Pasteurellaceae


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Pasteurellaceae

a family of gram negative, facultatively anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria that are mostly commensals of mucosal surfaces but are capable of causing opportunistic infectin and disease. Includes the genera Haemophilus, Actinbacillus, Pasteurella (hence sometimes called the HAP group) and Mannheimia.
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Gallibacterium anatis biovar haemolytica is a recently characterized bacterium of the Pasteurellaceae family.
Other Pasteurellaceae, particularly Bibersteinia trehalosi and Pasteurella multocida, have been more frequently isolated from pneumonia-affected animals during natural outbreaks than has M.
Pasteurellaceae were isolated and identified by using routine methods (25) and then stored at -80[degrees]C in 30% buffered glycerol in brain-heart infusion agar (Hardy Diagnostics).
Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis for Pasteurellaceae
When available, Pasteurellaceae isolated from the study animals were obtained from the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (Pullman, WA, USA).
In contrast, the PFGE strain types of Pasteurellaceae isolated from within single outbreaks ranged from 0 to 7, including 0-7 B.
ovipneumoniae (38) or by leukotoxin-expressing Pasteurellaceae (39), albeit by different mechanisms.
The bacterial family Pasteurellaceae includes important pathogens of man and animals.
Detection of tetracycline-resistant and susceptible Pasteurellaceae in the nasopharynx of loose group-housed calves.
The NucleoLink surface was applied previously to the detection of the bovine leukemia virus (11), Fusarium graminearum (21), and the Pasteurellaceae bacterial family (22) by taking advantage of the covalent linkage formed by a previously published carbodumide condensation reaction (23) between the 5'-phosphorylated oligonucleotide and a reactive group on the surface.
23 Total synthesis and configurational assignment of pasteurestin A and B, a natural product with antimicrobial acitivty on Pasteurellaceae
Potential vaccines that incorporate iron acquisition antigens of pathogens in the families Neisseriaceae and Pasteurellaceae are being developed by several [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] groups.