Hafnia


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Hafnia

[′haf·ne·ə]
(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Enterobacteriaceae; motile rods that can utilize citrate as the only source of carbon.
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Upon delivery of these new vessels, Hafnia Tankers will operate a fleet of 29 vessels on the water (23 owned and 6 time chartered-in) with another 14 vessels under construction to be delivered in 2015 and 2016.
ebena from July 2006 were Hafnia alvei and Aeromonas sobria, whereas from September 2008 the predominant bacteria were Enterobacter spp.
monocytogenes against a background of other Listeria species, Salmonella, Escherichia, Bacillus, Pseudomonas, Serratia, Hafnia, Enterobacter, Citrobacter and Lactobacillus.
Streptococcus pneumoniae, MSKNS (metisilin sensitif koagulaz negatif Staphylococcus), Aeromonas spp, Morganella morganii, Hafnia alvei) mikroorganizmalar saptanmistir.
coli strains used as controls were EDL933 (O157:H7, stx1, stx2, ehxA, eae), Ec 10-407 (EAST, LT, STIa, [beta]-glu), and Hafnia alvei (negative control).
Hafnia were Graeme Sharp and Kevin Ratcliffe, JVC meant Charlie Nicholas or Kenny Sansom, and Holsten could only mean Glenn Hoddle.
Chromosomal ampC enzymes are seen in organisms such as Citrobacter freundii, Enterobacter cloacae, Morganella morganii, Hafnia alvei and Serratia marcescens and are typically inducible by [beta]-lactam antibiotics such as cefoxitin and imipenem but poorly induced (if at all) by the third- or fourth-generation cephalosporins (2).
19) See Freedberg's "The Problem of Images in Northern Europe and its Repercussions in the Netherlands," Hafnia, Copenhagen Papers in the History of Art (1976): 229-45; Iconoclasts and their Motives (Maarsen, 1985); and "Art and Iconoclasm, 1525-1580: The Case of the Northern Netherlands," in Kunst voor de Beeldenstorm: Noordnederlandse Kunst 1525-1580, ed.
Endogenous endophthalmitis due to Salmonella arizonae and Hafnia alvei.
Genus Cipro Eryth Tetra 1 Acinetobacter + - + 2 Alcaligenes + - - 3 Burkholderia + - - 4 Campylobacter + + + 5 Chryseobacterium + - - 6 Citrobacter + - + 7 Clostridium - + + 8 Enterobacter + - + 9 Enterococcus + + + 10 Escherichia + - + 11 Hafnia + - + 12 Klebsiella + - + 13 kluyvera + - + 14 Legionella + + - 15 listeria + - + 16 Morganella + - + 17 Pasteurella + + + 18 Profeus + - + 19 Providencia + - - 20 Pseudomonas + - + 21 Raouitella + - + 22 Salmonella + - + 23 Serratia + _ + 24 Staphylococcus + + + 25 Stenotrophomonas + - + 26 Streptococcus + + + 27 Yersinia + - + Abbreviations: Cipro, ciprofloxacin; Eryth, erythromycin; Tetra, tetracycline.
Sharing of virulence-associated properties at the phenotypic and genetic levels between enteropathogenic Escherichia coli and Hafnia alvei.
Influence of environmental conditions on biofilm formation by Hafnia alvei strains," 129: 150-155.