aeromonad

aer·o·mo·nad

(ār-ō-mō'nad),
A vernacular term used to refer to any member of the genus Aeromonas.

aer·o·mo·nad

(ār'ō-mō'nad)
Any of a group of bacterial species that belong to the genus Aeromonas.
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Virulence potential and antibiotic susceptibility patterns of motile Aeromonad associated with fresh water ornamental fish culture systems: A possible threat to public health".
hydrophila promotes the motile aeromonad septicaemia disease that has prompt uncountable economic losses in marine and freshwater aquaculture (Kesarcodi-Watson et al.
Aeromonas hydrophila is a gram negative, an opportunistic and zoonatically important primary fish pathogen which is the causative agent of bacterial hemorrhagic septicemia (motile aeromonad septicemia) (Austin and Austin, 1999; Chu and Lu, 2005).
4,8) More than 90% of aeromonad strains, however, are susceptible to third-generation cephalosporins, aminoglycosides, and fluoroquinolones.
Because many clinical laboratories are unable to perform precise identification, many aeromonad isolates are reported as A.
Virulence potential and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of motile aeromonads associated with freshwater ornamental fish culture systems: a possible threat to public health.
Antibiotic and heavy metal resistance in motile aeromonads and pseudomonads from rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) farms in Australia.
Virulence of Aeromonads is considered to be multifactorial including cytotonic heat-labile (alt), and cytotonic heat-stable enterotoxins (ast), cytotoxic heat-labile enterotoxin (act), hemolysin (hly), aerolysin (aei), flagella A and flagella B (fla), lipase (lip), elastase (ela), serine protease (ser), and DNases (exu) [8].
Nosocomial outbreaks associated with aeromonads have been reported.