Dichelobacter nodosus | definition of Dichelobacter nodosus by Medical dictionary
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a bacterial species that causes foot rot in sheep and goats; it can be found in the human intestinal tract and has been associated with human infections; this organism has many properties different from other species of Bacteroides, and its final classification is uncertain.
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Prevalence of ovine footrot in the tropical climate of southern India and isolation and characterisation of Dichelobacter nodosus
Identificacao e isolamento do Dichelobacter nodosus
e do Fusobacterium necrophorum de bovinos portadores de pododermatite, relacoes com a etiopatogenia, dados edafoclimaticos e avaliacao do tratamento [dissertacao].
Motility is linked to increased virulence in bacteria such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Dichelobacter nodosus
; however, whether motility plays a role in the virulence of A.
Little is known about how the bacterium, dichelobacter nodosus
, survives on the sheep or in the environment and this project aims to investigate the infection in order to advise farmers on control.