Herellea

Herellea

 [hĕ-rel´e-ah]
a genus of nonmotile, paired, gram-negative, enteric bacilli, including H. vagini´cola, a species causing various nosocomial infections.
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Herellea

(hĕ-rel'ē-ă),
A bacterial generic name that has been officially rejected because its type species, Herellea vaginicola, is a member of the genus Acinetobacter.
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Herellea

An obsolete term for a genus of bacteria that were transferred to Acinetobacter [bergey's].
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For the isolation of bacteria, colonies were transferred from selective solid agar (Herellea Agar, Biolife) to 5-7 mL Luria-Bertani broth (Bacto[R] LB BROTH, LENNOX, Difco Laboratories) and were grown for 1218 h at 37[degrees]C.
Infections with Acinetobacter calcoaceticus (Herellea vaginicola): clinical and laboratory studies.