Pfeifferella

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Pfeifferella

(fī'fĕr-el'lă),
An obsolete genus of bacteria, the type species of which, Pfeifferella mallei, formerly was placed in the genus Actinobacillus and now is in the genus Pseudomonas.
[R. F. J. Pfeiffer]

Pfeifferella

An obsolete genus name [bergey's]. Many of the organisms were transferred to Moraxella, Pseudomonas and others.

Pfeiffer,

Richard F.J., German physician, 1858-1945.
Pfeifferella - an obsolete genus of bacteria.
Pfeiffer bacillus - a species found in the respiratory tract that causes acute respiratory infection, acute conjunctivitis, bacterial meningitis, and purulent meningitis. Synonym(s): Haemophilus influenzae
Pfeiffer blood agar - solid agar, with a few drops of human blood smeared on the surface.
Pfeiffer phenomenon - bacteriolysis.
Pfeiffer syndrome - Synonym(s): type V acrocephalosyndactyly

Pfeifferella

a bacterial name no longer in use.

Pfeifferella anatipestifer
see Riemerellaanatipestifer.
Pfeifferella mallei
see burkholderiamallei.