Flavobacterium odoratum

Flavobacterium odoratum

A species of gram-negative aerobes that cause nosocomial infection with variable susceptibility to beta-lactams and a decreased susceptibility to carbapenems, which has been divided into:
(1) Myroides odoratus; and
(2) Myroides odoratimimus.
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Bacteremic necrotizing fasciitis due to Flavobacterium odoratum.
Recurrent cellulitis and bacteremia caused by Flavobacterium odoratum.
Right-sided bacterial endocarditis due to Flavobacterium odoratum in a patient on chronic hemodialysis.
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AY599661 94 As4 Rhizosphere soil bacterium AJ252682 96 At1 Flavobacterium odoratum D14019 96 At2 Flavobacterium mizutaii AJ438175 94 Aa1 Flavobacterium sp.
aeruginosa CRFY1, and Flavobacterium odoratum CRLY from the stream site utilized the oil.