Vibrionaceae


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Vib·ri·o·na·ce·ae

(vĭb′rē-ō-nā′sē-ē′)
n.
A family of gram-negative, rod-shaped, facultatively anaerobic bacteria that have flagella and are usually motile and are found in fresh or sea water and, occasionally, in fish and humans.
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microbiota diversity was reduced more than 60% and Vibrionaceae and Clostridiaceae increased over Ignavibacteriaceae and Erysipelotrichaceae).
Cabe destacar que estos parametros fisicoquimicos del agua del Lago de Maracaibo son apropiados para el desarrollo de bacterias de la familia Vibrionaceae, haciendo asi posible la presencia de una variedad de especies; estos parametros de crecimiento consisten en: temperatura 29[grados]C-31[grados]C, pH 6,5 -8,6; salinidad entre 2 y 5 UPS y en cuanto al oxigeno su comportamiento es variable condicionado al desarrollo de bacterias aerobicas o anaerobicas [4, 8, 9, 27].
So far, a total of 93 compounds have been isolated from Vibrionaceae [28].
Because microbiology labs may not have personnel or appropriate supplies to detect members of the Vibrionaceae family, specimens in question are usually referred to public-health labs for complete identification.
The API 20E system is indeed considered an acceptable method for the identification of the more commonly-occurring members of the family Vibrionaceae (17,18), even if there are very few reports expressly concerned with the ability of commercial systems to identify members of the genus Vibrio (19).
Para la recuperacion de microorganismos de la familia Vibrionaceae, en las muestras provenientes del segundo tubo de Cary Blair se efectuo un pre-enriquecimiento por 4 horas en agua peptonada alcalina pH 8.
El estudio de las bacterias pertenecientes a las familias Vibrionaceae y Aeromonadaceae se realizo siguiendo los esquemas de Janda y col.
Further biochemical analysis with the Vitek Gram-Negative Identification Card (Becton Dickinson), used in conjunction with the VITEK system for the automated identification of microorganisms of the family Enterobacteriaceae, as well as a select group of glucose-nonfermenting gram-negative bacteria and members of the Vibrionaceae family, identified the organism as V vulnificus with 98% certainty.
Infection References Dermatologic (76-93) Vibrio cholerae non-01 Other vibrionaceae Mycobacterium marinum Erysipelothrix rhusopathiae Cercarial dermatitis Sea lice Algal dermatitis Gastrointestinal (32,58,76,88-90,94,95) Vibrio cholerae Other vibrionaceae Salmonella typhi Entamoeba histolytica Giardia lamblia Respiratory (88,89,96) Other vibrionaceae Francisella philomiragia Sepsis (32,77,79,88-90,97,98) Other vibrionaceae Francisella philomiragia Erysipelothrix rhusopathiae
Virgin -- 0 0 -- -- Islands Vibriosis (Any species of the family Vibrionaceae, other than toxigenic Vibrio cholerae O1 or O139) ([section]9) Confirmed Current Previous 52 weeks Reporting area week Med Max Cum Cum 2017 2016 United States 3 20 84 1,180 1,114 New England -- 2 12 132 101 Connecticut -- 0 5 36 17 Maine -- 0 2 7 7 Massachusetts -- 1 6 70 62 New Hampshire -- 0 1 7 5 Rhode Island -- 0 5 10 10 Vermont -- 0 1 2 -- Mid.