Citrobacter sedlakii

Citrobacter sedlakii

a species formerly called C. genomospecies 8; found in human stools, blood, and wounds.
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Of the 35 bacterial isolates, three isolates were selected for the current study, namely, Escherichia hermannii (isolate SHE), Citrobacter sedlakii (isolate S11P), and Pseudomonas putida (isolate S5).
The physicochemical properties of AgNPs obtained by different isolates, namely, Escherichia hermannii (SHE), Citrobacter sedlakii (S11P), and Pseudomonas putida (S5) were carried out using several methods such as (UV-vis) absorbance spectroscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), and zeta potential, as described below.
However, BLAST searches of the translated nonredundant nucleotide database revealed that Kluyvera species, Citrobacter sedlakii, and Klebsiella oxytoca contain close chromosomal homologs of the [bla.sub.CTX-M]s .