Enterobacter), nenhum apresentou atividade proteolitica a 4[grados]C, seis apresentaram a 7[grados]C e dez apresentaram a 10[grados]C e 21[grados]C.