Pasteurellaceae


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Pasteurellaceae

a family of gram negative, facultatively anaerobic, rod-shaped bacteria that are mostly commensals of mucosal surfaces but are capable of causing opportunistic infectin and disease. Includes the genera Haemophilus, Actinbacillus, Pasteurella (hence sometimes called the HAP group) and Mannheimia.
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Demuth, QseBC, a two-component bacterial adrenergic receptor and global regulator of virulence in enterobacteriaceae and pasteurellaceae, Mol.
Prevalence of taxa of Pasteurellaceae among populations of healthy captive psittaeine birds.
Klyma (2007) comparo cepas de esta especie con cepas de la familia Pasteurellaceae provenientes de hisopado nasal de bovinos, donde la tecnica BOX-PCR fue capaz de colocar correctamente en clusters todas las especies de Mannheimia.
A cladogram representation of the microbiota structure of the two groups and their predominant bacteria was performed by LEfSe [Figure 3], showing significantly higher level of Blautia in T1DM group, whereas the levels of Haemophilus , Lachnospira , Intestinimonas , Dialister , Micrococcales , Pasteurellaceae , and Caulobacterales were remarkable lower than those in control group.
Los agentes bacterianos involucrados en la ERB son en su gran mayoria capaces de colonizar el tracto respiratorio superior de animales sanos (1,9,18), siendo los microorganismos de la familia Pasteurellaceae los mas frecuentemente involucrados.
The identified microorganisms were classified according to their morphological, tinctorial and biochemical pattern in species belonging to the families Enterobacteriaceae, Enterococcaceae, Streptococcaceae, Moraxellaceae, Aerococcaceae, Aeromonadaceae, Micrococcaceae, Pasteurellaceae, Pseudomonadaceae, Sphingomonadaceae, Burkholderiaceae and Dermacoccaceae.
Bovine respiratory disease: efficacy of different prophylactic treatments in veal calves and antimicrobial resistance of isolated Pasteurellaceae.
INTRODUCTION: Pasteurella canis is a Gram-negative, nonmotile, penicillin-sensitive coccobacillus belonging to the Pasteurellaceae family.
Phylogeny of 54 representative strains of species in the family pasteurellaceae as determined by comparison of 16s rRNA sequences.
Other Pasteurellaceae, particularly Bibersteinia trehalosi and Pasteurella multocida, have been more frequently isolated from pneumonia-affected animals during natural outbreaks than has M.
Bacteria in the family Pasteurellaceae act as opportunistic pathogens in the upper respiratory tract of wild and domestic ruminants, and are the most commonly identified infectious agents for respiratory diseases in bighorn sheep (Jaworski et al.