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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Flavobacterium odoratum causa celulitis (Bachuran et al.
Recurrent cellulitis and bacteremia caused by Flavobacterium odoratum.
3) Flavobacterium odoratum (3) Pseudomonas luteola (2) (3) Pseudomonas maltophila (2) (2) Pseudomonas paucimobilis (3) Pseudomonas vesicularis (4) Rhanella aquatilis (2) Serratia liquefaciens (2) Serratia marcescens (2) Sphingobacterium spp.
aeruginosa CRFY1, and Flavobacterium odoratum CRLY from the stream site utilized the oil.