Delftia acidovorans

(redirected from Pseudomonas indoloxidans)

Delf·tia ac·id·o·vor·ans

(delf'shē-ă as'id-ō-vōr'anz)
Aerobic, non-spore-forming, gram-negative bacilli found in the environment (e.g., soil, water) and on plants including fruits and vegetables; reported as agent of bacteremia, intravenous drug use-related endocarditis, and acute suppurative otitis.