Edwardsiella tarda

Edwardsiella tarda

Microbiology An enterobacter which infects post-traumatic wounds, linked to aquatic accidents Clinical Extraintestinal infections, liver abscesses, mild gastroenteritis
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Even among bacterial pathogens, gram's(-) bacterial pathogens are the dominant pathogens which include Escherichia coli, Shigella dysenteriae, Edwardsiella tarda, Vibrio cholera and Salmonella [6,7].
Francis, "Edwardsiella tarda septicemia with underlying multiple liver abscesses," Malaysian Journal of Pathology, vol.
In Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) immunized with a recombinant protein of Edwardsiella tarda mixed to FIA, AIOH or aluminum phosphate (13), higher antibody titers were observed in fish vaccinated with the aluminum-adjuvanted antigen, but the survival rate was higher in fish immunized with antigen mixed to FIA.
En el pais, los estudios sobre patologias bacterianas en tilapias son escasos; sin embargo, durante los anos 2009 y 2010 se registraron brotes producidos por Edwardsiella tarda en una piscigranja de la region Lima (Mateo et al., 2011).
Edwardsiella tarda associated subcutaneous abscesses in a captive grass snake (Natrix natrix, Squamata: Colubridae).
Although many species of bacteria have been isolated from marine wounds, superficial soft tissue and invasive infections following marine injuries and exposures are most commonly caused by a small number of bacterial species, including Aeromonas hydrophila, Edwardsiella tarda, Erysipelartx rhusiopathiae, Mycobacterium marinurn, and Vibrio vulnificus.
Fish pathogens used in the experiment included Aeromonas hydrophila (BCRC13018), Edwardsiella tarda (BCRC10670), and Photobacterium damselae subsp.
Sun, "Regulation of autoinducer 2 production and luxS expression in a pathogenic Edwardsiella tarda strain," Microbiology, vol.
The bacteria used for challenge test were obtained as a reference pathogenic strain of Edwardsiella tarda (FSW910410).
Edwardsiella tarda is a Gram-negative bacterium of the family Enterobacteriaceae.