Vibrio metschnikovii

Vib·ri·o metsch·ni·ko·'vi·i

a bacterial species causing acute enteric disease in chickens and other avian species; also isolated from human stool.
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Clinical manifestations and molecular epidemiology of five cases of diarrhoea in children associated with Vibrio metschnikovii in Arequipa, Peru.
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Vibrio metschnikovii bacteremia in a patient with cholecystitis.
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Vibrio metschnikovii among diarrheal patients during cholera epidemic in Recife.
To the Editor: Vibrio metschnikovii is a gram-negative, oxidase-negative bacillus.
Characterization, taxonomy, and emended description of Vibrio metschnikovii. Int J Syst Bacteriol.
Characterization of Vibrio metschnikovii and Vibrio gazogenes by DNA-DNA hybridization and phenotype.
Mixed bacteremia with Vibrio metschnikovii in a 83-year-old female patient.