Bordetella hinzii

Bordetella hinzii

a newly described bacterial species isolated from a few human blood cultures and respiratory secretions, as well as from poultry respiratory secretions.

Bor·de·tel·la hin·zi·i

(bōr-dĕ-tel'ă hīn'zē-ī)
A bacterial species isolated from a few human blood cultures and respiratory secretions, as well as from poultry respiratory secretions.
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Opportunistic Pulmonary Bordetella hinzii Infection after Avian Exposure
Bordetella hinzii bacteria cause respiratory infections in J-J birds and have been isolated from rodents on rare occasions (1,2).
Strain-specific virulence of Bordetella hinzii in poultry.
Chronic cholangitis caused by Bordetella hinzii in a liver transplant recipient.
Characteristics of Bordetella hinzii strains isolated from a cystic fibrosis patient over a 3-year period.
Comparison of ribotyping and restriction enzyme analysis for inter- and intraspecies discrimination of Bordetella avium and Bordetella hinzii.
Prevalence of Bordetella hinzii in mice in experimental facilities in Japan.
A UK clinical isolate of Bordetella hinzii from a patient with myelodysplastic syndrome.
Bordetella hinzii septicemia in association with Epstein-Barr virus viremia and an Epstein-Barr virus-associated diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.
In 1995, Bordetella hinzii was isolated from poultry and 2 patients in the United States and France (7).
Study of a Bordetella hinzii isolate from a laboratory mouse.
Funke G, Hess T, von Graevenitz A, Vandamme R Characteristics of Bordetella hinzii strains isolated from a cystic fibrosis patient over a 3-year period.