Arcobacter

Arcobacter

(ar'kō-bak'ter),
A genus of bacteria in the family Campylobacteraceae that are gram-negative, aerotolerant, and able to grow at 15°C. The type strain is Arcobacter butzleri.

Ar·co·bac·ter

(ahr'kō-bak'tĕr)
A genus of bacteria in the family Campylobacteraceae that is gram negative, aerotolerant, and able to grow at 15°C. The type strain is A. butzleri.
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Prevalence and distribution of Arcobacter species in various sources in Turkey and molecular analysis of isolated strains by ERIC-PCR.
They describe the application of bacteriophages as an agent against foodborne pathogens, Arcobacter sp.
2016b), whereas pathogenic Arcobacter was associated with moribund oyster hemolymph (Lokmer & Wegner 2015).
A PCR-DGGE method for detection and identification of Campylobacter, Helicobacter, Arcobacter and related Epsilobacteria and its application to saliva samples from humans and domestic pets.
Pathogenic Vibrio, Aeromonas and Arcobacter spp associated with copepods in the Straits of Messina (Italy).
* Prevalence of Arcobacter Species among Humans, Belgium, 2008-2013
Mandrell, "Detection and genotyping of Arcobacter and Campylobacter isolates from retail chicken samples by use of DNA oligonucleotide arrays," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
Nachamkin, "Campylobacter and arcobacter," in Manual of Clinical Microbiology, M.
Spectrum of dominated bacteria is significantly enriched by genera Pelobacter, Pseudomonas, Arcobacter, Syntrophus, Syntrophobacter, Bacteroides, and Clostridium and two acetoclastic methanogens (Methanosarcina and Methanothermobacter).
Arcobacter cryaerophilus strain A 169/B (band 12) and Sunxiuqinia faeciviva strain JAM-BA0302 (band 5) were detected in all samples as carbohydrate- and protein-degrading microorganism, respectively [24, 25].
The bacteria belonging to Proteobacteria include 13 genera: Agrobacterium, Comamonas, Lampropedia, Janthinobacterium, Arcobacter, Shewanella, Gluconacetobacter, Providencia, Serratia, Halomonas, Acinetobacter, Pseudomonas and Wohlfahrtiimonas.