Citrobacter farmeri

Citrobacter farmeri

a species formerly called C. amalonaticus biogroup; primarily found in human feces.
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On the other hand, the isolate UPMR17 matches with the Citrobacter farmeri strain with 98% similarity.
Another species, the Citrobacter farmeri should be considered as a possible cause of fatal meningitis in cancer patients (38).
The isolates consisted of E.coli 78 (71.6%), Klebsiella pneumoniae 21 (19.3%), Klebsiella oxytoca 2 (1.8%), Enterobacter cloacae 3 (1.8%), Citrobacter farmeri 2 (1.8%), Citrobacter brakaii 1 (0.9%), Rauoltella ornitholytica 1 (0.9%), and Serratia fonticola 1 (0.9%).
Entre otros germenes, se encontro Citrobacter farmeri, Enterobacter aerogenes y Pseudomona fluorescens.