Rhizobium radiobacter


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Rhizobium radiobacter

(rī-zō′bē-ŭm rā″dē-ō-băk′tĕr) [″ + ″; ″ + ″]
A gram-negative rod that is a rare cause of infection in hospitalized patients, esp. those treated with plastic tubes or catheters. It has long been recognized as a plant pathogen. It has been identified as a human pathogen only in patients with cancers, critical illness, or immunosuppressing illnesses. It was formerly known as Agrobacterium radiobacter.
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However we present the first Rhizobium radiobacter FG in this case.
Exopolysaccharides produced by Rhizobium radiobacter S10 in whey and their rheological properties.
Rhizobium radiobacter was formerly known as Agrobacterium radiobacter until recently, when Agrobacterium spp.
Sample A, B, C, D, E & F of microbial strains were analyzed on the basis of their MALDI spectra as shown in fig 3 and were found to be Achromobacter denitrificans DSM 30026T DSM; Hafnia alvei 20740_1 CHB; Pantoea spp.; Rhizobium radiobacter B177 UFL, Rhizobium radiobacter DSM 30147T HAM and Spingobacterium mizutaii DSM 11724T HAM.
Kinetics and mechanism of reactive Red 141 degradation by a bacterial isolate Rhizobium radiobacter MTCC 8161.
N613 (35 kDa) [32], Streptomyces violaceus MM72 (8.96 x [10.sup.2] kDa) [26], Pseudomonas caryophylli CFR 1705 (1.1 x [10.sup.3] kDa) [28], Rhizobium radiobacter S10 (3.03 x [10.sup.3] kDa) [33] and Mitsuaria chitosanitabida strain KMBL5781 (54.7 kDa) [20].
Infective endocarditis by Rhizobium radiobacter. A case report.
A new study involving two Simon Fraser University scientists has found that Rhizobium radiobacter has on its surface sugar molecules that resemble those on the surface of HIV.
Finally, Rhizobium radiobacter is another organism we have recovered only occasionally from swabs but have detected quite often by DNA-based technology.
(2001) propusieron cambio en la nomenclatura y clasificacion taxonomica de Agrobacterium tumefaciens por Rhizobium radiobacter. Sin embargo, el nuevo nombre no se ha aceptado.
The same behavior is observed in the reference strains Rhizobium radiobacter NCPPB 2437 (Sawada et al., 1993) and R.