Neisseriaceae

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Neisseriaceae

 [ni-se″re-a´se-e]
a family of parasitic bacteria (order Eubacteriales).

Neisseriaceae

/Neis·se·ri·a·ceae/ (ni-sēr″e-a´se-e) a family of parasitic bacteria (order Eubacteriales).

Neisseriaceae

[nī′serē·ā′si·ē]
Etymology: Albert L.S. Neisser
a family of four genera of gram-negative aerobic cocci and rod-shaped bacteria occurring singly or in pairs, chains, or clusters. They are saprophytic or parasitic. The genera are Actinobacter, Kingella, Moraxella, and Neisseria.

Neisseriaceae

(nīs-sē″rē-ā′sē-ē)
A family of bacteria that are spherical, gram-negative, and nonmotile.
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